WordPress For Beginners – How to Use Shopify with WordPress (Buy Button Tutorial)

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WordPress For Beginners – How to Use Shopify with WordPress (Buy Button Tutorial)

by | Jun 28, 2021 | Wordpress Tutorials for Beginners | 0 comments

WordPress For Beginners Tutorials and information. We source some of the best tutorials online to help you manage your wordpress website.

Want to know how to use Shopify with WordPress? Well in this short Shopify tutorial, I go through step by step how you can use these two powerful platforms together, to create a very capable ecommerce store.

As mentioned in the video, you will need a Shopify account for this but you only need Shopify lite, which costs $9/m and you can sign up below and it includes a 14 day free trial (all sign ups through the link are very much appreciated.

Shopify Affiliate Link 👉 https://www.paulschannel.com/shopify

As I mentioned in the video, you will need a self hosted WordPress website and a Shopify account, which you can sign up to using the link above.

How to Use Shopify with WordPress (No Plugin Required)

To help you create products and collections using Shopify, I have created two other tutorial videos and left the links below for you:

Shopify Product Tutorial 👉 https://youtu.be/REWhuTONmCA
Shopify Collections Tutorial 👉 https://youtu.be/p3kjxIYoI_Q

Thank you for watching this video, I really do appreciate every single one of you taking the time to watch me and if you want to see more ecommerce related content then consider hitting the subscribe button.

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