How to Build an Ecommerce Website – Start an Online Store

How to Build an Ecommerce Website – Start an Online Store

Hi, I’m Lucas and in this video I’m going
to show you how to get your own, custom branded ecommerce website up and running on the shopify
platform in under 25 minutes, even if you have no design or coding skills. For those of you who don’t know, Shopify
is a fully hosted, turnkey ecommerce solution that allows you to easily setup and run a
beautiful online store. I’ll take you through the process of starting
a store from scratch, including how to add products, how to customize the look and feel
of your site, how to set up your shipping options, how to add a custom domain and more. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have
a fully functional ecommerce website ready to accept orders. And the cool thing about
it is; we can do all this while using shopify on a free 14 day trial. Alright, let’s get started. We’ll want to type our email into the box
there and then create our password and the name of our store. Don’t worry if you haven’t
decided on the name of your store yet – you can easily go back and change your store name
later. I’m going to be selling shopify t-shirts, so I’ll go with Shopify T-Shirt Co. and
click “create your store now”. And it will just take a few moments to create our store So Shopify wants to know where we would like
to sell – we have the option of an online store and or a retail store or pop up location.
Again, we’ll focus on creating an online store for this tutorial. We’ll want to add
our address so we can set up our shop’s currency. Again Shopify just wants to know a bit more
about our plans so they can better cater to our needs.
Do we have products to sell? I’ll be starting from scratch – so I’ve selected “I haven’t
yet started selling products.” but of course select the one that best describes your situation. And “what will you sell?” I’ll be selling
t-shirts so I’ll select physical products. And then I’ll click “take me to my store”. Now that we’ve created our online store
we’ll find ourselves within the shopify admin dashboard. It’s best to think of the
dashboard as the control center for all the operations we’ll perform on our shopify
store. If at anytime we want to see what your store
will look like, we can easily click on this handy icon here. And also it’s worth noting that our store
will be password protected until we are ready to launch, at which point we can very easily
disable our password and make our store live to the public. Alright, let’s get started.
So the first thing we want to do is add a product – even if we don’t have a product
to sell yet, we’ll want to add a test one, so we can start to visualize our store. To start, we’ll select the products tab
from the panel on the left. So on this page we can add all the details
of our product. The first thing we can do is name our product. Next up is product description and this information
will be displayed with our product images. If you’re carrying products that are not
your own, we suggest you avoid copying the manufacturer’s description, because you’ll
want your product pages to look unique to a search engine. The product type; in our case T-shirts. Vendor – this refers to the manufacturer or
the vendor who sold the product to us. This Okay, so next we have the inventory and variants
section. In this section we can set up the different options for our product. The first
thing we can do is add the price of our t-shirt, let’s say $15 and if we had a price that
was higher before, or if we want our customers to see our product as on sale -we can add
a higher compare at price. If we have a SKU or bar code for our product
we can add it here. “Require shipping address”. If we’re
selling a digital product or service or really anything that’s not going in the mail we
can uncheck “require shipping address” but we’ll leave that checked off. If we are shipping our product we should add
the weight. It’s best to include the weight of the packaging as well. Let’s say 0.5kg. So Shopify gives us the option of whether
or not we want to track our inventory. We can easily add our quantity and when our quantity
reaches zero – subtracted once for every product sold – our product will be marked as sold
out and customers will no longer be able to order that product. We actually have a few
variations of this T-shirt so we’ll revisit inventory in just a second. We also have the option to allow customers
to order our product even if it’s out of stock – this creates a back order type of
situation. Okay, Product Options: This allows us to add
the different variables or different options of our product. Here we can add our sizes
– simply type them in and separate them with a comma. We plan to sell small, medium and large shirts
and we can also add other options like colour. And Shopify automatically create the variants
for this shirt, giving us 6 options. We can take a closer look by unclicking the
automatically creates 6 variants box and now we can add how much inventory we have of each
product. Let’s say we have 10 in each variation of this shirt. Next, we’re going to upload our product
image. Now, we already have our product photos but if you need some tips on how to take great
product photos, we have some great resources on our blog – which I’ve linked to in the
description of this video. Okay, so like I said, we’ve got a blue shirt
and a green one. Let’s add both these photos. So our product image has been added, and I’m going to go ahead and save our progress by scrolling up to the top and clicking the save button. Okay, let’s head back down and we can decide which photo we want featured by grabbing it with our mouse and moving it over.
This will be the only image that is shown before we click on this particular product. – so let’s head back to our inventory
and variants and let’s tell Shopify which images are the blue t-shirt and which are
the green ones. To do this, we’ll click the camera icon
here and you can see our variants pop up. I’ll click the appropriate one and hit save. Okay, Collections – collections are used to
organize our products into relevant groups or products that have things in common. This
is our first product and we haven’t set up any collections yet but there is a default
“frontpage” collection – which will actually feature this product on our home page – so
let’s add it to that for now. Tags. So product tags are used as any easy
way to organize products within our store. We’ll try to include a bunch of relevant
information – again enter each tag and separate them with a comma. Okay, Search Engines – this section is for
Search Engine Optimization. Shopify automatically generates a page title and page meta description
based on the information we’ve entered in the product details sections – but of course
you customize it if you wish. These details help determine how our products show up in
search engines like Google, or yahoo. Visibility. If this is a product we are working
on ahead of time and not ready to launch to the public we can leave this hidden. But if
we want it to appear in our store, we’ll select visible. When we’re done we can click save and just
like that we’ve added our first product.Now, I’m going to quickly go through the process
a few more times and add 5 more products just so we can better visualize our store. I’d
encourage everyone to do the same. Okay so we’ve got 6 products now, let’s
take a peek at what our website is looking like.
Alright, so this our home page or front page – and we can see all the products here that
we’ve added to our “frontpage” collection. If we click on any of these products we will
be taken to their product page, where we can see the different photos and our product description. Okay, so now that we’ve added a few products,
it’s time to customize the look of our store. To do this we’ll head over to our themes
section. So the theme of a shopify store controls all
aspects of the store’s appearance and layout. Now, Shopify actually automatically sets us
up with an introductory theme called “launchpad”, which you just saw. This is a great starter them and it might
suit all our needs but let’s quickly head over to the theme store and see if anything
else grabs our eye. Okay, so we’re now in the Shopify themes
store and scrolling down we can see that there are 100s of themes. Personally, I’d like
a free theme, that is mobile responsive – so let’s narrow our results a little bit here. To do this, we’ll select free from the left
side and we’ll also filter by features and select “responsive” and we’re selling
t-shirts so we’ll narrow it even more to our industry. Our list of themes have been narrowed down
significantly and I like the way the REACT theme looks. This particular theme comes with
3 different styles and I’m kind of drawn to the OAK & CO theme and we’ll just quickly
view the demo here to get a better view. Cool, so I’m pretty satisfied with the overall
layout of this theme so let’s close the demo and we’ll go ahead and click get theme. Okay, so it’s just letting us know that
we’re about to install this theme to our store and we’ll click to publish it. It’ll
just take a few moments to download the theme. Awesome, so it’s installed – let’s head
over to our theme manager. We can also access our themes manager from
the panel on the left hand side and from within our themes manager we can easily customize
our theme.Okay let’s take a quick look at the theme we just installed to see where we’re
at. Awesome- as you can see the home page is a
pretty blank slate, except for the products that we’ve added to our frontpage collection.
We’ll definitely want to add a nice banner image, and logo and maybe write some copy
to start giving our store some personality and character. Let’s head back to our themes
manager and click on customize theme. So the cool thing about Shopify is that we
don’t need to know code, or necessarily even be very tech savvy to be able to tweak
and edit the design options of our store. We can see all the colours for our theme here,
and we can easily change those colours. As we scroll down we’ll see that we can customize
our typography our fonts and font sizes and there are plenty of things we can play around
with. First things first, we’ll want to get our
logo in there and to do this, we’ll open up the “header” tab and this is where
we can upload a custom logo. Let’s click off that box there and select choose file.
For this particular theme, it’s suggested that our logo be no more than 700 pixels in
width. I’ve already got my logo created so i’ll select it now. Okay, let’s publish changes and take a look. And as you can see our logo has been added
to our store. Next let’s add a photo to that big banner image to give our store some
personality. Again, it’s important to note the pixel ratio that our theme is suggesting
– in this case we want the width to be 966 pixels wide and we’ll want to keep the height
of our images consistent if we plan on adding multiple images. Let’s head back to our theme’s editor
and for this we’ll open up the “homepage” section. Okay let’s locate slideshow image one And choose file – I’ve already
optimized our images so I’ll just locate I’ve already optimized our images so I’ll just locate it here. let’s publish that and take a peek. Great – as you can see our image has been
added and that really spices up our store a bit. We can also add additional photos to
our slideshow here if we like but I’m pretty happy with having just one image for now,
so what I’m going to do is head back to our theme settings and let it know I only
want to display one image. For this we’ll open up the “homepage” tab and Let’s locate “slideshow image 2” and
uncheck the display option. We’ll click publish changes and make sure
that’s working. Awesome, looks good. So our store is starting
to look pretty good and I think it’s a good time to add some copy to our store to give
it a bit more personality and character. Let’s start with an “about us” page. To do this we’ll click on the pages tab
on our left panel. As you can see there’s already an “About Us” page setup and ready
for us to customize. As shopify points out, a great “About Us”
page helps you build trust between you and your customers so you’ll want to take the
time to craft a really solid write up. Try to include who you are, why you sell the
items you sell, and all other relevant information. The “about us” page is a real opportunity
to share your story with your potential customers so try to focus on what makes you and your
products unique. So Shopify makes it very easy to format our
posts. We can bold and italicize words and even add photos and videos to our post by
using these icons. I’ll just add a “team photo” to give our
about us page as an example. We’ll select upload file – and choose our
photo. Now we’ll want to select our photo and choose the size. And Shopify wants to
know what size we want the photo to insert as. I’ve already cropped mine to the size
I want – so I’ll select the “original size” option. Awesome – we can see our photo has been added
and I personally think it would look better if it was in the center so, I’m going to
click on the image and select alignment from our toolbar and click “center align”. Let’s hit save and take a look. and I’m just going to refresh – Cool, so we’ll just click on the “About Us” section. Awesome, so we can see its been customized – our photo is right there in the middle and it looks great Let’s head back to our admin – Okay, let’s head back to our pages. As we
can see there’s also a “frontpage” section set up in addition to our “about us” page.
This is the text that will show up on our front page. Right here – and this text offers
us a chance to welcome customers to our store or communicate our message or mission to our
customers as soon as they land on our website. Now, we’ll probably want to change the title
– let’s go with “Welcome” and we’ll just add a quick message. Cool, let’s save and take a look. And there
is our welcome message – I’m happy with that. So, just below our welcome message there is
a “contact us” section. I’ll quickly show you how to update that. For this we’ll head back to our theme’s
manager and customize theme. We’ll open up the footer section and we can see the contact
information is here. If we have a physical address we can add it or any other information
we might think is relevant. The bracket br slash bracket is used to put a break in between
lines so Shopify store, space attention online Here – I’ll show you. So Shopify store – space – attention departement space etc. We strongly suggest that you do display your
contact information somewhere on your website, just so customers can easily reach you if
they have a question. But if you don’t want this information, we can also very easily
just turn that off if we don’t want to display our contact information on the front page.
Also, you have may have noticed these social links on bottom of our store. To facebook,
twitter and all the others. So, Shopify has made this very easy to link these to our social
channels. Again, we’re in the footer section of our
theme’s editor and all we have to do is paste the appropriate link in the corresponding
section. If we don’t use a certain social channel,
we’ll simply leave the field blank and the icon will be removed from our page. Let’s
say we don’t have a vimeo account – we’ll just delete the link here. And right now these
links have defaulted to link to Shopify’s channels – so let’s change the twitter link
so it links to my account. And we’ll publish the changes and have a look. So the vimeo icon is now gone – and the twitter
icon now links to where we want. Okay so, our store is looking pretty good
– we’ve added products to our catalog, we’ve added an “about us” section. What we can
now do is add our first blog post. To do this, we’ll head over to the left
hand panel and select “blog posts”. To add new blog posts we can simply select the
add a blog post button from the top right corner – but much like the about us section,
there is a template setup for our first blog Okay – so like the other pages our title is
the first thing we can add. Again, we can very easily format our text,
add photos, videos – we can add links. Then we have an excerpt section – which is
really great, especially if we have more than one blog post on our page. This section is
the preview or teaser for our blog post that will be displayed on our main blog page. Let’s add a bit of text. Beneath this area we can determine the author
of the blog post. We can choose which blog it’s in and even create a new blog for it.
We’ll keep ours in “news” for now. Next, we can add some relevant tags – these
are similar to the product tags in that they help with the organization of our blog and
below tags, we have the Search Engines section. Much like when we were adding a product, this
section is for Search Engine Optimization. The information helps determine how our blog
post will be displayed in search engines like Google. And this section has automatically been created
from the information above but of course we can customize it if we like. Next, we have the visibility section – which
lets us choose if our blog post is live on our site. It will default to “hidden”
and we can switch to visible if we’re ready to publish it. This really comes in handy
if we’re working on a post and we want to revisit it later. We also have the option
to schedule a post to be published on a specific date. Okay let’s save and have a look. So here’s our first blog post – you can
see only the excerpt section is immediately visible and once we select the post we can
read our whole blog post. Cool, so our store is looking pretty solid,
we’ve added products, we’ve added a theme, and we’ve customized it to give it some
personality and character. Let’s keep on moving and head back to our
admin and go over to our settings on the left hand panel and select payments. So, one of the most important parts of running
a business is being able to take payments securely and shopify makes this just as easy
as anything else. For merchants in the US and Canada our stores have automatically been
set up with Shopify Payments, which allows us to start accepting payments from all major
credit cards instantly. All we have to do is click to “complete
shopify payments account set up” and fill out the relevant information. And for our merchants outside of the US, and
Canada, don’t worry – Shopify has integrated with over 70 different payment partners so
there are plenty of hassle free options available. Additionally, as soon as we open our Shopify
store, we will be set up with a Paypal Express Checkout account with the email we used to
sign up for our Shopify Store. As soon as we receive our first order through PayPal
Express Checkout, Paypal will send us an email that contains the link and instructions to
complete our Paypal account set-up and claim our funds. Okay, next up let’s quickly set up our shipping
options. To do this we’ll select the shipping tab on our left panel. Okay, within the Shipping page we can decide
which countries we want to ship to – Looks like we’ve already been set up with some
basic shipping rates. We have a standard shipping option for Canada,
which is based on weight – so anything between 0-5kg will cost $10 and for heavy goods shipping
it’s set up to charge $20 for anything between 5kg and 20kg in weight. We can open each of these options here and
easily change the price per weight or even if we want to base our shipping off purchase
price instead of weight. Let’s say we want to make deliveries in Canada free with orders
over $75. We’ll change our price range to $75 and up and and make our shipping price
$0. We can also select what regions we want to
ship to. If we uncheck the box from a region we will no longer offer shipping to that area. Additionally, we can decide whether or not
we want to charge more money for certain areas. Nunavut for example is pretty remote so we’ll
add an additional $10 to our shipping rate. And then we’ll click save. We also have a basic International shipping
rate set up. We can easily tweak these rates as well or perhaps lets say we want to ship
only to the united states and canada – we can very easily remove shipping to the rest
of the world. Shopify just wants to confirm this is what we wanted to do. And we’ll click add country search for the
united states – I’ll select to add the default federal tax rates and the default tax rates
for the regions. And then select “add country” From there we can very easily edit and set
up our shipping rates much like we did with our Canadian rates. Okay, so we’ve added products, we’ve selected
and customized a theme, added an about us page and set up shipping and payments. What
we can do now is register a custom web address. Let’s head over to the “domains” section. We have the option to register an existing
domain if we already have one or the option to register a new one if we don’t. So we can choose from a bunch of domains – .com,
.info, .org and this really takes the hassle out of finding a domain name – you can search
to see if your domain name is available right within shopify and the domains are even offered
at a discounted price – generally we can expect to pay about $15/year for a .com address. As you can see the domain
is available and we can easily purchase it. And there you go, just like that, you’re
all set up with your custom branded ecommerce website. If you’re looking for more information we’ve
linked to a bunch of great resources in the description of this video that might be useful
to you on your journey of running an ecommerce website. I’d also encourage you to take
a look through the Shopify App Store, which has 100s of apps that can extend the functionality
of your shopify store. There are a variety of free and paid apps that offer powerful
features, and services in a number of different categories. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate
to leave a comment below – and if you found this video helpful, please let us know by
clicking the like button. Thanks for watching. Ready to put what you learned into action? Click to head over to and sign up for you free 14 day trial.

100 thoughts on “How to Build an Ecommerce Website – Start an Online Store

  1. I am so frustrated. When I mouse over my front page, I get a prompt "Almost There. you have no products in your front page collection. This placeholder will appear until you add a product to your front page collection." I click on "add a product" and it takes me to my featured products page and there is NO option to add anything to my front page collection. I hate the place holders because they say $19.99 and have images that don't reflect what I sell. If I can't put something in place of them, I would love to just get rid of them. Someone please help before I go insane and ditch Shopify all together.

  2. Looking for more clarity on the shipping/tax rate pages. How do you find out what the correct shipping/taxes are per zip code in the US? It defaults to $10.00, but that is not correct. Each zip code is different.

  3. What if you want to sell goods that come by the yard or metre, such as fabric? Is it possible to set it up for that? If so, could it also be possible to set it up for increments, such as 0.3 metres?

  4. Wow, there is a lot of great information presented here. Thank you for posting this. We are just starting to look at an online e-commerce store and find far too much information which becomes overwhelming. I think we're going to settle on a single source and focus our learning curve there.

  5. Do you folks have web themes to support the sale of guns and ammunition? If not, can or will you help setup one?

  6. Unless there's a deeper dashboard to be found for further tweaking attributes, I'm beyond disappointed by your current system's lack of ability to do so many things that apparently you could last November. First of all, this video needs to be redone. Keeping old tutorials public is extremely confusing, especially to new users. Secondly, the dumbing down of design on the web is bad enough as it is, but making backends ever more simple and in the course of it remove a user's ability to change type sizes or control the slideshow speed to a take it or leave it (i.e. hire a developer) interface is extremely frustrating.

  7. Is there a tutorial for using the bulk- item excel sheet? I have 60+ items to add at once and am a bit intimidated by that sheet..

  8. How do you add your drop shipper company? How does it work when the customer orders the product and the order goes to the warehouse (drop shipper) but your company gets paid? How does this work? How is the drop shipper link added?

  9. I started making a Shopify site and I signed up using a different email address than my PayPal email. Is there a way to change that now that I have my Shopify site designed the way I want? Or do I have to start all over again?

  10. I am following this tutorial, but there is no "Dashboard" tab in my Shopify account and no "handy icon" to see my store. What gives?

  11. Good One , Thanks ~~~~~ Please Be a Part of Electronic Mantra Music Festival ~~~ Please Like and keep on holding the Like Button to click on follow ~~~ or if you are on Pc then click on Get notification after clicking on Like ~~~

    Thanks and Regards
    Om Namah Shivaya~~~

  12. This is a great video. Helpful. But it would be better if you updated it to reflect the changes on the website, such as options and positioning of buttons.

  13. Can I make my own website and then upload it to Shopify? Also, can you use shopify as a drop shipper as well as another drop shipper at the same time. This will be important because I need to make sure the inventory is complete.

  14. This video is helpful. Thanks. I did notice some Shopify buttons have moved but maybe it's impossible to keep it up to date. Nevertheless I know it saved me a lot of time hunting around.

  15. It would have been nice to have been provided the link to this video within say 24 hours of purchasing a Shopify template (so that I didn't have to struggle so much to try and work it out for myself, as it not as intuitive as the sales material suggested), and it would be great if the Dashboard screen shots were updated to reflect the current (2016) design – much more relevant. PS How do I add translation options for other countries? How can I move the home page logo to another spot?

  16. Hi , I can't add products to the frontpage . I get a promt "almost there, you have no products in your frontpage , add products etc. when i click on add products itr takes me to the product page where there is no option to add them. Really frustrating.. Help Please.

  17. Thanks for simplifying things. Quick question – How do you import the inventory from the Drop Shippers? Thanks…

  18. Thanks so much for this video. It was a great help! I'm no newbie to creating websites but an e-commerce site is new for me.
    Thanks for your honest review and tips!

  19. The interface shown here is nothing like the one I'm looking at so it is now of limited use. Is there an updated version somewhere?

  20. May I sell aquarium livestock (Fish, Shrimp, etc) and Aquarium supplies (Tanks, Filters, Food, etc) too?

  21. What about actually customizing the look of the website. Adding lines…editing sections…adding search boxes and sorting options? What if you want to move something that already exists to another location on the page? What if I want my logo on certain section of the webpage…etc…or is it restrictive so that you can't change the look of the template?

  22. Do you have a video to show how to use the new screens. The template I'm using is very different to what you are showing.

  23. While in the trial period, is the store really live? I have one set up in the trial period but when I try a link in a new private window, it says product not found.

  24. Hi! Will the websites crash if there are too many visitors? Or will it be the same if I were to build from scratch.

  25. I need more information about payments method. Right now I'm still using the free trial, is there any problem for payments method for this free trial acc ?

  26. Hello! Great tutorial, it's very useful. I have a question: I want to make my website in different languages. Is there any any possibility to make it?
    I'm from Spain so I would like that my customers from Spain have the webpage in spanish.
    I also want that my customers from England see the webpage in english.

  27. Hi, I really need more information on how to setup a shop for "DIGITAL PRODUCT" because there is a lot of difference between what in this video and what we need (shipping for example don't have to be in downloadable shop so how we can process)
    Thank you

  28. If you actually want your own domain without having to use expensive clunky ones like shopify or wix then I would recommend Bluehost. Once you have your domain the support agents over the phone can literally walk you through e commerce setups step by step over the phone. They pretty much have one click e commerce layouts in their website builder and everything is right there. Worth checking out. They have a moneyback guarantee so you don't really have anything to lose 🙂 I think they have a deal going on for like 2.49 a month.

  29. Very useful information, but there's more to add. I've read here about all the SEO features, it's quite helpful.

  30. I will setup and design eye catchy SHOPIFY eCommerce store in 14-18 days, if it is not done in 18 days then you get a full refund!

  31. Are we supposed to work only with our country? Can we do international shipping via shopify?

  32. Hi all newbie and would appreciate some feedback how to get sales and what next for me after my facebook ad tests –

    no sales yet after a several days. PPE pay engagement,click to website ,click conversion lead, lots to learn on FB.


  33. a pior plataforma de todas
    ela cobra carissimo,se nao tomar cuidado essa plataforma tr quebra de ti da prejuizo
    cobra tudoa

  34. Agree with Craig. Interface here look nothing like the actual Shopify site. Site is not as user friendly as this seems.

  35. Proper HEADACHE and not really from the scratch following the steps.Very complex for someone who never used something like this before.I might pass.Thanks

  36. There are several factors in how to make money online shops online . One resource I discovered which successfully combines these is the Ecom Turbo Tactic (check it out on google) definately the best resource i've seen. Look at all the extraordinary info .

  37. There are several factors in teaching yourself to profit ecom quickly . One resource I discovered which successfully combines these is the Ecom Turbo Tactic (google it if you're interested) without a doubt the most incredible treatment that I have ever found. Look at the unbelievable information .

  38. There are many factors in how to cash in on ecom . One resource I found which succeeds in merging these is the Ecom turbo tactic (look for it on google) definately the no.1 resource that I have ever seen. Check out all the great info .

  39. Hey Lucas, if wanted to hire someone to build a new Shopify store what type of person with qualifications should I hire?

  40. Is there an updated version of this video that shows how the set-up looks now? Seems like there have been many changes to the website now.

  41. Hi, great video and guideline. I want know how much is transaction fee if we use Shopify and payment method by PayPal or Credit Card?

  42. Shopify MUST change it's complicated approach to shipping. There is No Such Thing as an Abandoned Cart on ETSY ! Shopify must make ALL shipping costs clearly visible upfront – based on each separate item in the store. There should be No Big Surprise from shipping calculations at the end of the check-out process ! The customers change their minds because Shopify shipping is chasing customers away ! Shopify must change to ETSY's shipping model now !!!! This will also make everything much easier for international store owners – not everyone lives in the USA or Canada, you know ! And if you change this, a lot of Etsy store owners will move to Shopify !

  43. I accept what you have written – it's not as easy than it sounds to profit ecom and you may very easily lose more than you make.
    You should be aware of this and take advice from experts that have already succeeded. I searched round a few sites and found some great advice by searching google on websites like Ecom Turbo Tactic. I wish you luck and hope you profit soon!

  44. This video was made in 2014 after logging in my dashboard looks nothing like the one pictured here. Can Shopify create an updated version please?

  45. Cheers for this, I been tryin to find out about "how to start a successful ecommerce business" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Giyenry Konthan Approach – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my work buddy got cool success with it.

  46. **FREE MONEY IN 2 STEPS!**
    STEP 1: Download Robinhood app off App Store using THIS CODE [ ] to get a free share of stock such as APPL, TSLA, FB, etc.
    STEP 2: Use your own code to post on videos and websites to make thousands by having people use your code to download the app and getting a free share of stock every time someone uses it! (You can sell your free share of stock after three days and put it in your bank)

  47. This is just superb, been searching for "setting up an ecommerce shop" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Giyenry Konthan Approach – (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my friend got excellent success with it.

  48. Shopify eCommerce Sites. A new amazing way to sell requested sites to a large portion of customers!

  49. As a specialist in website strategy, BA >> has given me the ability to create jaw-dropping designs and increased credibility with their Smart Website Platform. Thank you BA for providing me the tools to take my business to the next and highest levels.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *