How to Edit Home Page of Shopify Store (Banners & Collections)

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Hi everyone. Welcome to Today. we are going to teach you that how you can update banners, text and different kind of features of your home page using the theme options. First of all, you click on online store, and you will come to themes, and over here you will see the option. these are your backup themes, and that is your live theme. so you can click on simply customized. It will open up the theme, and it will open up the options where you can update the theme, you know, basically banners and text. It also varies according the se, features changed according to the theme. So if you are using any paid theme, or if your developer did a customized theme for you, they have like, you know, they might be different options over here. But we know in our team, we try to make the theme maximum customizable. So customer can easily customize the theme. So you can see the options over here, first of all image slider. So these are the sliders for the gallery. You can add up to five slides there, but we already have, like, two banners there, so you can change the picture, simply click on change. image you can change the picture. and if you want to link to any collection or our products, you can simply go ove r here, and you can select the collection you want to link or a product you want to link. So it’s very easy over here. as you can see, the next option is the image sliders. and you know that text this is dynamic, mostly the developers. What they do is they make that as an image, so you don’t have access to change that. But in our team, we try to, you know, maximize the options for the customer so they can easily, you know, added that kind of stuff. Next thing is category box is the same thing. You simply click on category boxes. You can upload the picture. You can change the collection link, and you can, you know, do whatever you want. and if you can see an image slide, you have option to, you know, basically update the text update the, you know, text to information over here. So next best sellers. So you can select the products you want to show under the you know, category box as well. Sorry. The, and if you look at that trending look, we have this option over here. You can see the images you want to update, because these are the just different pictures of models you can have like any text. any category name over here and same shop by look is another option that you can have the shop by look or your collections images there. and then you can basically divert people to update that. and this is basically the SEO base content. We have that in every of over website, because if you have planned to do the SEO, you need to have this some space on the home page to add the SEO based content. and basically, that’s like, you know, pretty much it. This is the widget Instagram widget. This is dynamic, which is app for that. and if you look at my previous videos, you will able to see how you can, you know, basically update in navigation menu and how you can update the footer menu. So hopefully that video helps you understand how you can, you know, basically use the your theme Editor to update the files on your themes, the pictures on your theme and links on your theme if you have any questions you can call us, or you can email us at Thank you for watching.

Edit & Customize the Layout of Your Shopify Store

Although you selected a Shopify theme that is ideal for your store, you may still be dissatisfied with how it looks. You have the option of customizing the arrangement of your home page on Shopify.

Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to change the layout of your Shopify store using the site editor. EcomBack can teach you how to modify things like featured collections, banners, as well as other aspects of your page.

How to Edit Shopify Home Page

  1. Go to the Online Store on the left sidebar of the admin screen.
  1. To edit the home page, select Customize.
  1. On the left side of the screen, you’ll see a list of sections on the page, including the header, images, text, footers, etc. The home page includes a header and a footer by default.
  1. The banner (or Slideshow) has an unlimited amount of Image Slides. You can also link the image to a certain collection, product, blog, or page. The sections of the body can be added or removed (there should be at least one section).
  1. To add a section, select Add Section. A list of available sections may be added, including blog posts, featured collection, gallery, image with text, slideshow, featured product, map, rich text, testimonials, and video.
  1. Add a Featured collection to the home page by clicking Add section, then choose Featured collection. You can choose from a list of options such as the heading and the number of rows and the products per row of the grid.
  1. To add an image, click Select image. You can either upload your own image or use one from the free Shopify gallery.
  1. Change the text overlay by scrolling down the left sidebar to access the Heading and Text boxes.
  1. Once you are satisfied with the changes, click Save.

EcomBack Has Top-Notch Shopify Store Services for Your eCommerce Business

EcomBack is a Shopify Partner with extensive expertise in providing high-quality Shopify store design and development services. Our staff has worked on several e-commerce sites and created Shopify stores with incredible themes, features, and designs.

Email us at for any questions about your Shopify Home page!

How to Add Domain Name on Shopify | EcomBack

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Hi everyone. Welcome to Today we are going to teach you that how you can connect your store with a domain. If you have a new store and you want to connect your domain or you want to connect your store to another domain so we’ll just show you the simple process. It’s very easy. Just need to click on Settings in your store. Click on domains. You’ll see the se ttings menu? Click on domains. Here you can buy a new domain from Shopify or you can simply connect your existing main. I just say connect existing domain. So for example, I say like Okay, so we just need to try some unique name. So we’ll say EcomBack. Let’s see if it’s work or not. Okay, so it’s So it say namecheap. So you can basically if it’s with GoDaddy, it will show GoDaddy. If it’s with any other third party, it’ll show you that you just need to log into your domain provider and you just need to update the A record and you can basically update the CNAME. So if we click on that so you will see that instructions over here . So Shopify normally give you the CNAME and the other information. You click on the so simply click on Verify Connection. If you don’t know if you want to find what is the CNAME and the A record and it will show you the required is this one th e IP which is A record and the CNAME should be So you can copy that. You can go into your domain a record domain properties are domain settings. Just just update the existing A record to this IP or you can add new one. Just use the A record and add sign and if you want to go in CNAME, you just simply update the existing CNAME or add a new one with WWW sign. Hope this video will help you. Thank you.

Add Custom Domain Name in Shopify

Adding a domain to your Shopify store allows you to better define your brand and gain client confidence. By default, your Shopify store has a URL. Changing the web address that’s displayed requires you to add a custom domain. This is also a good tool to learn if you have a new store or want to connect an existing store to another domain.

EcomBack can teach you how to add a custom domain to your Shopify store.

How to Connect a Third-Party Domain

  1. First, click on “Settings.”
  1. Find “Domains” under “Sales channels” and click on it.
  1. You have the option to buy a new domain or connect an existing domain.
  1. To connect an existing domain, first enter the URL in the text box.
  1. The next step is to verify the third-party provider/connection. Log in to your domain provider and update A Record and CNAME.

5a. This can usually be found in your DNS Settings or Domain List.

5b. Shopify will provide the required IP address and CNAME that you need to change the existing ones to. For instance, the CNAME (www) should be changed to

5c. The A Record is updated by changing the old IP address to the Shopify IP address, which is: You also may need to change the Host to “@

  1. To finish the process, click on “Verify connection” on Shopify. It may take up to 48 hours for the domain name to change.

You can add up to 10 domains or subdomains. If you have the Shopify Plus plan, then you can add up to 1,000. In addition, when you add a domain to Shopify, a new TLS certificate is automatically created at no extra cost to you.

EcomBack is the Top Shopify Store Service Provider for eCommerce Businesses

EcomBack is a Shopify Partner that has extensive expertise in creating excellent Shopify store design and development solutions. Our team of Shopify designers and developers has assisted with the creation of numerous e-commerce shops using customized themes and features that go above and beyond expectations.

If you have any more questions about your Shopify store or wish to explore other strategies for boosting your e-commerce business, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our helpful customer service team.

How to Add, Create, and Manage Shopify Discount/Coupon/Promo Codes on Shopify Store

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Hi everyone. Welcome to Today we are going to teach you that how you can add discount codes in shopify. It’s very easy, and I think most of you already know that. But you know it’s for people that who need to understand that are new users. So let’s click on discounts. And when you click on discounts, you come to this page. There are two kind of disco unts, automatic discounts and you can manually basically create discounts. So let’s create the normal discount, okay, so we’ll say that discount code or automatic discounts, let’s say discount code. Here you will get four options. First, you can type any discount like free20. And if you want to give the percentage, you can say 20% off on all other products or collections. So that’s your option that I’m going to do that on all products. And you can say, okay, minimum spending should be $100 if they want to get 20% discount. Or you can select, okay, you have to apply to three products minimum to get a discount. So that’s entirely your choice. So we say like $100 on that. And if it’ s eligible for every customer, specific customers or specific group of customers, that’s your choice. Also you can use like limit the usage as well. So, we will do that limit to one user per customer. So we can use that. So that’s how you can set up the percentage discount. There is a fixed discount. We click that, we say, okay, the value should be $100 and it has to be like discount is like $10 discount, for example. So if somebody buy the $100 product, it will get $10 discount that will be 1 0% for that. So same things, you can enable the date, like what date? You enable that or you want to set end date. So that’s entirely on you. That how you want to set that up. The third discount is free shipping. So you can have this discount name like free shipping, free S, and you can select to what country you want to select. I just want to use that in United States of US. And you can do the shipping rates, exclude and minimum requirements selling you $100. If you spend $100, you’re going to get free shipping on that. So that’s how you can set up the free shipping. And the fourth one is buy X and get Y free. So that’s a good one. Basically most people like that and want to use that. So it can be use d on quantity, it can be used on purchase amount. So for example, if it’s on quantity, for example, I say, okay, you buy two specific collection and specific products. You need to choose the products from here, okay? And you’re going to get one of these products free. For example, if you’re buying a shirt and a hat, you’re going to get like Trouser free or you’re going to like pants, jeans and shirt. You’re going to get like cap free. So that’s what you can do, okay? And it can be free, it can be percentage. So that’s entirely on you, that how you want to select that. And again usage limit eligibility criteria, that’s entirely upon you. Then other one is minimum purchase amount. For example if you spend $100 on specific products, right you can get like one product free so that’s again on percentage and that’s on free as well. So that’s how you can set up the manual discounts. Now let’s go to the automatic discounts. So click on automatic discounts and clic k on create automatic discount. That discount will apply that customer don’t need to add any kind of coupon code. Once they reach to a certain level they will automatically get a discount. For example the percentage discount is like 10% discount ap plies on all products if the customer shopping cart reaches $200 and same thing applies with the fixed discount and buy x get y free discount. So pretty much the system is same but in the first option customer need to basically add a coupon code. So you can use that for your email marketing, for your campaigns, for your Facebook ads, for your Google ads, you can use the coupon code and you can get this discount but this discount is both discounts are good but most people go for the manual discou nt because you have more chance to sell your products. So hopefully that video will help you guys and if you have any questions you can feel free to email us at or you visit our website and call our support as well. Hope . Thank you very much.

Discount Codes for Your Shopify Store

A great marketing strategy for your Shopify store is offering discounts to your customers.

EcomBack will teach you how to add discount codes to your Shopify store.

How to Create a Discount Manually

  1. On the left-hand side, under “Marketing,” you will see “Discounts.” Click on this to get started.
  1. There are two options: Automatic discounts and creating one manually. Manually create a discount count by clicking on “Create Discount Code” in the “Discount codes” section.
  1. First, enter a code that customers can enter at checkout. For instance: “Free20.”
  1. There are four types of discount codes to choose from. Percentage, Fixed amount, Free shipping, and Buy X get Y.
  1. The “Countries” section allows you to limit the discount to either all countries or selected countries. You can also exclude shipping rates over a certain amount.
  1. For the percentage option, you can type in “Value” a percentage to give shoppers 20% off (or however much you want), a fixed amount lets you discount an item to a specific price you want, and buy x get y allows for a discount such as “Buy 1 Shirt Get 1 Hat Free” or “Buy 2 Shirts Get 1 Free,” and so forth.
  1. If you want this discount to apply to all products, then you will select “All products” in the “Applies to” section. You can also apply it to specific collections or specific products.
  1. For “Minimum requirements,” you can set a minimum purchase amount (For example: customers can only get a discount if they spend a minimum of $100), or a minimum quantity of items. You can also select “None.
  1. There is also a “Customer eligibility” section to target a specific group of customers, specific customers or allow everyone to use the discount.
  1. The “Usage limits” section allows you to limit the number of times a customer can use the discount or limit the number of times the discount can be used in total.
  1. Lastly, set a start date and start time as well as an end date as well. If you set an expiration date for a discount, then it will deactivate at 11:59:59 PM on that day.

How to Create Automatic Discounts

The steps are the same as above.

Shopify store owners can offer customers discounts that apply automatically at checkout. Just like for the manual discounts, you can create percentage, fixed amount, or buy X get Y automatic discounts.

For an automatic discount to apply the right way, your customers need to add all eligible products to their cart, including the items that they need to buy to qualify for the discount and items that they get as part of the promotion.

You can have only one active automatic discount at a time. Plus, automatic discounts take precedence over discount codes, which means customers cannot apply several different discounts to one order. If the customer has an automatic discount applied to their checkout, then they can’t use any other discount code.

Important Things You Should Know About Discount Codes for Shopify

  • You can duplicate a discount on a mobile device (in the Shopify mobile app)
  • A discount code can apply to a maximum of 100 specific products and variants.
  • There is a limit of 20,000,000 unique discount codes for each Shopify store.
  • Discount codes can’t be activated when an automatic discount is in use.
  • Try not to use special characters in the name of the discount code.
  • If you add a product variant to a discounted collection, then the discount applies to every version of the product.
  • The majority of discounts cannot be applied to gift cards. However, a product-specific discount can work if the product is a gift card.

EcomBack Has Stellar Shopify Store Services for Your eCommerce Business

EcomBack is a Shopify Partner with a ton of experience providing top-notch Shopify store design and development services. Our team has worked with a wide range of e-commerce sites to build Shopify stores with custom themes and out-of-this-world features and designs.

Don’t be afraid to reach out to us if you have any more queries regarding your online Shopify store or if you need other ways to improve your e-commerce bu

Shopify Navigation Tutorial | How to Create Drop-Down Menus, Footer, and Main Menu in Shopify Store

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Hi everyone. Welcome to Today I’m going to teach you that. How you can set up the navigation in Shopify. So first of all, you click on online store and then you click on Navigation. Basically, navigation is the top navigation or any navigation menu. It can be the footer menu, it can be the main navigation menu, or it can be any menu that your coder is bas ically coded inside the shopify. You can add more menus there. But in our theme, we have like two menus. One is the catalog menu and one is the footer menu. You can see quick links. So, if you want to add a new collection, a new collection over there, then we will teach you that how you can do that. So first of all, you click on the main menu. This is the main menu. And you need to make sure that you have some collections already added in the collection menu. If you want to know how you can add new Collection in Shopify, you. Can follow our videos on our channel. It’s already there. So in previous video, we added some collection. It’s Testing collection and testing category. So we are going to add a n ew item, testing Collection. That will be the name that will show in menu and then you can share. You can find the required collection here. If you type collection testing, you will see it will show one result there. So testing collection. So tex ting category, right? And what was the name? It’s test collection. So let’s write test only because we need to connect collection with that. So test collection is there and I’m just going to add that. Okay, now I will add another one. Testing, testing category. I just add that. After that, you need to save the menu. So the menu is saved. Now we’re going to refresh the page on home page. So let’s see. Sometimes it does take. Time to show these things here because theme upgrad e takes sometimes take time. So I just refresh the page again and you can see testing collection, testing category there. Now if you want to drag, if you want to have a drop down menu, for example, I just move that under category there and this one u nder there. Okay, so it’s a two level menu. Again, it will take like a few seconds to refresh the page. So we can just keep refreshing it, see if it works. Just make sure you save it. Okay? Save okay, there you go. So you can see the Testing collection, testing category there. If you want to create the third level of menu, so you can simply have this drag. So it’s first level, second level, third level. Save this one. And again, you just need to wait for like a few seconds and it will show that over here. Okay, so we refresh that now and click on the menu. See, this is the first level, testing collection, testing category. So that’s under that collection link. So that’s how you can set up the menu. H opefully this video will help you to understand the navigation thing. And if you have any question, you can feel free to email us at or you can visit our website for further information or our contact number. Thank you.

Shopify Navigation

Here at EcomBack – we teach you what we know best. We’ll teach you about using Shopify and how you—a store owner—can implement these lessons and significantly improve your eCommerce business.

If you have a Shopify store, then you need to know how to link your collections to the Main Navigation menu. You can add anything you want to the main menu, whether that be collections, products, and other web pages.

Making a decision about online store navigation is important. Store owners need to think about how they want customers to find products and information about their eCommerce business.

A menu can direct and help navigate the customer to the categories and/or catalog of your shop, whether that be a separate section for apparel, jewelry, etc., as well as quick links to your blog posts, store policies, email links, and social media accounts.

The best part about this tutorial is that you don’t need to have any coding skills! EcomBack Shopify Experts help eCommerce business store owners create and manage navigation to link collections, products, and pages on Shopify. It’s really that easy.

By using our steps below, you can help customers find what they are looking for faster than ever before.

How to Set Up Navigation in Shopify:

  1. Click on “Online Store” on the left-hand side of the page, under “Sales channels.”
  1. Click on “Navigation.”
  1. In the “Menus” section, there can be a Footer menu and the Main Menu. Click on the main menu.
  1. Among your list of menu items, “Add menu item” to include a collection. The link and name should correspond to the collection you want customers to see on the main menu. For instance, in your “Collections,” if you have one for Apparel, then you should add a menu item that says “Apparel.”
  1. Then, save the menu by hitting the “Save” button on the top right.

Set up drop-down menus in your Shopify store:

You can use drop-down menus to group pages together and make it even easier for customers to navigate your online store. This is used when you have a lot of products, and you want to add them to a collection for organization purposes.

To make any of the main menu items into a drop-down menu, all you have to do is drag one of the items underneath another, making it a “two-level menu.” You can also make a three-level menu that requires you to repeat the step—drag a menu item underneath the item on the second level.

Make sure you save any changes.

Once your Shopify store is more navigable and organized, this can help with SEO, rankings, and more.

Get Expertise Shopify Store Services from EcomBack

EcomBack is a Shopify Partner with over ten years of expertise designing and developing top-notch Shopify stores. Our team has assisted with projects for a wide range of e-commerce businesses by building Shopify stores utilizing bespoke themes and incredible features.

If you have more questions about your Shopify store or other ways to improve your e-commerce business, don’t be scared to contact us.

EcomBack Helps to Bring More Traffic to Your Shopify Website

Marketing & Promoting Your Shopify Store

We get that you want to market your Shopify store. You’re a business owner, after all, and you want what’s best for your brand. However, if you are doing any of these things below, we’re here to tell you that this is probably ruining your traffic, thus not bringing as many customers as you could be to your online Shopify store.

The majority of people don’t even know that they are making these mistakes, and that’s okay! That’s why we’re here.

At EcomBack, we help Shopify store owners improve their website performance, traffic, sales, and SEO by optimizing their online stores for best results. Our team can give you solutions to fix your Shopify site and bring the right customers to your store to produce more revenue.

These are just 10 reasons as to why you may not be getting enough traffic on both your online store and e-commerce website. However, there are many other ways to optimize your Shopify store for SEO. The tips down below should just help get your website off to the right start, even if you don’t know anything about marketing, error codes, redirect links, or SEO.

10 Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting Enough Traffic to Your Shopify Website

  1. Forgotten Noindex Tag

Many Shopify store owners don’t realize that by not having a noindex set up on their product pages, Google is indexing them, and thus you are losing ranking opportunities. This can be quite bad for your SEO, so always double-check your top sites to be sure.

A lot of the e-commerce platforms allow you to noindex pages simply by pressing a button. There is even a Shopify app that helps you with this called Sitemap & NoIndex Manager.

  1. Not Enough Content

We understand that most business owners aren’t writers by trade, but you would be amazed at the number of websites we see with blog posts that are under 300 words. Thin content isn’t going to rank well.

Your content is your shop’s value, so always ensure to write detailed and helpful content that your customers will actually read and won’t waste their time on a bunch of nonsense. Just make sure you’re covering every single aspect of your article’s topic and write at least 500-2,000 words.

  1. Excessive Anchor Text-Rich Internal Links

Don’t put the same anchor link for a single term in every blog post. Plus, the words need to sound natural. “Click here,” “Learn more,” or “Shop our collection” are great examples. The same thing applies to the number of links as it does for the quality. You should link within your posts, but you should also know that Google tracks how many times a word appears on an entire page.

For example, if the word ‘bracelet’ is linked four times, this is way too much and can kill SEO for this site. Show other collections on the website, so visitors know there are many options. Also, including other relevant keywords makes sense – e.g., silver bracelets.

  1. High Resolution, Non-Compressed Images

In some cases, Shopify merchants are using large high-resolution images without compressing them. High resolution is excellent, but non-compressed images won’t do well from Google Image search. For instance, these images result in bandwidth overload and the slower page load times that Google hates to see!

Also, having too many products with different sizes of an image on one product page slows down the loading time so keep this under control as well. Try not to have more than three or four images for a single product page if possible.

  1. Irrelevant and Intrusive Pop-Up Ads

If you have pop-ups throughout the whole page that ruins the user experience, your Shopify store is not going to do as well as it could be. The pop-ups should provide value to the site visitor and not just be there to generate ad revenue.

For instance, adding pop-ups that announce holiday sales for your Shopify store is a great way to promote your products without being intrusive or annoying. Also, keep the pop-ups where they won’t be in the way as much.

  1. Pages with Error Codes

A 400 bad request response status code means that the server cannot or will not process the request due to something that a client has done wrong.

The opposite would be a 500 internal server error response code, which indicates that it is the server’s fault as it encountered an unforeseen condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request.

You need to fix both these errors.

  1. Redirect Loops

Check your redirects, especially for any category or landing pages that could have been moved. This is a common problem that we see after migrations and right before launch when we’re testing everything out.

Many times, you’ll remove old pages or combine content and employ 301 redirects. However, when you do these 301 redirects, something odd happens: if you move one page to another and then that page is subsequently deleted, the resulting URL should be redirected back to the original page.

You don’t want a 301 redirect loop, and you don’t want your visitors to go directly from one URL to another via 301 redirects; make sure they go straight to the final URL of your redirection scheme before updating them.

The easiest way to check this is to find a random product and enter its URL into a service tool, go through any redirects that might come up, and then try searching for it in Google. If it comes up with no results, then there may be something wrong with either your shop or that product.

  1. Orphaned Pages

Don’t get linked to anything internally. You may have the most magnificent piece of content in the world, but if no one knows about it, it’s worth nothing; you won’t obtain any rankings from it. As a result, make sure your relevant links connect to your great material.

Make sure that you don’t spend all this time creating content just for nobody to read it. It’s a good rule of thumb to interlink three distinct pieces of content in order to avoid wasting money on something that will be useless.

  1. Links to Redirected Pages

You should repair any broken internal connections and redirect if you have them. Change or delete the old internal links and replace them with the appropriate ending location. So, whenever you add 301 or 302 redirects, alter your internal links.

  1. Internal Broken Links

As your business becomes more established, you’re going to have broken links; it’s only natural for people with older sites. So make sure they’re cleared out once a quarter. This will not only clean up any mistakes you might have from the past, but it will also help to boost your rankings.

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Optimize Your Shopify Speed – How to Improve Performance | EcomBack

Improve Website Performance

Page speed is crucial for e-commerce stores. There’s a possibility that your business is losing sales due to a poor user experience caused by lengthy load times. Shopify stores with slow loading times can cause an increase in bounce rate, dissatisfied customers, damaged reputation, lower SERP ranking, lost conversions, and shopping cart abandonment. The faster the website gets for the user, the greater the user experience. It’s that simple.

Dozens of factors can impact your site’s speed – from sluggish servers, errors, page weight, image sizes to obsolete code. Most of these are easy to fix, especially with the EcomBack team on your side.

Learn more about shopify store speed optimization and the services we provide below.

What Are the Advantages of a Fast-Responding Shopify Store?

  • Customers will be loyal to your e-commerce business if the site is easy to buy products from.
  • Conversion rates will improve significantly, mainly since slower load times result in higher abandonment rates.
  • Mobile traffic performance is ten times better, and visitors get the rapid results they want.
  • Google PageSpeed Index rewards faster online stores by ranking them higher in search results.
  • This is self-explanatory, but a fast-responding Shopify store will bring a better user experience overall. The site needs to be fast to get customers to stay.

Issues That May Be Slowing Your Website:

  • Large image sizes can slow your loading time due to the heavy “page weight,” which refers to not only the size of the picture but also how many images are on a page. In addition, the formatting, resolution, dimension, and quality can all be factors that are hindering your website’s performance.
  • Page weight refers to page size as well as the style sheets, documents, and images used. If there is an excessive amount of content on the web page, customers will have a terrible user experience waiting for it to finish loading. A heavy page weight can also mean that there are unnecessary plugins or a high number of requests from your browser.
  • There should be as few HTTP requests as possible from the server to the browser in order for your page to load at an optimal speed. This means you may need to reduce image sizes, optimize JavaScript and CSS files, merge JS files, and use a CDN (Content Distribution Network).
  • Too many redirects can rank your site lower as well. This can be solved by simply implementing a 301 permanent redirect, adding canonical tags to manage duplicate content, checking for broken links, or even removing old redirects.
  • Other issues include render-blocking, unclean code, excessive Flash content, and more

How We Can Help Speed Up Your Shopify Site

If you didn’t know already, an average of 70% of users would leave an e-commerce website if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. Impatience is typical nowadays, especially with consumers who are used to buying things in seconds just by using their fingertips on a keyboard or touch screen.

At EcomBack, we guarantee that we can get your page ranking among the top Search Engine Result Page. This is done by solving your slow site problems, like getting a higher score in Google PageSpeed Insights, fixing Core Web Vitals issues, optimizing Shopify theme speed, fixing troubleshoot issues, and more. Better yet, we’ll help you maintain your site speed even after we are done.

Contact us today and see how fast your Shopify store can be!

The Shopify Store Speed Optimization Process


EcomBack’s team of Shopify experts will evaluate your website and find ways to improve the speed as well as fix any other issues.


We devise speed optimization plans and share with you our report and recommendations.


The team will then begin the optimization process according to the report.


Once Shopify site speed optimization is complete, we’ll share the website reports following Google Page speed guidelines and GT Metrix.

The Benefits of Shopify Store Development Services | EcomBack

The Look of Your Shopify Store Matters

Even the most minute details of your online store’s design matter. A unique, SEO-friendly theme can ensure shoppers that your business is worth buying from. Maximize your conversions with sophisticated wireframing, prototyping, as well as browser and device compatibility optimization, and others. These improvements will increase your ROI and business revenue.

There are many steps that will lead you to provide a positive shopping experience for customers. However, design is the top priority in making sure that visitors are satisfied enough to stay on the Shopify store and purchase products from your e-commerce business.

In this blog, EcomBack can help you design a custom Shopify theme that is one-of-a-kind and captivates an entire crowd of customers.

Highlight Your Brand Personality

The most important asset as an e-commerce business is your brand. An essential aspect, branding your store’s personality can play a critical role.

For instance, a brand that is:

  • Sophisticated
  • Fun
  • Calm
  • Honest
  • Friendly
  • Trustworthy
  • Authentic
  • Knowledgeable
  • Attractive

Whatever it may be, your Shopify store’s brand will attract customers that share a similar personality or one that they love.

What is the Point of a Shopify Theme?

A theme is a framework that controls an online store’s appearance, feel, and operation. This is critical for businesses to communicate their brand’s personality to consumers in a creative and visually appealing manner. For a company’s success, good theme creation that meets high standards and entices people to visit the site may be crucial.

The Shopify platform is one of the most popular e-commerce solutions on the market. It has a variety of visual templates and developer designs for designers, as well as a slew of other features that allow you to sell physical and digital products.

Shopify Store Theme Development Services:


EcomBack will manually examine a Shopify custom theme design against technical criteria.


The designers pick out custom blocks, sections, and settings that showcase your company’s distinctiveness. Then, we bring the idea to reality by creating a Shopify theme that represents your brand.


You may modify your site by customizing it with apps that are tailored to your unique requirements and offer useful functions for a better user experience.


This is the Shopify theme in action. It will give you a sense of how the Shopify theme will look.


We’ll conduct a number of tests to ensure that your unique Shopify theme is free of errors and meets all technical requirements for your company’s website, such as site speed and device compatibility with iOS, Android, and browser versions.

Final Product

Your Shopify online store is now complete, and it’s ready to go live. EcomBack’s Shopify theme specialists convert your site and publish it for you. You may now check out your lovely new website.

Work with Us

EcomBack, as a Shopify Partner, is one of the most experienced Shopify store design and development agencies, having created custom themes for a wide range of e-commerce businesses.

Our Shopify theme designers may assist you in improving customer retention, conversions, and revenue. We can enhance every aspect of your Shopify store and create an excellent theme that corresponds to your digital brand identity using the greatest standards.

Also, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding your Shopify store and other ways we can help your e-commerce business.

EcomBack Shows You How to Add Products to Your Shopify Store

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In this video we are going to teach you how you can add a product in a shopify. So when you open up Shopify store, click on Products, all Products and then click on Add Product. Over here you will see this is a product item and this is a description. So you can type anything over here in description. You got multiple options. You can embed a picture over here. You can simply use a picture that you already uploaded. You can get pictures that you already have in the gallery, or you can even copy and paste the URL from any third source. For example, I have this picture o ver here. I’m just going to copy the image link and I just paste that over here. And when I click Insert Image, it will automatically insert the picture inside the shopify. You can click in Insert Picture, Insert Image and that will insert the picture over here. I’m going to delete that because the picture size is quite big. There’s another option. If you want to embed a video, you can click Insert Video. You can embe d a YouTube video over here. So you can simply go on YouTube, click on Share Embed code and just copy this code, okay. And you’ll go back to your screen again. Just paste that over here and insert you will see the videos copied over here. So that’s how you can add the pictures and add the videos inside the description. If you want to add like a gallery picture, this is the description. These are the gallery pictures, the actual pictures of your product. You can either upload from your PC, from your computer, from your Mac, or you can also embed it from a third party URL like we did earlier. You can simply go on the third party link, copy image link. You can paste that over here, add image. It will automatically add the picture. You can add multiple pictures as well. For example, I’m going to add a picture again. I’m just going to add image. So I have two pictures over here. You can drag and drop the pictures. You can make the master picture. You can delete the picture s. There’s multiple options over here. If you want to add, this is the product pricing. For example, the product price is $80 and it is sorry $8 and it’s comparable price. Compare price is the actual price. So for example, if you want to put a pr oduct on a sale, you can say compare price is $10 and actual price is $8. So it will show you the product as $2 on sale. And this is for the cost per item. So that’s for your personal use only inventory. You can have a school number, SKU number. You can have one barcode GTIN. This is for Google and for the ebay listings. So you can add any number there that you have for your stock. If you want to track the quantity, you can mark that as tick. And if you want to selling when out of stock, you can mark that tick as well. Right now we are going to make as a single product. This is a physical product that’s in store product. Product weight is going to be pounds or kilos. We say for example, it ‘s one kilo. And then you can select the country. I’m going to select United States. And HS is Harmonized systems code that can be used for Canadian users. This product have yes, it does have size and colors. For example, you can say size, I’m going to write small, medium, large. And if you have a different option, for example, color I can say black, red. Okay, and it’s done it. And after that you can come over here. You can select if you want to have a different price for different colors, you can update over here. If you have a different quantity, you can update over here. SKU will automatically be generated over here. But you can update that. And barcode you can add over here. And after that, on the right hand side, if you look at that, you can see vendor is Nike. Okay, I’m going to add that product type. It can be any product. I have different product type. You can do. So there are lots of products. I can say shoes. Shoes, okay. And then collection. So as you can see earlier in part one of the video, we added a test collection. So you can select a collection over here. I’m going to select test collection. Okay? And then it’s a tag. For example, tag is pric e. Price. These tags are used for the filters. Price, you can say between price 1 to $1,000. Okay, so they have different tags. It means every programmer, it depends upon your programmer, the way he coded it. Some programmer code like that, 1 to 1000, right? Whatever tag they added for you, you can use the same formula over here and over templates, we’re going to use the default template because some people have different templates for different theme, if you have shoes theme, you have shirts theme. So you c an ask the developer to have a different kind of templates over here. And you can select what template you want to sign to this product. So I’m going to save this product for now. Okay, over here we scroll down. You can see we can have the image op tions if you want to upload a different pictures or if you want to assign a different picture to different products. For example, if you have black shoes, red shoes, and you can upload the pictures over here, you can assign the relevant variant picture t o a product. So this is a flexibility in this shopify variant. And another thing is if you click on edit SEO website SEO, you can simply edit the this is for the SEO purpose. You can have your own product title. You can have your own meta description, your own URL. This is for the SEO purpose. You can also control that. And I’m going to mark this product as an active. Okay, now the product is saved. Now we are going to see that on the front end of Shopif y, some products are already added there. I have just added this product. So you can see product title, the actual price, and this price we have on sale. So you can see over here. So you can see we have like small, medium, large. So small, medi um and large. I have small in stock. Medium is not large is not in stock because I haven’t added any inventory in that products. So this is the product large page. You can see description video. I embedded over there. And I have video over here as well. Okay, so you can see the sizes available. The not available ones are already strike out. And these are the variants and colors. So it’s very simple that way. You can add the products in Shopify. If you have a ny question, you can email us and we will be happy to help you. You can contact us at Thank you.

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Adding products to a Shopify store can be a daunting task for any merchant, no matter how experienced they may be. EcomBack will walk you through everything from choosing a product to creating listings and setting up shipping profiles. We can help your workload more manageable by making selling a simple process with the best tips and tricks.

Follow the Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. First, select “Products” and then click the tab underneath “All products.”
  2. Select the “Add product” button located in the top right corner.
  3. You will then insert your Product Title and Description.

The description section has the option to embed an image or video as well.

  1. Once that is complete, you may also include a gallery or master photo in the “Media” section. Play around with multiple images and videos until you are satisfied with how it looks.
  2. The next step is adding the price. In “Pricing,” you can enter the price as well as the “Compare at a price,” which is useful for when you want to have discounts or sales.
  3. In the “Inventory” section, you can enter the SKU code and the Barcode (ISBN, UPC, GTIN, etc.), which can be used for eBay listings, Google, etc. There is also the option to select either “Track quantity” or “Continue selling when out of stock.” Lastly, choose the number of products available.
  4. In “Shipping,” provide the weight and “Customs Information,” such as the “Country/Region of origin” and the “HS (Harmonized System) code” for Canadian users.
  5. The “Options” section allows you to include Sizes, Colors, Materials, and Styles.
  6. There is then the “Variants” portion of the page where you are able to change the price and quantity of each product variant.

There is also the option to add images to each one.

  1. Once you are done, scroll up to the top right of the page, where there will be a section titled “Organization.” You will then enter the Vendor name, Product Type, Collection, and any Tags you want.
  2. And you’re almost done! Just select your Theme Template, and don’t forget to SAVE once you have finished with everything.
  3. Another feature with Shopify is the ability to include your own SEO title and Meta description, which can be found under “Search engine listing preview.”
  4. Last but not least, change the “Product Status” to Active, and your new product page is live!

If you’re still unsure what to do, let an EcomBack representative know by contacting us today. We are your reliable Shopify partners and have many services and solutions in our pockets that will enhance your Shopify store.

For more information, visit our Shopify Store Development services main page.