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get 40% revenue share
on your clients’ first month.
Imagine making monthly revenue on your clients shops, on top of design rates that can command up to $25,000.
We'll give you 20% of our total revenues for every client you refer. As a bonus for those of you from Boagworld, we’re doubling the revenue share to 40% for the first month!
Imagine setting up an online store without having to worry about chores like backup and security. Shopify takes care of all the hassles so you have more time to focus on what you enjoy doing most: designing.
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Themes can save precious development and design time by offering a base to work from and only range from $0 to $180.
Apps expand the functionality of your clients shop quickly and easily, with zero development time needed.
Clients will love you
9 out of 10 Shopify customers would recommend it to their friends.
We provide an easy-to-use administration interface that lets your client track orders, create products and run their store on their own.
* survey conducted July 29, 2008
How easy is it to code a Shopify store?
Shopify uses a template language called Liquid to create Shopify themes. If you know a little HTML, using Liquid will be a breeze. Here’s a quick tutorial to demonstrate how easy it is to learn Liquid:
Let’s make a list of links to the first 3 articles (blog posts) off the frontpage blog.
We’ll start with an HTML list:
Now, let’s tell Shopify to get all the frontpages’ articles:
This says: “For every article in the blog named frontpage, grab its articles, but only the first 3”
Now we have to tell Shopify how to format those articles. We need to know the article’s url, and its title.
That’s it! To get the article’s url, it’s just
article.url, and to get its title, it’s
The image to the right is what is generated.