New Features Update for v1.1: Home Page Support and Simplified Liquid Code Installation

Thanks for your support of SPO. Since releasing in Mid Dec, more than 110 Shopify stores have been trying SPO to enhance SEO and Social Performance.

We have launched Terminal App to help store owners quickly share their stores on Facebook, if they just wanna have a quick share instead of playing with liquid code.

Here are some latest features update or enhancement:

  • Enhancement:
    • Auto copy of updated product title to meta title and URL handle
    • Auto copy of updated meta title, description to Facebook Share and Twitter Cards
    • Default title, description & image of all pages are set for Facebook Share and Twitter Cards in your shop, except those product pages that you have customized. You can update it in the setting page.
  • Fixed:
    • Product listing page cannot show all store products
    • Product search cannot fetch all products


Action Required

To adopt the latest features, please update your liquid code immediately. We have simplified the process since many store owners reflected they had difficulties in adding liquid code snippet on their own.

  1. Refer to the previous tutorial to remove the old codes on your ‘social-meta-tags.liquid’.
  2. Refer to the new tutorial‘s step 5-7 to configure your theme again, which is much easier now.

If you are having difficulty in changing liquid code, please contact us at [email protected]

Have an opinion?

Please drop us a note via [email protected]. Let us know which function you think it’s useful for you!

Have a good business in 2017!

** Update on 20/1/2017 **

At the meantime we have switched our free trial plan to paid plan of $15.99 per month on 13/1/2017 (Friday). Some users may find the charge in a sudden. However we need to make a basic charge in order to continue improving the App and our service.

We would like to thank for your support during the beta test stage.

From 0 to 0.1: the Journey of Bootstrapping a Small Ecommerce Plugin to a Scalable Business (Part 1)

This post comes after Why did we develop a small Shopify App? Since 16/12/2016 Our Shopify App – SEO Product Optimizer (SPO) had launched on Shopify App Store. We were happy that our works had finally released to the public. This was a very exciting moment to see how the market reacted to our concepts.

Originally we planned to finish the app within 3 months. We made it within 2 months… However Shopify App Team took around 3 weeks to finish reviewing our app to beta testing. We spent the extra time on testing and pre-marketing. Finally we finished reviewing on 15/12/2016. Phew! We could search it on the Shopify App Store.

Note: According to the FTC disclosure requirement, there are affiliate links included in the post. By clicking the links, I will earn commissions at no cost to you. Also, the links are essential to start a successful project. Read more From 0 to 0.1: the Journey of Bootstrapping a Small Ecommerce Plugin to a Scalable Business (Part 1)