Get Early Access to our new Shopify bundle app, BYOB! 🎉

Product bundling has always been difficult in Shopify. This is because Shopify doesn’t provide composite products out of the box. If a merchant is looking for build-your-own-bundle (for example like Nintendo Switch), it’s almost impossible even using a Shopify app in the AppStore. There are numerous restrictions given by Shopify, e.g line items script is only offered to Shopify Plus customers, you cannot set up any “product group” even with Shopify API, etc

Build-your-own-bundle (BYOB) is proven to be an effective way to increase average order value (AOV) while delighting the customers.

If you’re running a small & medium store, does it mean you have to give in?

What are we offering?

If you want to offer bundles like

  • Buy any 1 item in collection A, any 1 item in collection B, any 1 item in collection C => get 15% off or at a discounted price of $100
  • Buy any 3 items in collection A => for at a discounted price of $100

The purpose is to help you to succeed, to sell more bundle products. You can try a demo page here: Shoe Sales, Winter Bundle.

Case Study

How a beauty company offer Buy-10-Get-1 free with BYOB: https://blog.ilovebyob.com/case-study-how-a-beauty-company-offer-buy-10-get-1-free-with-byob/

How a members-only shop use BYOB to drive sales with BOGO: https://blog.ilovebyob.com/case-study-how-shopify-store-set-up-bogo-bundle/

How a smoothie bowl company uses BYOB to sell n-pack bundles: https://blog.ilovebyob.com/case-study-how-a-smoothie-company-uses-byob-to-use-bundle/

Want to try BYOB?

BYOB has launched on the AppStore: https://apps.shopify.com/byob-build-your-own-bundle . Try it for Free!

Why You Should Start Blogging on Shopify Store Now

If you’re running a Shopify store, you may be asking whether blogging on Shopify can help your business. If yes, in what way and should you use the platform to host your blogs, or is it better to use a WordPress subdomain? But before we take a deep dive into this exciting topic, let’s set the record straight. If your business revolves mainly around blogging, the better choice is to use WordPress. However, experts suggest that if you’re already on Shopify, it’s better to use the platform to run your blogs.

Why? Simply because it can boost your store traffic by 40%. 

If you’re not confident enough to take that giant leap of faith and solely use Shopify for blogging, you can at least try writing your first 20 blog posts within Shopify. And if after that you don’t see a significant increase in your store traffic, then move on to WordPress. 

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