2019 isn't waiting for anyone, so the time is now to start planning for your store's best year to date.
Apple recently announced iOS 12 at their developer conference. Along with with a handful of incremental updates, there was a big emphasis on their new AR Kit.
With technologies biggest mover putting skin in the AR game, we'll begin to see more and more AR in our daily lives and eventually trickle into shopping experiences. Shopify also announced that they will bring Apple's latest AR tech to their platform and give stores new opportunities to implement AR to their products.
In the next few blog post, we're going to uncover some of the best ways to optimize your e-commerce store for checkout. A checkout flow might seem obvious to you, but it's likely harming your revenue more than you realize.
If you blinked, you might have missed it... In 2018, it's expected that United States shoppers will make over $118 billion in retail purchases on their smartphones. A stunning 66% of those purchases will occur in a mobile app.
Learn about the best ways to solicit app reviews
It’s now such common practice for users to inform their buying decisions based upon online reviews. From Yelp to Amazon and even smaller retailers - this community of reviewers has a massive influence on future buyers. When you understand this, it becomes incredibly clear that your app has to get positive reviews.
Powerful push notifications have forever changed the way brands and retailers can engage and communicate with their customers.
With Sandbox Commerce, it’s easy to send push notifications that direct users to collections, items, and other promotions
Sandbox Commerce's App Builder offers a robust set of tools that make our apps feel like a natural extension of your brand.
Small side hustles have a lot more in common with mega-brands like Red Bull, Budweiser, and Tesla Motors then you might think. The common denominator here is that they all manage their content with Shopify.
Creating a mobile app that nearly clones the mobile-browser shopping experience offers little value to consumers and business owners. E-commerce platforms like Shopify and Big Commerce have gotten so good at mobile-browser shopping, that the need to purchase items in-app is nearly non-existent.
The ticket for entry in becoming an online retailer has never been more accessible. One after another, companies like Wordpress, Squarespace, Shopify, and Instagram have brought the brilliant operations of Big Box Retailers to makers, side hustlers and early stage founders alike.