A Small Business Guide to Shopify [Infographic]


Real-world shops and services are moving online. The last two years, in particular, have seen millions of SMBs take their services online. Don’t be left behind. Even if you wish to keep an offline store, an online presence is the best way to enter new markets and conveniently reach your customers. It’s also an affordable way to market and carry out branding campaigns. That said, here’s a small business guide to Shopify.

The best part is that Shopify lets you do this without breaking a sweat! A Direct-to-Customer (D2C) subscription service that makes it possible for small businesses to set up websites, receive payments online, and process orders, makes setting up an online store effortless. Shopify even has built-in marketing and analytics tools to grow your business.

How to Set up Shopify

Shopify is very easy to use. Indeed, you can open an account now to begin a 14-day trial. Registration involves submitting an email address, creating a password, and providing a store name. From there, you need to;

  • Fill out your details
  • Add a domain
  • Select a theme
  • Customize your store
  • Setup checkout and shipping
  • Set up payments and taxes
  • Begin adding products

It’s a very straightforward process. Check out the On-Deck infographic for more details on how to set up your account. You’ll also find a few valuable tips in this guide to Shopify to help start your Shopify journey with a bang.

About Mike Gingerich

Mike Gingerich, President of Digital Hill & TabSite is a business blogger Marketer and Consultant. Part geek, part marketer, part strategist, total fitness and running junkie. Mike is an author and speaker, having presented at Social Media Week Lima, Social Media Camp (Canada) and more. Mike is a marketing, social media, and business startup enthusiast with 10+ years experience building apps, consulting, and training businesses with winning integrated strategies. Mike loves deploying tactics to increase awareness, sales, and maximize ROI in both B2B and B2C markets via digital media.