Get Error Notifications With EZ Fulfill

When automating your fulfillment process, it's important to get alerted if there are any problems when updating your Shopify orders fulfillment status or tracking numbers. We're excited to announce that this now possible with EZ Fulfill.

EZ Fulfill can now alert you, via email, when one of your orders has thrown an error or has been skipped. Getting email notifications while fulfilling your Shopify orders may be a critical part of your process, that you can not further automate. …

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3 Ways to Better Manage Back Orders

There is no way around it. As often as many store owners try to avoid it, back orders can happen to the best of them. It's unavoidable when a particular product may be extremely popular. While this may seem like a good thing for your profits, it can also spell bad news for you as a store owner. Most consumers don't want to wait for anything and hardly anyone subscribe to delayed gratification. That doesn't mean that an instance of …

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Choosing the Right Supplier

Having the right supplier is a critical facet in the diamond that is your e-commerce business. For all intents and purposes, think of a supplier as your business partner. In effect, they are and having the right, or wrong, one can make or break your business. You've probably given some thought to whether or not you need a supplier of any kind and found that yeah, you do. Honestly, it makes things a lot easier when you have someone to …

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Use Default Shopify field values with EZ Importer

We're excited to announce that EZ Importer now allows you to set default values when importing to Shopify. In the past, if your CSV file was missing any data, you'd have to edit each row in your CSV file. With this new feature you no longer have to worry about adding fields to your CSV file if they're missing. Editing your CSV file can be time consuming, error prone and just annoying. For merchants who are doing daily or weekly …

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Ways to Write Product Descriptions that Sell

Think about what makes you buy a product. There are always a great many contributing factors, but what's the biggest? Is it when the products are described in the simplest of fashions? I'd be willing to bet not. Just as we need visual representation when browsing a product, so too do we need a quality description of said product. Anyone can see the blue coat on your site so there's no need to describe to us that it's a blue …

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