Another year of Shopify Unite has officially wrapped, and with it comes a slew of new updates to make commerce easier than ever.
With only a few months until Shopify Unite - set for June 18-20 in Toronto - now is the perfect time to start building your plans for the annual conference. Set to focus on enhancements to Shopify’s platform, plenty of educational sessions, and giving developers, designers, and merchants hands-on-time, Shopify Unite is all about the collaborative experience. Shopify will soon release the full agenda, but prior to that, we’ve put together some basic tips to help you make the most of your time at Unite.
As you may have already heard, Mailchimp is no longer offered on the Shopify platform. Mailchimp had been the largest provider for email marketing services to Shopify users, thus leaving a void in the marketplace. It’s a good thing, then, that there are no shortages of Mailchimp alternatives still available on Shopify. If you find yourself suddenly in need of a new email marketing tool on Shopify, read on.
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Shopify officially unveiled the details around their annual conference, Shopify Unite 2019, which will take place on June 18-20, 2019 in Toronto. Unite will bring together partners and developers with the goal of creating a more collaborative community, simplifying the technological component of their platform, and the latest products and features. Last year, for example, Shopify announced new marketing solutions, a multi-currency feature, and Dynamic Checkout.
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