Shopify vs Sellfy

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Shopify vs Sellfy

Sellfy allows you to create stylish pages through its modules. The biggest drawback is its logo that displays on the bottom of your page if you use the Starter plan, and you can only remove this by purchasing a premium subscription.

On the other hand, Shopify installs the default theme on your store when you launch it, and it is easy to customize it because the themes are made up of content blocks. It comes with a great theme editor that allows you to change your cart pages, collection and product pages, blog pages, layout, colors, and content. Additionally, you can duplicate the theme before applying it, which will make it easier to change it if there are errors.
Shopify wins because it allows you to do more customizations on your store.

Setup

When setting up a store on Shopify, you first need to create an account by registering your time zone, currency, weight units, legal business name, and store name, as well as a password; you can also select multiple currencies to display to your customers.

Sellfy has a simple setup process, as you only need to verify your email to create your account. After logging in, you can add information about your store such as its name, payment settings, language, pages, link, and product categories.

Both platforms have an easy setup process, but Sellfy wins because it requires fewer steps to create your account.

Email marketing

This is among the in-built features in Sellfy, which eliminates the worry of having to design your emails. It comes with four templates: custom message, product update, product discount and product launch, which you can customize through the text editor.

Shopify’s dashboard has a Marketing section that you can use to market your store through email and analyze emails coming in. additionally, all your emails will have your logo as part of their branding, and you can do additional tasks such as exporting and importing email lists.

Similarities

Both platforms work best for small businesses and individual sellers. Additionally, they use web-based, SaaS, and Cloud based deployment, making them convenient to use remotely.

 

 

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