Ezra Firestone of Smart Marketer has developed a 21-video course that teaches potential merchants how to earn sales on their online store.

Starting a business is always the fun part: Coming up with an idea, building an online store, and imagining all the things the business will become once it takes off. But without marketing knowledge, driving traffic and making sales can become an entrepreneur’s biggest hurdle on the road to success.

Luckily, there’s a simple solution: a course on how to get your first sale on Shopify!

This free video course offers 20 video modules showing you how to make your first sale on Shopify using Facebook Ads. Covering everything from brand differentiation to pixel placement to campaign optimization, this course is designed to show you how easy it is to start and scale your business with Shopify.

 

In this 20 episode video course you’ll master the basics of eCommerce.  If you like to begin, click here to sign-up for a Shopify Trial Store, it’s completely free until your first sale!

Shopify’s feature-rich platform makes it easy for you to run your business, with updates added all the time. Every business, however, has its own unique requirements.

Is there a feature you need that you don’t see on Shopify? Let me build one for you! As a Shopify Partner, I can create a custom-built app to expand the functionality of your shop and fill a specific need.

THE SHOPIFY APP STORE:
  • The Shopify App Store highlights powerful new features, services and plugins for your Shopify store.
  • 80K Shopify stores have at least one app installed
  • 33K Shopify Apps are downloaded each month
  • 230K people visit the Shopify App Store each month
  • Shopify’s top stores often have custom apps created to fill their specific needs or use requirements

Add as many apps as you want to increase marketing capabilities, improve SEO, track sales trends and make your life easier. Apps can extend and help specialize the set-up of your shop and make it unique to suit your business’ needs, from suggesting product pairings, to creating a lookbook, to tracking user behavior and even A/B testing the shop itself.