Setting up your first online store is about to become a reality! And don't worry, you don't need to know code or design to get the job done. All you need is this step-by-step guide that will show you how to build a site with Shopify.
Liz Powers is here to help you pave the way. She launched her company's online shop without any knowledge of HTML or graphic design. How did she do it? By using a Shopify template to create an online store. Today, her site features over 1,600 products made by 100 artists nationwide. And now she's going to share her Shopify knowledge with you!
In this class, Liz is going to walk you through her exact steps to set up an online store, upload products, and set up shipping with FedEx.
AFTER TAKING THIS CLASS, YOU'LL KNOW HOW TO:
- Integrate your personal brand into a Shopify theme
- Add products to your shop and create shop collections
- Set up payment options, including shipping costs and taxes
- Fulfill and ship your orders with a FedEx Business account
Trust us, with this step-by-step course, you’ll have your first online shop up and running in no time!
This FREE online class is sponsored by FedEx.
- Features Of Site
- Choose Your Theme
- Integrating With Your Brand
- Setting Up Your Shop
- Creating A Shop Page
- Create A Collection
- Setting Up Shipping + Taxes
- Creating A Shipment Account With FedEx
- Fulfilling Orders with FedEx
- Final Thoughts
All you need to take this course are the materials listed below and the 5-page class workbook prepared by Liz.
MATERIALS TO PREP BEFORE TAKING THE CLASS
- Your Company Name
- Your Company Logo
- A Company Description
- Product Descriptions
- Materials + Pricing Descriptions
- Product Photos
THE CLASS WORKBOOK INCLUDES
- A Checklist To Get You Started
- Pros and Cons To Starting An E-Commerce Business
- A Guide To Setting Up A FedEx Business Account
About the Instructor
Liz is the co-founder and Chief Happiness Spreader of ArtLifting. As a self-described “serial social entrepreneur” Liz has received multiple grants and awards for her work. In 2010, Liz was awarded the “Unsung Heroine Award” in the Massachusetts State House for founding art collectives and the LIFT Bike Project. Her impact has been featured on the TODAY Show, New York Times, CBS, ABC, Washington Post, and Forbes.