Shopify for Comic ShopsYou need to be able to sell anytime, anywhere, and a Manage Comics Shopify website can make that happen.
Shopify is a Powerful Web Store
In today’s economy, your store needs to be open 24/7, your products need to be available whenever, and wherever your customers are, Shopify allows you to be making money while tucked snugly in your bed, no matter where your customer may be.
Shopify is quickly powering some of the biggest brands in retail, with websites that are optimized to increase sales “out of the box”, and have a ton of impressive features.
You’ll be able to build a customer database, and re-market to people who have purchased from you before, creating return customers. Sell across multiple channels including Facebook, Google Shopping, eBay, and more, and manage your sales from one central interface.
What We Do:
Configuring a Shopify store looks easy, but doing it wrong can cost you money.
We build websites that convert as our business, that’s what Manage Comics’ parent company NorthIQ does. How do you know it works? You found this page.
We’ll apply the same thinking to your business, with our deep subject matter expertise in the comics and games industry, we’ll set up categorizations, we’ll configure your tags, and we’ll turn your website into a conversion powerhouse.
- Kick off meeting to figure out your exact needs.
- Fully Configured Shopify Theme
- Collections and Tag setup based on your products
- Google Analytics code install
- Blog setup
- Initial product uploads
- 1 hour handoff meeting
- A full turnkey solution from people who have built websites for comic stores for 15 years!
Need more help? We can also:
- Set up and configure payment processing
- Build Custom Apps
- Create Custom categorization
- Install Third Party analytics setup
- Implement Abandoned Cart automation
- Create Custom Marketing automation
- POS Integration
- and much, much more
What You Get:
A customer facing website
Your store needs always be available for those 3am impulse purchases! Your Shopify website is always there, ready to sell the latest issue of the Fantastic Forbush Man to anyone looking for it!
Point of Sale for In Store Purchases
Combine your Shopify website with the Shopify POS for an awesome hybrid retail solution. You’ll be a retail superhero, and your POS can be run on the hardware you likely already have!
Powerful Marketing Tools
Abandoned shopping carts, after sale follow up, promotions, and much more can all be handled from your Shopify website
Create repeat customers and market to folks who have purchased from you before to keep your business healthy and turn your shop into. a destination!
Simple Credit and Debit Card Processing
Shopify connects to Stripe for credit card processing, but can also be used offline with the Shopify Chip and Card reader allowing touchless Chip and Pin credit and debit card transactions.
A Product Library to Simplify Imports
Manually entering all products into a POS is painful. With Manage Comics you can import from a growing collection of over half a million products) – COMING SOON.
Manage Comics makes Shopify even Better!
Your Manage Comics system will allow you to sell comic subscriptions to your customers, creating recurring revenue.
Manage Comics also has a full product database that allows you to import invoices from select distributors and generate Shopify imports that will get your products up on your store quickly and efficiently (Imports coming in mid August).
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