Some Things that You Must Know About Shopify Store Management


Going live with the new Shopify theme is always great and exciting but in such excitement, it is also very easy to forget the important things and double check before launching your new Shopify store. Some of the reminders can seem a little silly but in launching several stores, there are things that you may easily overlook. Visit the Dropified website to get started.

The first thing that you should do is that you must remove the storefront password. When you have password protected the Shopify theme while you get the store ready, you must be sure that you have disabled such after launching it. As funny as it may seem, it is surprising how easy it is for owners to forget this on, particularly you, being the store administrator. Though you don’t recall setting this thing on, it is still worth it that you double check to ensure that such is turned off.

You need to access such option under the settings menu and you have to choose online store. You must then scroll down to the storefront password section and ensure that the “password protect your storefront” checkbox isn’t checked. Go to for more info.

It is also very important that you check the title tags as well as the meta description tags. By default, Shopify would automatically fill in the title as well as the meta description tags according to your product names as well as product description. But, given how important such tags are for search engine optimization, it is actually worth giving these extra attention. Well, there are tips about writing these and also the product descriptions in the past post.

It is very important that you double check that the title tag as well as the meta description tag values are not cut off mid-sentence and would properly match the information of the product.

Also, you have to make sure that your email signup forms are actually set up. When your Shopify theme has built in email singup forms, then you have to ensure that you double check that you really have connected them to the email marketing provider, whether it is Shopify’s built in system or that MailChimp.

It is surprising how often such setting would get overlooked because the email signup forms would look completely normal even if they are not configured properly. Also, you don’t like to lose the chance to collect the email addresses from those potential customers, particularly with the increased traffic that the site may get.

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