New Feature Update v1.4: Optimize your blog for better SEO

Dear SPO users,

Thanks for your support to SPO. We have noticed more users are using blogs to drive SEO for their stores. Therefore blog section will be included in SPO now.

Here are some latest features update or enhancement:

  • New features:
    • You can optimize your blog posts just like your products now
      • keyword research for your posts (boost post rank for niche keywords)
      • set Facebook and Twitter share image
      • show related posts for reference
  • Fixed:
    • Optimize installation process
  • Enhancement
    • Content editor can support link and image editing
    • Store display URL will change from myshopify.com URL to user’s domain

And more are coming!

If you like our App, please leave us a review on our Shopify App Store listing page! We’ll need your support in order to continuously improve the app.

Please let us know your opinions regarding the update. We would be happy to hear from you!

From 0 to 0.1: the Journey of Bootstrapping a Small E-commerce Plugin to a Scalable Business (Part 2)

Well it has been 1 month following my last post of From 0 to 0.1: the Journey of Bootstrapping a Small E-commerce Plugin to a Scalable Business (Part 1). We have done a lot since our SEO Product Optimizer (SPO) soft launched on the Shopify App Store. I think that the marketing works are not good enough. Here is a short recap of what we have done from 11/1/2017 – 10/2/2017:

Read more From 0 to 0.1: the Journey of Bootstrapping a Small E-commerce Plugin to a Scalable Business (Part 2)

Lessons learnt after failing our Ecommerce project

Back in 2009, SillyCube Technology Ltd. was developing a web app called Howdycard (Shut down in 2012), which can design and deliver 3D ecards on the fly.  The project failed because the demand fluctuated through out the year. In hot seasons like Christmas or New Year, we can see 20,000 active users in the month. However there are very few users sending ecards during other time. Not to mention it’s hard to convert the free users into paid customers.

Read more Lessons learnt after failing our Ecommerce project