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Shopify User Reviews:
submitted by: Patti V - Jul 26, 2010
I have used Shopify, and this was a great start because everything is installed for you, and all you have to do is pay a simple monthly fee, however Ė it doesnít have necessary features to run a successful business online such as a customer database and email marketing features. You should look into a total online business platform such as http://www.haikuob.com which handles shopping cart, website, customer database and marketing features. Itís a hosted solution so you donít have to worry about the technical stuff either. All the other bases are also integrated, such as the payment gateways, shipping modules etc., and you can even give your customers coupons and vouchers. Itís an all in one solution so you donít need to juggle multiple systems.
submitted by: Mj Wilson - Feb 26, 2010
On the surface, Shopify looks like it tops the competition, but only a few days into setting up a new shop and you realize that their templates are very limited. The templates are built on blog layouts which don`t offer enough options for a shopping cart. There was no way to build categories and subcategories with this software. Great bunch of people, but they really need to add more to their templates before they can be used by most stores.
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