Create a Dropshipping Store with Shopify & Aliexpress (UPDATED Shopify Tutorial for 2019)

– Hey, everybody, it’s me,
Sarah, here, from Wholesale Ted. Today, I’m gonna be giving
you an updater for 2019, step-by-step tutorial on how to build a semi-automated AliExpress
dropshipping store using Shopify and Oberlo. I know that in my New Zealand accent, it sounds like I’m staying stip by stip, but really, I mean S-T-E-P by S-T-E-P. Since my last tutorial on the
subject, a lot has changed, and I mean a lot. So, even if you’ve watched
my previous tutorial videos, I’m sure that you will learn a lot by watching this one, as well. I’ll also be giving lots
of bonus tips along the way for how you can optimize your store for sales and conversions. Now, this tutorial is
gonna be a 20-step process. I’ve added in some new steps
for this year’s tutorial. For each step, I’ll be switching
over to my computer screen and showing you exactly how to do it so that you can follow along,
even if you’re a beginner and you’ve had no technical
or design experience. If you want to skip ahead
to a particular step, then I’ll have timestamps
in the video description so you can jump straight to that section. Now I’m gonna switch over
to my computer right now to give you a quick preview of the store that we are going to build. All right, so, here is the
store that we’re gonna build. You can see that we’ve got
a nice-looking homepage with an image slider. If we scroll down, you’ll be able to see we’ve got our different
products featured here for a nice, simple, professional,
clean-looking design. We’ve got a simple, yet effective,
footer with trust icons. We’ve got a live chat
messenger app installed so that customers can easily contact you. Check this out. We’ve got a working menu with a sub-menu. If we open up the coffee
mug collection page, and we click on the self stir mug, you can see that we’ve
got a simple, yet clean, professional product page. We’ve got trust icons
installed on the product pages to add authority. We’ve got recommended items down here from the same collection. If we come back up, you can see we’ve got
multiple product variations for this mug with
different colors available. If we add this item to our cart, you’ll see that our store is working. I’ve got a surprise for the checkout page for this year’s tutorial,
so let’s go open that up. Here you go. On the checkout page,
we’re also gonna be adding our logo here to increase
brand trust and authority. This is what we’re gonna build, so let’s get started. (upbeat music) Step one, sign up for the
free Shopify 14-day trial. The first thing that you need to do is sign up for an account with Shopify. They have a free 14-day
trial that you can use. I’ll have a link to
how you can get Shopify in the video description below. Please note that video description does contain affiliate links. Here at Wholesale Ted, all of
our YouTube videos are free, and affiliate links help
us keep our videos free. All right, let me switch
over to my tutorial clip to show you how to do this. All right, so, come and click
the ‘Get Started’ button at the top of the page. Now just enter in the
email address, password, and store name that you
want to use for your store. For your email, I recommend
setting up a new email account, like, say, a new Gmail
account with your store name, since all store emails,
including customer emails, are going to be sent to
whatever email address that you use here. Of course, once you’re done, just click the ‘Create store’ button. Just let your Shopify
load up for a new store. Sitting tight here. Woo, success! All right, so, now Shopify will ask you to fill out this little survey. It does not matter at all what you put. You can put anything that you like. This is just data that
Shopify is collecting. It has no legal impact on you. Now, you’ll see here
that our store currency is set to pesos. That’s because I actually
didn’t film this clip. My lovely virtual assistant, who is located in the Philippines, April, filmed this clip for me. We both worked together on
this video project together, and so, about half the clips I filmed, and half the clips that she filmed. And so, thank you, April, for
helping me with this video. I very much appreciated it. You’ll have noticed that I blurred out all the information here. This is obviously very private. Just make sure you fill
out all the details. April forgot to fill out
the phone number here. Then just click ‘Enter my store’, and then that’s it. Shopify will load your new
settings into your store, and create your new account. It might take a few moments
to happen, but here we go. And that is it, we are done. On to step two. Step two, install the free
Shopify theme minimal. Now, as part of this step, we’re only gonna be installing it. In the future, we are going to make modifications to the design. Let me switch over to my computer and show you how easy it is
to install a new custom theme. Okay, so on the left sidebar menu, click ‘Online Store’. This will automatically
take you to the Themes page. When it loads, scroll down the page and find the ‘Explore free themes’ button. Now, there are a lot of
themes to choose from. I think that minimal
is a nice, clean theme. So, we’re gonna go and
select it down here. Now, minimal has three different versions. It has modern, vintage, and fashion. I think modern looks the best, though, so we’re gonna select it, and then click the ‘Add Minimal’ button. Then we’re just gonna let it load. We’re going to let this
page load, as well. Excellent. Okay, so now come down
to the ‘Actions’ button and click ‘Publish’. You’ll get this little popup box here. Just click the ‘Publish’ button. Then, of course, just let it load. And that’s it. We’ve successfully installed
our free minimal theme. It’s time to move on to the next step. Step three, install the Oberlo Shopify app and update its settings. Oberlo is a Shopify app,
and it’s pretty cool. It semi-automates your
dropshipping store for you, not only by making it
way easier and faster to add products to your store, but down the line when it
comes to fulfilling orders and buying them from your dropshipper and getting them shipped
out to your customer, it is going to semi-automate
this process for you. Making your store as passive as possible, making it as easy to manage as possible is very important to
scaling it to huge profits. This is something that we
teach in our free ebook. The six steps at six-figure
dropshipping stores followed to make over $10,000 a month. If you would like to get
that ebook for yourself, you can find a download link
in the video description below. Oberlo is free to use when
you’re just starting out. You only have to start paying any fees once you are making sales
and doing transactions. By that point, you’re not going to mind. So, for beginners, the
app is essentially free. I’m gonna switch back
and show you how easy it is to do this. All right. This time, on the left
side menu, click ‘Apps’. Now come and click the
‘Visit Shopify App’ button. This will take you to the apps page. On here, come to the search
bar and type in “Oberlo”. Then come and click on
Oberlo from the results. Then just click the ‘Add app’ button. And let it load. All right, so on this
page, just scroll down and then click the ‘Install app’ button. Then just let Shopify load it up. Once it’s loaded, we can then update the settings inside Oberlo. All right, so now we can click the ‘Settings’ button down here. In the ‘Store Name’ box, just
enter the name of your store, like I’ve done here. Then what you wanna do is, you will want to come down
and check this little box, and change this to be pounds if it’s set to kg’s like mine was. Then scroll down and make
sure that this box is checked so that customers can know when
your item has been shipped. Then come down to auto updates. When a product isn’t available, set the quantity to zero
and click ‘Notify Me’. When a variant vanishes, set the quantity to zero
and click ‘Notify Me’. When a cost changes, select do nothing, but notify me and have it set so that when inventory changes,
to update automatically. Now we want to save these settings. So, of course, click ‘Save’. Excellent. All right, now come and
click on ‘Suppliers’. You wanna make sure that ePacket
is selected from the list. You want to make sure that
you’ve got your phone number in the little box here. Don’t worry, customers
won’t be able to see this. In the custom note section, put something like what I’ve put here. This will mean that the customer won’t get any invoices or marketing
materials letting them know the original price. We also need to click the
‘Add Payment Card’ button so that we can add in the
credit card or debit card that’s gonna be used to pay
for the AliExpress items that our customers order. Remember, you won’t be paid immediately by Shopify or PayPal for the
items the customers order. You’ll need to have
money to cover this cost for yourself in the meantime. Cool, and then just click ‘Add card’. Then that’s that. Oberlo will save the
settings on this page, and we can move on to step four. Step four, install the free
Oberlo Chrome extension. If you want Oberlo to semi-automate
your dropshipping store and to help you fulfill orders, then you are going to need
to add products directly from AliExpress into
your store using the app. The easiest way to do this,
in my personal opinion, is to install the Oberlo Chrome extension and to use that to add products directly from Yes, this therefore means
that to complete this step, you are going to need to
download the Chrome browser. If you don’t have it already,
I will have a link to how you can get it in the
video description below. As part of this process,
you will also need to go to the Chrome Web Store so
that you can download the free Oberlo extension. And yes, I will have a link to that in the video description. All right, so let’s do this. All right, so once you’ve
come to the Chrome Web Store, do a search in the search bar for Oberlo. Next to the search results, click the ‘Add to Chrome’ button. On the popup box, click ‘Add extension’. Once it’s successfully installed, you’ll get a little popup box. Plus, you’ll see the Oberlo
icon in the top right of your browser. Step five, add products into your Shopify store using Oberlo. All right, so now we’re
gonna go to and import products directly
from there into our store, using the Chrome extension
that we just installed. Before you follow along
with my tutorial clip, you’re going to need to do three things. Firstly, open up your Chrome browser. Next, open up your
Shopify store in one tab. Then, open up
in a second tab. Once you’ve done that, you
can follow along with me. All right, so on AliExpress, come to the search bar
and type in the product that you want to add to your store. The first product I added was
the camera lens travel mug. Once the results load up, come and sort them by
orders so that you can see the products with the most orders first. Then click on a listing
that you like the look of, and if you check out the listing and you like the look of it, click this button in your browser, and then click the ‘Add to import list’. When you get that little success
box with the green check, it means that you’ve successfully added it to your import list. Now, as part of this tutorial, I used two different products. I used the camera lens travel
mug and the self stir mug. I wanted to add both of these
products to my import list, so I went and did a search
for the self stir mug and sorted the results by orders again. Then clicked on a listing
I liked the look of. This one over here. Again, if you like the listing, click the ‘Oberlo Chrome extension’ button and then click the ‘Add to Import List’. When you’ve added all the
items you want to add, click the ‘Open Import List’ button. You’ll come to a page like
this here, the import list. Click on the ‘Images’ tab and
select the images you like, and deselect the images you don’t like. It’s much better to do
this now rather than later. Once you’ve done that,
click ‘Import to Store’. When you do that, the
item will now appear under the ‘Products’ tab in
your Shopify admin area. You can edit the product page and sell the item in your store. Go ahead and do what I did here, which was, go to the ‘Image’
tab for each of the products in my import list. Selecting and deselecting the
photos that you want to add, and to go onto the product page. Then actually clicking
the ‘Import’ button. Once you’ve done that for all of the products you want to add, you can move on to the next step. Step six, add product collections. The word ‘collections’ is
basically just Shopify’s phrase for product categories. That’s pretty much what
you’re going to do here. You’re gonna be creating
different product categories, i.e. different product collections, for the different items
that you’re selling. Luckily, it is very easy to do. On the left side menu, click ‘Products’, and then under the products sub-menu, click ‘Collections’. When the page loads, come and click the ‘Create collection’ button. To create your first collection, just type in the name of
your first product category. Mine is going to be coffee mugs. Then under collection
type, click ‘Manual’. You can leave everything else as, and then click ‘Save’. Then that’s it. A collection, of course,
is just Shopify’s name for product category. What we’re gonna be doing is creating different product categories. This example store is going to be one that sells three types of products. It’s gonna sell coffee mugs,
travel mugs, and coffee spoons, which is why we’re
going to head and create the categories for each of these. When you’re doing this step, yourself, think about how you would
like to group the products that you’re selling into
different categories. Then create a collection for each of them. We’re gonna be using these
different product categories or collections throughout the rest of the store creation process. As you’ll see during the steps
when we edit our homepage, you will probably want to have at least two product collections, ideally at least three. I don’t recommend creating too many. Don’t create a collection unless you have at least three items to assign to it. Otherwise, it’ll look very empty. There we go, we’ve added all
of our product categories. It’s time to move on to the next step. Step seven, edit your product pages. All right, so back in step five, I actually showed you how to add two different types of products. The first product that I added was this camera lens travel mug here, and the other was the self-stirring mug. Now, these weren’t randomly selected. I chose these for specific reasons. Now, the reason why I chose
this camera lens travel mug here is because it only came
in one size and one color, this black version here. In other words, this one here
has no product variations. On the other hand, this
self-stirring mug here, this came in six
different types of colors, which means that when we
imported this item with Oberlo, we imported six different
product variations. As you will see when I switch
over to my tutorial clip, it makes a big difference
when you’re editing the different product pages. I recommend that you watch me edit both. While I’m editing both, I will also show you
how to put items on sale and how to not put items on sale. This item here is not going to go on sale, but this one here is. All right, let’s do this. On the left side menu, come and click ‘Products’. When I loads, find the product
page that you want to edit, and then click on it. For this first example product, I’m going to edit this
camera lens travel mug. First things first, delete
the title and add in your own. This title looks strange, and the reason for that is
because it was just a copy of the AliExpress product title. Of course, delete the product
description which, again, is just a copy of the
AliExpress product description, and add your own. I just copied and pasted
a product description that I had already created in
advance as I filmed the step. As you can see, I am
formatting the description now. Usually, for members
inside The Dropship Club, which is our premium
step-by-step AliExpress dropshipping training course, we teach them to write
short product descriptions, since we also teach how to make
sales with Facebook traffic. For that, you only need
short product descriptions. But I decided to do something
a bit different for this video and made a product
description that was longer and optimized for Google easier traffic. The Google algorithm likes to see plenty of words on the page rather
than just a few short lines, which is why this one is a bit longer. Cool. Once you’ve finished editing
your product description, be sure to select which collection
that the item belongs in. Now, if you come down to
images, you’ll see the images we selected earlier have been added, and we can drag and drop them. I did notice that I’d accidentally
uploaded a copy of one, so I just came and clicked this
little ‘Delete’ button here, and I got rid of it. For this item, I’m not
going to put it on sale. What I’ll do is I’ll set the price and put nothing in the
‘Compare at price’ box, and so there will be no sale icon on the product page for this one. You can keep the rest of it as is. Then all you’ve got to do
is come and click ‘Save’. Perfect. This product is a simple product because it’s got no product variations. There is just one version
of it, the black travel mug. However, I’m now going
to show you how to edit a more complicated product that comes in six different colors. It is this mug here. First, we need to go in and
delete the product title, and again I’m going to put my own one in, well, I did put my own one in. We also need to delete
the product description and put our own description in. Again, I had one copied
and pasted in advance. This description was also optimized for the Google search engine. Now, I usually recommend
focusing on paid traffic like Facebook ads, to
drive sales and customers to your store, because it’s
easier and more reliable. However, if you want some easier tips, I’m happy to give them to you. First of all, try to make your description at least 400 words long. Pick a keyword to target
and try to include it four to five times in a natural way. Again, do not forget
that shipping disclaimer. I bold mine so that the
customer has no excuse to not have seen it. Of course, go in and select
the product collection that it should be in. If we come down here to the images, you’ll see that this
does come in six colors. I’m gonna show you how
you can delete variations that you don’t want. Next to the variation you don’t want, click the little ‘Edit’ button, and then scroll down this page and find the ‘Delete variant’ button. Then, of course, click ‘Delete variant’. Gone, all right. Let’s go and delete another variant. This light blue mug here. Again, I’ll come and I’ll
click ‘Edit’ next to it. Then come and click
‘Delete’, and ‘Delete’ again. All right, so now I’m
gonna show you how to edit the price and name for
the product variants you have chosen to keep. Click ‘Edit’ next to the first one. Under the pricing box,
type in the price you want. I’ll show you how to
put it on sale, as well. Type the real price under product price. Then the ‘Compare at price’ box, type in the price that is higher. For these mugs, I’m
gonna place them on sale at $14.95 on sale from
the usual price of $19.95. Then I’ll click ‘Save’, and then I’ll select the next variation which is this red mug here. What you’ll see is that
the price hasn’t updated for the red mug. That’s because you can control the price for each product variation. What I’m gonna do is I’m gonna go into each product variation
and I’m going to set the prices to be the same, which is $14.95 on sale from
its original price of $19.95. But you don’t have to do that, it’s entirely up to you. Now, for the dark blue mug, I’m also going to update its name so that when people see
the name of this mug, that it says it’s blue, not dark blue, by doing that right here. Then I’m gonna come and click ‘Save’. Excellent. Now we just need to go back and delete all the pictures of the product
variants that we removed. We’re gonna remove the
photo of the light blue mug and remove the photo of the green mug. Now for the green one. Then, that’s it. We’ve successfully
updated this product page and updated the variants within it. Now you need to just
go through and do this for all of your product pages, and then you can move on to the next step. Step eight, add free trust
badges to your product pages. This is a new edition
to our 2019 tutorial. What we’re gonna do is install a free app that will let us add
these nifty trust badges to our product pages. The reason why we
recommend that you do this is because of the fact that
when customer see icons and images that they trust, a little bit of the authority
translates over to you, which will increase your
sales and conversions, which of course means that
you will make more money. Here is how you install them. Come to the left side
menu and click ‘Apps’. Then on this page, click the ‘Visit Shopify
App Store’ button. Once again, this will take you to the Shopify’s official app store, once it loads, of course. Come to the search bar and
type in “free trust badge”, and do a search for that. Then, click on the one that’s literally titled Free Trust Badge, and then click the ‘Add app’ button. Now, this is completely free, at least still filming this video, so you won’t be charged anything. Then click the ‘Install app’ button. When you do that, Shopify
will take a few moments to install it and update your store. Loading. Awesome. Now we’re here. As you can see on the left, you can change which badges are showing. But what we want to do is, we want to align these badges
to be on the left of the page, so under Design Settings, click the ‘left alignment’ button, and then click the ‘Activate badge’ button to add this to all your product pages. Then just come and click
‘Save’, and that’s it. We’re done. Step nine, add free
shipping to your orders. Of course, setting up shipping options is a necessary part of
selling online, right? But it’s also one of the
more complicated elements of selling online. Trying to figure out what your different
shipping options should be and how much you should
charge for each specific item is definitely frustrating. That’s why I recommend that if you are new to selling online, that you have one shipping
option for all of your items, and that is free shipping. Of course, the shipping
isn’t actually free. Instead, you just slightly
raise your product price. The product has free shipping, but it costs a little bit more. Not only is this way
easier for you to manage, but it also means, then, that you get to promote your
items as having free shipping, which is a great sales pitch and should increase your conversions. Let me show you how to do this. This time, on the left
menu, click ‘Settings’. Then come and click the ‘Shipping’ icon. Now, Shopify will
automatically populate this with a local shipping option and a rest of the world shipping option, and we want to delete both of these. Click ‘Edit’ next to one, and then scroll down
and click ‘Delete zone’. Then confirm that you want to delete it. Then go back to the shipping
page and delete the other one. There we go. Now I’m only gonna be showing you one type of shipping option here,
which is free shipping. Click ‘Add shipping zone’. Then, under shipping zone
name, type in “free shipping”. You can type in whatever
you truly want here. Now you can select which countries
that you want to ship to. Keep in mind that Shopify
will only allow customers to purchase items from your store if the country has a shipping option. Then come down to weight based
rates and click ‘Add rates’. Then come and select the
‘Free shipping’ check box. Then you just need to
come and click ‘Done’. Then all you need to do is click
‘Save’, and then that’s it. You’ve set up a free shipping
option for all of your items. Just a quick note. I do recommend that if you’re
a beginner to dropshipping, that you are very careful about what countries that you
ship to in the beginning. Only select countries like the U.S.A. that have cheap, fast,
efficient shipping options, with AliExpress items, sorry. I don’t recommend having a
worldwide shipping option. For a bit more information
on which countries you should dropship to and
which ones you shouldn’t, I recommend checking out my video, 10 Things to Do BEFORE Dropshipping. I will have a link to that free video in the video description below. Step 10, set up Shopify
payments and PayPal. Okay, so, this is one
of the biggest changes that Shopify made in 2018. Guess what? It’s an amazing one!
(cheering) They finally made it so
that people living outside the United States can
have their currency set to USD while having
Shopify payments turned on. Oh, my goodness! You see, I normally recommend
that new dropshippers set their store currency to USD because I usually recommend that, even if they live outside
the United States, that they target the U.S.A. market. Why? Well, because of the
fact that it’s got cheap, low-cost, efficient shipping options. It’s got lots of low-cost
advertising opportunities, and customers in the United States are used to purchasing items online, which increases your conversions. Which means, as you’re about
to see me do in this tutorial, you need to go into your Shopify settings and make sure that your
currency is set to be in USD. However, in the past, if you did this, but you lived outside the U.S.A, you could not use Shopify’s
internal payment gateway, Shopify payments. Instead, you could only
accept payments with PayPal. But that, of course, has now changed. Unfortunately, this
feature isn’t available to all countries, but the number that it is available to is growing. If it’s not available in your country, just sit back and wait
tight for it to come out. In the meantime, use PayPal exclusively. All right, so let’s do this. All right, so on the left
menu, click ‘Settings’, and then come and click ‘General’. Now, what you’re gonna
wanna do is scroll down, and next to Standards and Formats, make sure that you’re
using the Imperial system and have pounds as your weight unit. Then you wanna come down to Store Currency and change it to be USD if
it’s not USD from the menu. Then select ‘Save’. Then we are just gonna
head back to Settings and select ‘Payment providers’. Then click ‘Add a provider button’, sorry. Make sure that ‘Shopify
payments’ is checked, and then click ‘Continue’. Now, for some of you,
Shopify payments may already be turned on, so you won’t
need to have done that step. It’s going to look like
this when you first arrive. Come and click ‘Complete account setup’. You will want to fill
in all of these details. It is very important that
all of this is accurate, as this is a legal requirement. Now, as I’ve said before, for some of you, you won’t need to add Shopify
payments as a provider because it’ll already be set as default. All you need to do is to click the ‘Complete account setup’ button. Now, under ‘Product details’,
you can just type in a simple line explaining
what you’re selling, like I’ve done here. Very basic. Under the ‘Customer billing statement’, you’re going to see that
you’re going to need to add in a phone number. Make sure that it’s accurate. You’ll also want to make sure that the bank account number
is accurate, as well, because it’s how you’re going to get paid. Now, the payout currency will
be set to your local currency, and you can’t change this. But you don’t want to change this, anyway. Then you can just click
‘Complete account setup’. All right, so now we’re going to set up PayPal’s express gateway. Now, for some of you, you
may not have to do this, as it might already be
turned on by default. But if it’s not, click
‘Select PayPal method’, and click the ‘PayPal express
checkout’ button like I did, and then scroll down on this page and click the ‘Activate’ button. You’ll be redirected to
PayPal to complete your setup. Enter in the email address
of your PayPal account, and then click ‘Next’. Then just give your login
details to that PayPal account, and then click the ‘I
give permission’ button. Then that’s it. You can click on ‘Go Back to Shopify’, and you will have
successfully added both PayPal and Shopify payments through Stripe as a payment method for your store. Step 11, add branding
to your store checkout. What we’re gonna do is
we’re gonna add theming and branding to our store’s checkout page to increase conversions
and encourage customers to complete their purchases. To do this, you’re going
to need two things. Firstly, you will need a store logo. You can either make one,
yourself, or you can get a cheap, but good one
made off of Secondly, you are going to need to pick a custom brand color for your store. This color should reflect
the types of items that you are selling in it. For me, my store is selling
coffee items and accessories, so I have chosen a coffee brown color. We’re actually gonna be
using this color throughout this tutorial to increase your
store’s branding and theming, and to make your store not look generic. Go ahead, get your store
logo, and pick a color, and then you can follow along with me. On the left menu, come and
click the ‘Online Store’ button. Then this will take you
directly to the themes page. Then on this page, click
the ‘Customize’ button. This is going to take you
to the theme settings. All right, so here, you wanna
click on the ‘Cart’ button. Cool. This has now taken us to the cart, so come and click the ‘Checkout’ button. Excellent. Now come and click on ‘Theme settings’, and then we wanna come and
click on ‘Checkout’ there. Then we want to come and
we want to add a logo. Once it’s loaded, come and select it. Excellent. You can see that it’s now been
added to the checkout page, which will strengthen your store’s brand and make your store look
even more professional. Now we’re gonna change the
‘Shipping method’ button to be your store’s custom branding color. For this store, of course,
I’ve chosen a coffee brown, since I’m selling coffee accessories. Cool, awesome. With that, you are now done. If you follow these instructions, you’ll have a custom checkout page that should increase
conversions for your store. Just click ‘Save’, and then it’s time to move on to the next step. Step 12, create an About Us page. I’m gonna show you how to
create an About Us page, but keep in mind, you
can use this to create a page about anything that you like. Some other pages that you
will probably want to create are a refund policy page,
a terms of service page, and a privacy policy page. Now, I don’t have time to go over each of these different pages
and show you how to create an individual one for them all, but if you just follow
the steps in this tutorial and replicate the
process for all of those, it should be easy. All right, so let’s do this. On the left side menu, click
the ‘Online Store’ button. Then, from the sub-menu,
select the ‘Pages’ button, and then come and click
the ‘Add page’ button. Then come to the title
and type in “About us”. Then come to the content box
and write whatever your want for your About Us page. Shameless plug, inside
our premium AliExpress dropshipping course, The Dropship Club, we give members a template
that they can use here. I also recommend
uploading an image for it, like I’m doing here. There we go. Then you just click it,
and click ‘Insert image’. Now, once you’ve uploaded your image, you can click to align it
and change it to the right, and then click the ‘Edit
image’ button to do that. Now, another thing, too, is
that you could have increased the text spacing so that
there was more space in between the text and the image. Now I’m just going through and editing, formatting the text here so that there’s no empty white space. Cool. Once you’ve finished
editing it, click ‘Save’. Nice. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to move on to the next step. And yes, just to add to my shameless plug, we do indeed have an
over-the-shoulder premium video training course for
AliExpress dropshipping called The Dropship Club. These videos are step-by-step,
just like this one. You can follow along with me on-screen. But we don’t just build a store, no. Inside The Dropship Club, we also show you over-the-shoulder videos about how to select a store niche, how to pick the right products, how to create your Facebook ads, and more. To find out how you
can join and get access to our premium video training library, you’ll find a link to The Dropship Club in the video description below. But for now, back to the video. Step 13, create a Contact Us page. For this step, we’re gonna
create a simple contact form. It’s really easy to do. Just head back to the Pages section inside your Shopify admin dashboard, and follow along with me. Come to the Pages page, and then click the ‘Add
page’ button again. This time, in the title,
type “Contact Us”. Then come to the little
dropdown menu under Template and select this button here. Then come and click ‘Save’,
and boom, super easy. You now have your own contact
page with a contact form. All messages submitted to it will be sent to the email address
that you signed up for with your Shopify account. Step 14, add menus to your store. We’re gonna be editing two
different types of menus here. The first menu that we’re
gonna edit is the header menu. We’re gonna add all of those pages and this little dropdown
menu which will list all the product collections. Plus, we’re also gonna be modifying this footer menu down here, too. Adding menus actually used to be one of the downsides to using Shopify. They made it really annoying. But they have since made
tweaks and modifications, and now it’s really easy. Let me show you how to do this. On the left side menu, come
and click ‘Online Store’. Then, from the sub-menu,
come and click ‘Navigation’. Now you’re gonna be on the menu page. First, let’s get at the
main menu by clicking it. Now I’m going to recommend that you click ‘Edit’ next to Catalog and change the name of it to Products. This is a personal choice, but I think products sounds
much better than catalog. Fantastic, all right. Now come and click the ‘Add menu’ button and type in the name of one
of your product categories or collections. I’m gonna type in “coffee mugs”. Now, under Link, come
and click ‘Collections’, and then select the
collection from the list and then click the ‘Add’ button. Then, of course, come and drag and drop it so that it’s indented below Products. That’s what you want to do. You just want to repeat this
for all of your collections. What we’re doing here is you’re
creating something called a sub-menu, so when a
customer enters your store and puts their mouse over the
products tab in the main menu at the top of the website,
a dropdown menu will appear, showing off all of your
different product categories or collections that they can then browse. Now, it used to be really
annoying to add sub-menus. If you look at my 2017 tutorial, you’ll see that Shopify
really listened to feedback and improved that. Let’s come and click
‘Add menu item’ again. This time, type in “About Us”, and then under Link, click ‘Pages’. Then find the About Us page and select it. Then just click ‘Add’. Perfect, all right. Now we’re just gonna do the same thing for the Contact Us page. Make sure that these menu
items are not indented below the Products one. Cool. Now just come and click ‘Save’. With that, we’ve created our main top menu with a sub-menu featuring our
different product collections. Now let’s come back to
the Navigation page, and this time, we’re gonna
click on ‘Footer menu’. Come and click ‘Add menu
item’ and type in “homepage”. Then come to Link and select
homepage from the list. There we go. Then just click ‘Add’. Now we’re gonna add two
new product pages to it. First the account login. For this, what you’ll want to do is, you will want to type in your store URL. You’ll want to then, at the end of it, put slash account slash login. You’ll see that I’m going to do that here, gonna paste this link in. Great. Then come and click ‘Add’. Then, after creating that menu item, we’ll create one for the Cart page, and your store cart URL will
be your store’s URL followed by slash cart. Don’t worry, these .myshopify
URLs will work even after we’ve added in a new custom domain name. When you’ve done that, you
can reorder them if you like, and then just click ‘Save’, and then we can move on to the next step. Step 15, create your
store design and homepage. Awesome. This is kind of a fun step, because we’re gonna be
making our store look nice and professional by updating the design and creating a homepage. Now, a lot of people
overthink the homepage design, and you do not need to. It is not as important
as you would expect. Do not get hung up on it. Just like when we edited
our store checkout page, for this step, you’re going to
need to have your store logo, and you’re going to want
to have your store’s custom branded color. If you missed earlier
what I said about this, as part of this tutorial, we are choosing one custom brand color that matches or reflects
the types of products that you are selling in your store. For me, as part of the store tutorial, I have chosen one custom brand color, and that is a coffee bean brown, since, well, I am selling
coffee items and accessories. What we’re gonna do is
we’re gonna take this color and we’re gonna add splashes of it throughout our store design so that it will make your
store look unique, original, and so that it will not feel generic. This will strengthen your brand, which will also increase
the amount of trust that customers have in you, which will result in more
sales and more money. Let’s do this. Head to the left menu and click
the ‘Online Store’ button. Then this will by default
take you to the Theme page. Just come and click
the ‘Customize’ button. Now, the first thing
that we’re gonna be doing is we’re gonna be adding
a nice store logo. Come and click the ‘Header’ button, and then click the ‘Select Image’ button and upload your logo. I had already uploaded
mine, so I just clicked it, and then click the ‘Select’ button. Change your custom logo
was to be 250 pixels, since 60 is tiny. Then uncheck the Announcement box. Then just come and head back. Now we’re gonna be adding
in images to the slideshow, so select it and follow along on-screen with what I’m doing to add
images to the slideshow. Now, by default, there
are four slide images. If you don’t have four images, you can just upload however many you have. For me, I uploaded two, and
then you’ll be able to see that I deleted the rest. If you don’t have any images, a good idea is to see if your supplier has any high-quality photos of
products that you’re selling. You can look for images with creative common licenses, as well. You can see here that I’m
deleted the extra slides that I don’t want to use. Once you’ve finished that,
just go and head back. Now what we’re gonna do is, we’re gonna delete all of the
other widgets in the homepage because we’re gonna be replacing
them we different widgets that are gonna show off the items that we’re selling in our store, which is a really simple and easy way to design a professional-looking homepage. Now just come and click ‘Add section’, and then click ‘Featured collection’. Then click ‘Add’. Now come to Heading and type in the name of your first product collection
that you want to show off. I’m gonna show off my coffee mugs. Then come and click the ‘Change’ button. Then you wanna select the
collection from the list. Then you just wanna come and
click the ‘Select’ button. That’s how you just add these different featured collections. Now, what I recommend that you do is, you go ahead and you
do this two more times, like I’m doing here on-screen. Because, as I said, showing off products is an easy way to design
a simple, clean homepage, even if you’ve got no
experience with design or with development. Now, if you don’t have
three product collections, and you’ve only got, say, two, then you can just add two
featured collections here, instead of three. It’s not that big of a deal. Now, you may have noticed
that collapsible coffee mug and that horn mug. Those images have logos on them. That is a big no-no. Do not use images that have
your supplier’s logo on it. That was just me being
lazy for this tutorial when I imported those products. But I would have never used those images if I was building this store for real. Now I’m just finishing up
with this final collection. Cool. Now we’re gonna head back and
we’re gonna go to the footer. We want to remove the blog widgets. That’s because we don’t have a blog. But they are featured in Shopify, so if you’ve add one,
you can bring this back. I’m gonna remove the social media icons because I don’t actually
have any to put down here because this is just an example store. But if you did have them,
I’d recommend keeping this. Now come back and click
the ‘Theme settings’. Now we are going to be
updating the colors. Remember your store’s chosen color. We’re now gonna be using it. Just follow along with my tutorial here and insert your color
into each of these themes, into each of these little color boxes like I’m doing here. This is gonna give branding to your store and make it feel more
professional and personable. Now, for the top bar text,
I’m gonna choose white because I’ve chosen a
very dark store color, this coffee brown. But depending on your chosen color, black might be a better
text color choice there. Cool. We’ve updated the colors,
so let’s head back. This time, we’re gonna pick
the typography, I think, basically the font button. Here, you can change
the font for your store. I recommend going through
all the different options and seeing which one you like best. It’s usually best to not use
the default font if you can, because that font is very generic. By selecting a non-default store font, it will set your store design apart and make it look more original, which is, of course, good
for your store branding. Keep in mind that each
font has a different level of boldness that you can select for it. For my store headings, I’ve chosen a medium bold font for it. Then, once you’ve gone through and changed all your store fonts, you can then just click ‘Save’, and then check out your awesome creation. It looks a lot better
than it did at the start. Now it is time to move
on to the next step. Step 16, add a store favicon. Another new addition to
our 2019 store tutorial. This is kind of an optional one, but it’s nice to do to
increase your store’s branding. A favicon is a little
icon image that pops up on a website’s browser tab. A favicon image should be
32 pixels by 32 pixels, and the image should be on
a transparent background. Here is the favicon that I
chose to install for the store. As you can see, it’s
the Brewed Treats icon, and it was on a transparent background. Let’s head back into our theme settings and install our favicon. Come to the left menu again
and click ‘Online Store’. We’re gonna be going back
into our theme settings. Once your theme settings has loaded up, click ‘Theme settings’, and
then click the ‘Favicon’ button, and you can upload an image. Now, I’ve already got mine
uploaded, so I just selected it. Yeah, once you’ve selected,
all you need to do is click ‘Save’, and you’re done. You’ve now added a favicon to your store. Step 17, add Facebook Messenger live chat. Hey, look, another new addition
to our updated 2019 version of this tutorial. What we’re gonna do is we’re
gonna add a free live chat app that will let customers
interact directly with you with Facebook Messenger. Now, not only is it more
convenient for you to use the Facebook Messenger app,
rather than have to use a whole separate other live chat app, but it’s also been shown
that customers prefer it because of the fact that
they already recognize it and they trust it. Just a note, though,
to complete this step, you are going to need to
have a Facebook page set up for your new store, and you
will need to be an admin for it. Now, if you don’t have that, you can skip over this step
and come back to it later. But for now, let me show you how to do it. Come back to the Facebook app store, like we did in previous steps, and type in “Facebook chat”. Now, from the search results, you want to find the Beeketing app. On the app page, click the app button, or the ‘Add app’ button, sorry. Then come down and click ‘Install app’. Now, these guys make some
of the best marketing apps for Shopify, by the way. I do highly recommend them. A lot of their apps are
either free or low-cost, which is really cool. On this page, click the big ‘Start connecting
with your customers’ button. Then click ‘Continue’ with
your Facebook account. Then select your store’s Facebook page, and then come and click the
‘Customize your widget’ button. Now what we’re going to do is, we’re gonna customize the
look of it very slightly before we turn the Messenger app on. Come down here and click
this little button here so that the app will look like that. Now this makes it look more like the classic Facebook Messenger icon, and you can leave everything as is. Then just come click on to the next step, and then just go and click
through on to the next step. And boom, all you need
to do is come and click the ‘Save and Activate’ button
at the bottom of the page, and that’s it. Step 18, select a
payment plan for Shopify. The Shopify free 14-day trial is fantastic for trying it out and seeing
if it’s right for you, and to use during this
little creation process. But if you want to
actually sell to customers, then you do need to purchase a paid plan. Luckily, the lowest cost plan
is perfect for most people. Let me show you how to do this. On the left menu, come and
click the ‘Setting’ button. On the Settings page,
click the ‘Account’ button. Then come and click ‘Compare plans’. You got three options, and almost everybody should
select the $29 a month plan. Don’t worry about the others. Now, you can choose to pay
monthly or upfront yearly. Obviously, you’ll save
money with the yearly plans, but for most people, I would recommend that they just stick to paying monthly. Once you’ve filled out
your payment details, click the ‘Start plan’ button. A big part of the reason why
I recommend paying monthly is cash flow. I recommend saving your startup money and putting it to other
things like Facebook ads. Then, that’s it. You are now ready to sell. Congratulations. We’ve just got a couple more steps to go. Step 19, choose a domain name. Now it’s time to get
rid of that Shopify URL and to replace it with
our store’s custom URL. When choosing a domain name,
I have some tips for you. Firstly, always choose a .com domain name. The only exception is if
you plan to sell exclusively to, say, the United Kingdom, in which case you would
pick the domain name. But if you are selling to
either the United States or you are selling internationally
to multiple countries, then select the .com domain name. Not only is that
considered the domain name for the United States, but
it’s actually considered the universal domain name, as well. Secondly, do not pick
another universal domain name like .org or .net. Stick exclusively to .com domain names. Finally, to keep your
store looking professional, I recommend picking a domain name that is no more than three words, as if you go over that,
you risk looking spammy. Let’s go get a domain name. On the left side menu,
click ‘Online Store’, and on the sub-menu, click ‘Domains’. On the Domains page, click
the ‘Buy new domain’ button. When this loads, just
type in the domain name that you want to use. Shopify will tell you if
it’s available or not. Again, I strongly
recommend that you only use a .com domain name. If it’s available, you’ll
get this ‘Buy’ button, so just click on it. Now, if you don’t want your
domain name to auto-renew, uncheck this box like I’m doing here. Then all you’ve got to
do is click ‘Buy domain’. For most people, they
probably shouldn’t auto-renew. I recommend seeing how
your store goes first and seeing if you enjoy running it. WHOIS privacy is included with each order, which is great because
I strongly recommend that you get that. Then, that’s it. Just make sure that you go to
your email account connected to the domain name and follow the verification process, including the verification email. This is a legal requirement. With that, it’s time to
move on to the next step. Step 20, send your store live. We are so close. We’ve got one final step to go. We now need to just remove the password that’s stopping customers
from entering our store, and to send it live. All right, so on the left side menu, click ‘Online Store’. Then come and click ‘Disable password’. On this page, which is
the Preference page, scroll down, uncheck that box, and then click ‘Save’. Then, that’s it. Your store is now live
and ready for customers to come in, spend money,
and buy your items. Congratulations on taking action and finishing creating your new store. I hope this video tutorial helped you, and if it did and you’re
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100 comments on “Create a Dropshipping Store with Shopify & Aliexpress (UPDATED Shopify Tutorial for 2019)”

  1. Wholesale Ted says:

    TWO UPDATES since this video has gone live.
    UPDATE 1: Oberlo no longer lets you input a credit card. That's OK – when you fulfill an order with it, you'll be able to use your credit card on Aliexpress. Just don't worry about having to do this anymore 🙂
    UPDATE 2: Here is the Booster Facebook Livechat that we now recommend, it includes live chat functionality:

  2. Kevin Sauceda says:

    Question: if one is starting from scratch with a new business, typically our social media pages start with 0 followers. Does this matter at all? Should I wait to create a Shopify store until after my social media gets a following?

    I’ve watched many of your videos, but have yet to hear you touch on this subject. Maybe I just haven’t watched the right video…

    Thank you!

  3. Patrick Korie says:

    I enjoyed your teaching. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us.

  4. di no says:

    You are such an angel empowering ppl with knowledge for free. Im just starting and cannot thank u more for not only all the useful information, also for the really great and perfect way how u present your information. Many thanks from germany

  5. Jason Chen says:

    Do you have to select products with ePackets?

  6. Hlas Jr. says:

    How come that my Settings interface is totally different from the one in the video and others do not seem to have this problem?

  7. Elle Nelson says:

    Do you need to have PayPal because I don’t use paypal

  8. Jorgie WTF says:

    I will use this tutorial today!

  9. HaSaN Abo Ali says:

    Hi. I'm trying to link my Shopify to Oberlo. But I'm not getting the "Add Payment Card" option in Oberlo. It's not showing, any idea why?

  10. yortie says:

    Aaawww thank you. I'm in love with your voice I mean your content is really awesome. Thanks! 😀

  11. Ashley Johansson says:

    Thank you for existing! Love you!

  12. FANTOM says:

    how long it take to get money on your bank account ( i make sale today and how long is delay to get that money?)

    sorry for bad eng.

  13. skyyyyy1 says:

    Hi! I am from Singapore. Would it be advisable for me to start a Shopify store in Singapore? I did a few analysis of the e commerce scene in Singapore, and I feel that Singapore has potential due to a few reasons. Firstly, the internet and social media penetration rate is one of the highest in the world. Secondly, locals here are already used to buying stuff online for the past few years, from local online retailers. In addition, Singapore is pretty connected to the rest of the world, especially China. Shipping probably wouldn't be much of an issue, as identified in your video. Any comments or advice for poor little me? :)))

  14. My Damn Channel says:

    Sarah, I think you need to elaborate on Shopify and Paypal not giving people access to the money right away. That was one thing I wasn't aware of. How long does it take the money to be availible from customers and how much cash should need to start?

  15. Houssam Eddine Sekkouti says:

    u r the best ever

  16. Lauren Farinha says:

    is it possible to add subcategories, or do they all have to be separate collections?
    ie: Jewelry then rings, necklaces.. or do those need to have their own collection?

  17. Фадей Измайлов says:

    i click on every thing you show but some of the settings i dont have … like on the logo thing … and somestuff….

  18. COACHEART says:

    🇳🇿 Very proud of you for helping myself and the world. Arohanui – Coach Heart 🇳🇿

  19. Jorgie WTF says:

    Well… it took me about 5 days and watching this video like 20 times to finally get it all done but I did it! Would truly appreciate it if you could check it out and give me some advice and pointers! Thank you!

  20. Classy Queen says:

    That was amazing

  21. Christopher Munn says:

    How much money do you need to start this?

  22. Impact Media Management says:

    Absolutely fantastic, highly recommended for anyone just starting out. Thanks!!

  23. Classy Queen says:

    So I'm no longer seeing the add payment method when I click on suppliers while on oberlo 😞

  24. Bitrey says:

    Can you start and sell items during the 14 day trial?

  25. Dave Merton says:

    Sarah, we LOVE your accent! And of course we LOVE your videos!

  26. Cerulian says:

    Thank you so much for the awesome tutorial, going through everything with us, and breaking down the entire process.

  27. anthony wragg says:

    hi is your store set up in America?

  28. fady sarwat says:

    sarah , thank you so much – question please – if I registered to shopify with a new email of my store name , then could I link this store with paypal which has already another email ? or emails have to be identical ??


  29. Leena Gore says:

    What if i dont want to use ali-expxrees and want to sell my own product

  30. moemen tarek says:

    How will we pay for the product on aliexpress and how much should i have on my credit card ?

  31. Emmanuel Gonzalez says:

    What makes me stop from selling online is the description part.. I don’t know enough English my grammar is not good enough to describe a product.. any suggestions on what I can do about that?

  32. Genevieve Gerke says:

    Hi Sarah not sure if I missed something, but the account login part – I added the URL with /account/login but there is no account info in the header. Please advise? Love your content btw, thank you so much

  33. Billy says:

    do you have a vlog, on how to manage a Dropshipping ebay Store with Aliexpress

  34. Kickman Indy says:

    You do a great job at tutorials. Thank you.

  35. Some 1823 says:

    On the 2020 version or any future versions please teach us how to make the description.

  36. oneriskylife says:

    Do we need to have funnel software for ecomm site. If yes please recommend some.

  37. jojo kml says:

    i don't have paypal account. how can i update my payment method

  38. Slim 05 says:

    One of my friends is building free Shopify stores because he needs reviews on Fiverr. Hit him up there, just type Pinko Media in the search bar on the Fiverr website.

  39. HOSTOBI HD says:

    are u from australia? 🙂 ive never seen a better tutorial ever ngl 🙂 your very friendly

  40. Kevin Sauceda says:

    I went as far as creating my entire store following her advice, but stopped as soon as I found out I’d be starting from “0 followers”… something about that doesn’t make sense. How can you start from scratch and actually make this work. She’s leaving out a lot of information…

  41. Iván Romero says:

    Hi, Sarah!
    What kind of Paypal account you recommend to create? The Personal or Business account?

  42. Kobe Ramirez says:

    Do I need to be 18 years old to do dropshipping

  43. Iliya Yazikov says:

    🤓 Loove your accent, will visit Nea Zealand one day 😊

  44. Brett Steinmann says:

    I love your videos sarah, but they are super quiet. I have both my headphone, computer, and youtube volumes maxed and it's still on the softer side.

  45. Sidhant Sharma says:

    @wholesale Ted As it says online store is password protected. Do we have to buy a plan to keep using Shopify Admin? its little to much in the beginning when i am not sure if this thing is going to work for me or not.

  46. Itz Shields says:

    14:12 DONT CLICK just keeping track were I left off

  47. Sheyn Berkin says:

    Can I sell my own products?

  48. Sheyn Berkin says:

    Why I don’t have add payment card button

  49. Jake Dougherty says:

    I am having a bit of an issue. I was wondering how I can make my Logo larger, my logo is so small I can't even make it out. I've read articles on it and the best course of action I've seen is to go into the checkout page code and manually do it that way. I am trying to avoid that at all cost. Any and all help is appreciated 🙂

  50. Teksal1 says:

    At 28:05 you said to add a phone number. Is this the customer's phone number? Or am I expected to put MY phone number there?

  51. Sheyn Berkin says:

    I can’t find chrome web store. I stop on chrome web store nothing on my phone.

  52. Steven Kuypers says:

    Sarah charming and lovely as always.
    Thanks for all you do 🙂

  53. Linda Feldman says:

    Please please answer. Why would customers wait 24 days for a $4 item?! Please answer.

  54. Renard Coats says:

    Thank you for the great information, I haven't been successful yet but having this as a reference when creating a store helps tremendously.
    just having the necccessary steps help to start a great foundation. I just want to thank you. Now my store is live and its time to get to work. Thanks again

  55. Tara Marion says:

    And then, where does it go?

  56. Peter Soumanis says:

    Great tutorial, thankyou for this ! Can I ask have you seen Aliexpress suppliers offer paid shipping that is faster ? The 3-4 weeks sucks when you want the item faster.

  57. Adam Hennebury says:

    Would love to get different takes on themes. I've seen Supply recommended, but it has quite poor ratings on Shopify. Minimal seems nice, but are there other free or paid themes we should consider you would recommend?

  58. SAHARATRAVEL4X4 says:

    I am subscribing to you foreveeeeeer!

  59. aldo barrera says:

    Great video tutorial, Thanks!

  60. Thevy LENAIN says:

    Good video but mostly targeted to people who live in certain countries. People like me (an expat living in a foreign less developed country and who has cut all administration ties with her country of origin) can't successfully set up a Shopify store as I do not have the Shopify Payment option either. I do have a payment card linked to Paypal but it can't receive money… And most payment gateways do not support the country I live in. There is one, but to register with them they demand application documents of a business registration… And of course I don't have that (plus I'm not sure if they would consider registering a drop shipping business here…). This is all so frustrating!

  61. Ben McKean says:

    Just so you know, though I'm not sure if you'll see this, I was able to change the payout currency to the US as well as my local currency. Of course like you said that's not something that I would want to do, but it was an option for some reason.

  62. Fashion Trendz says:

    Is the chrome web store available in ipad or mobile?

  63. Crack Betts says:

    you should have said for step one to have google chrome I have to start again because I cant log into my oberlo account

  64. Humza Rehman says:


  65. Guil 2773 says:

    Finally I got the most detailed and accurate tutorial step by step to easy understand like me as new for shopify. Hope more video to come thanks a million.

  66. Fidgetspinner says:

    Great tutorial. But what about the dropshipping part of the title?

  67. Crack Betts says:

    theres no account button 48:00

  68. SkyFloat says:

    Can you help with this? We are looking for good sellers to sell our unique product. where do we find them? thank you! ( SkyFloat )

  69. M G says:

    Thank you for this awesome tutorial, once this store is created and a purchase is made what if the customer wants to return the item? is the item retuned to the drop shipper or the owner of the shopify store?

  70. Bilawal Raza says:

    do you need any type of trade license?? please help me guys

  71. Matthew Knapp says:

    I love the video, but am I the only one that can't hear it? The volume is so low.

  72. DjArmedWolf says:

    would you recommend to order the products and test them before selling them?

  73. Reese from Crushing English says:

    SO helpful!!!!

  74. Pablo AR says:

    I have a question, for who knows how to respond… im from argentina, but i did the shopify store for EEUU, , i have paypal account, and when i want to configure payments didn have a "shopify payments" option; I know it is not available in some countries… so What is the best solution??? thanks

  75. Pua Pulido says:

    Great help but I heard some stories on profit being hold by Paypal.What to do?

  76. Dreamw8ing2cometrue says:

    Best video tutorial ever. I closed my Shopify, but I'm thinking of reopening it using your techniques.Ty!

  77. spiglys petraitis says:

    I like you english 🙂

  78. loui ricardo says:

    on the bottom of your phone number, are they charging you for that amount?

  79. edilberto jr. cinco says:

    Hi Ms Sarah, I’m Edil, how can I get commission for recommending customers to purchase a shopify plan?.. please advise thanks

  80. For Architects says:

    your Newzealand accent is just awesome

  81. jordan mccotter says:

    i dont have an option to add credit card on oberlo

  82. M Maravii says:

    Im trying to select my images and import list but it says i have to connect a store and when i type in my store at shopify it says this store is connected to oberlo and i cant proceed to import to store..can someone PLEASE help me to fix this

  83. Wise Tails Art says:

    For the life of me I cannot find the Beeketing facebook chat app 🙁

  84. BakerBrotherTV says:

    Is it worth setting up AmazonPay for your store?

  85. CHVIQUIZ TV says:

    The payment card does not come out on my computer can anyone help me

  86. Great Videos says:

    That is so clear! Congratulations, you are very good at explaining!

  87. vince4OC says:

    Thank you so much for making this video. And thanks for not rushing through it like so many other people do when they film their tutorials. Even though Shopify has changed some of the navigation it was still super helpful.

  88. Loz Hughes says:

    This was a godsend for helping setting up my store. Thanks so much. It looks tons more professional than I could have managed on my own.

  89. manahmanah84 says:

    More dancing on your videos, please. Thanks 🙂

  90. Dania Sadek says:

    Hi do you add your personal Paypal acc or create a business one with your logo

  91. chrisalis says:

    awesome- thanks so much just starting this and easy to understand and really informative

  92. soni yaduvanshi says:

    add card option not cominng can anyone help me

  93. Joe Dempsey says:

    Love this video very helpfull.

  94. T Clodfelter says:

    Again..I can't see what or where you're typing… can you zoom in on the different tabs and boxes?

  95. JV Diseños says:

    After a few weeks of watching Wholesale Ted videos, today I finally going live with the store. Thank you so much Sarah 🙂

  96. godric Elkhazali says:

    thank you for the efforts

  97. BN Jewelry & Artwork says:

    Hi Sarah I followed your video but where you added the contact us button it doesn’t have a hyperlink

  98. DOUGLAS Masho says:

    Hi. Love your videos. Do you have a similar video for print on demand stores?

  99. Michelle Stewart says:

    A good video BUT, it’s not worth doing unless you can get traffic (ie customers) to your store/website and trust me that’s a lot harder than you think!? People just think setting up an on line store guarantees them success, but customers need to find you – your SEO needs to be on target (in other words – google needs to know about you) and it takes ALOT of hard consistent work before you will get any customers. Please don’t get sucked into thinking you can build a Shopify store and you will make millions – it just doesn’t happen – you will need to spend money on sh*t loads of advertising and be doing it consistently for a long time!

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