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Published on: February 6 2023 by pipiads

Gelato Product Upload | How To Start A Print On Demand Business

hey guys, welcome back to my channel. it's your girlfriend, quantiko smith of wwwthat's thequantikocksmithcom. smile for me, guys. i'm here for the second part of the gelato video, where we will go ahead and upload our first product in place of order. i'm not going to go through the whole order placing part, but i am going to show you how to do that. we are going to go back to the gelato website and the last thing we have to do is add a product. again, make sure you check out the entire product catalog to find the thing that you like. one of the things, before we get into that i want to show you, guys, is the analytiks. once you get into selling, they have information about your orders, production companies, black countries- just a lot of information for you. they also have a tab that says apps. these are apps that you can use, sort of like how shopify has apps. you can add the app for product personalization, premium mockups, graphics, shutter shock, shutter shock. premium image filters, shipping information and one click expansion. they also have gelato plus, where you can purchase the current plan that i am on is free, which it has. productions of 33 countries sell a hundreds of products. sell on shopify, etsy and more, create designs with the designer editor. you allow up to two users in two stores and, if you want to do the plus kind of like how shopify has different levels. this one is 9.99 per month and of course, it adds additional mockups, ready graphics, image filters and some of the things that the apps have on gelato. you'll also have five users, up to ten stores, and it will have a 30-day trial with that. so we're going to go back home and we're going to go ahead and go through the rest of the product where we're going to hit add product. of course, you guys know that i normally just order t-shirts, so i'm going to show you guys how to upload t-shirt. we're going to go ahead and hit t-shirt here. we're going to look at some of the products they have: poly cotton shirts, muscle shirts, regular t-shirts, organic- here's my favorite- the glide and guild and whatever you want to say. have lots of shirts again, on your own time, make sure you take some time out to go ahead and look at all of the products that they offer. so once you get here to your design, you are going to look at your shirt. you have different colors and then you're going to go to the files. if you have more than one layer, feel free to do that. i'm just going to go ahead and choose a file from my computer and upload it to the shirt. so i'm gonna hit my device. i have my design uploaded and once it's uploaded, you see the scanning. you can't click the add button and it'll add it to your shirt. go ahead and size your image the way it needs to be. bring that up a little bit. now. i have my image there for my device and if you want to preview your shirt, you hit that preview button and it'll give you a little preview of your product here and, of course, the back. i'm going to hit close and i'm going to go back to product and you can choose more colors. they have sports gray, they have corn silk and there's a natural color. if you want to see what it looks like on the sports gray, you can click that. want to see what it looks like on the natural shirt? you can click that as well. once you decide what colors you want, you're going to go ahead and hit. continue to media. note that they do have layers. they have where you can add text. they have different settings, show guides, your grids, blends and then they have the graphics in the collections that come with the plus. so we have all of our shirt colors that i'm going to choose. we have our image. i'm going to go ahead and hit continue to media and here you can, you know, choose mockups. now, everything that you see with the plus is what you can add from the plus, but we are on the free plan, so you're gonna find whatever comes with the pre-plan, which is this mock up here that doesn't have the crown on it. we have that mock-up and i'm gonna choose the natural color for my mock-up image and then i'm going to hit continue to details. i'm going to go ahead and put my title in. i'm building a brand- i'm always busy- and i'm just gonna put in unisex t-shirts. i don't feel like i need all those extra words in there, because the title is already long and you can add in your description. i'm not gonna do that. i'm just going to leave what it has right there and then i'm going to go down. if you want to add any tags here, you can do that. if you want to show the product to your store visitors display with free shipping on your storefront, whatever you need to click and then we're going to go ahead and hit continue to prices. here it lets you know what the profit would be, how much the gelato charges in, depending on your retail price. i'm going to go for let's see what it looks like if we were to add 11. so let's try. i'm going for like 25. let's go 13, 50, see 13, 35, 13, 58 to make this 25, and then the other shirts for the 2x and 3x cost a little bit more. i'm fine with that. now i'm going to go ahead and hit publish. i have my first shirt added to my etsy store. it does show me all of my other products here as well. it is going to show up in my etsy store as a giraffe, i believe. can i remember? make sure you check your etsy store on your shopify store to see if it showed up as a published product or if it went to draft. now i am done. i'm gonna get back home and it's gonna prompt me to go ahead and place my first order. let me go ahead and hit the refresh button so it can show all the check marks. that i've done. i'm gonna go up here and hit new order and it says products. i'm gonna add a product and i'm gonna hit select existing product from my military dear military spouse shirt. i'm gonna go down the variants because they have so many, so i'm gonna find a medium and i'm just gonna click on the white and i'm gonna hit choose. i have the order here with the shirt and the total for my shirt so far will be four dollars because you get, you get a percentage of and then i will go ahead and hit continue to shipping, put my information in and then check out. so i am going to order a shirt. so once that comes i will do an unboxing for gelato for you guys, so you can see my product and see the quality. and until next time, i love you more than i love this video. peace.

How To Hide The Paypal Button in Shopify’s Cart Page & Checkout Page

hey, there guys, Mike Wagoneer, Mike wagon calm, and in this video I will explain to you how to remove the paper button in Shopify cart page and checkout page. now, if you have been using the PayPal Express Checkout on Shopify, you'll notike that the button is available in your cart page, similar to this one, and the problem that we have when this paper button is available is that it can skip the option to to have a shipping. so if you have a shipping policy that has a payment, then this button can ultimately skip that, and also it can also skip the calculation of the taxes if you have implemented specific taxes per location. so I created a blog post on it on my blog, my craving calm, but I'll also explain this on the video and how you can hide the PayPal button in checkout page and also in the cart page. so, ok, let me show you how it looks like in the checkout page. so this PayPal button is also available here. so it also tries to skip the customer in filling out this form. it is also essential that the customer fills out this form. so the goal here is to hide this PayPal button. ok, so this is the first step. so this is the steps to hide it in the cart page. so here we have another site. we will go to the online store and in the themes we choose to edit the code under the actions and when we have access to the codes. okay, this is the access to the codes. right now we will go under templates and under templates we will have to click the card, not liquid, final. so inside that file we can see the code that is available here in my instructions. you will need to paste this code. all right, so you copy that code and actually it is already pasted here. so originally this is how it looks like and I just pasted it here- and click on save so that will hide the button on your card page. next step is to hide it in the checkout page right to hide it. these are the steps. it's also posted in my blog and we will follow that steps here. so first we will go to preferences and under preferences we will go to the Google Analytiks area under the additional Google Analytiks JavaScript. I have pasted here the code that is necessary, so we will copy it and paste it in here. so right now it is already pasted and then it is automatikally saved. so like, for example, this. we will view it on this actual store. so, if you can see the PayPal option is also available here, let's just try to use a this specific checkout. okay, as you can see, the PayPal button is not visible. we'll try to check out again. we cannot see the PayPal button as well, so we'll just try to fill it up with some information so we can see the PayPal button at the end. okay, here you can see that to complete the order it you will use the PayPal checkout. so we have been able to hide the PayPal Express Checkout buttons from the cart page and also the checkout page. so if you find this video helpful, please leave a thumbs up and share it with your, with your Facebook groups and give the information to those who are also having this type of issues. so thank you and have a great day.


How To Setup SHOPIFY Payments (Simple Method)

hey guys, Dean, here in today's Shopify video, I'm going to be running you through how to set up Shopify payments on your Shopify Drop Shipping Store. this allows you to accept any kind of payments which people are going to send you, typically when you sell any product on your dropshipping store, and this is a really important thing, because when people pay you, you want to go straight to your bank account, right, and we're going to set up all the different payment methods, or at least show you how that process actually works, to make sure you can accept payments as soon as you get sales on Shopify. now, typically, this is going to be based on how you want your store to be set up, right, so there's options to get paid directly to PayPal, which is obviously going to benefit a lot of people who just want quick payments and Easy System. PayPal has some pretty good security, but they mainly do favor the buyer of the seller in a lot of situations, and obviously you can receive direct card payments using stripe, which is shopify's partner too. so let's take a look at the Shopify dashboard and go on the shop, provide payments, and I'll explain everything from that. so here we are in the Shopify dashboard on one of my stores and basically, I'm going to show you how to set up the Shopify AI payments. so the first thing, what we need to do, guys, is just click on settings in the bottom left and it'll take you to your dashboard for your store here. okay, I have my store over here. I've just blurred out some of the crucial information, but we're going to click on the payment section on the left over here, and from here let's just take a look at all the payment options which Shopify give us as an option. so this is how we're going to accept payments from all of our customers and how we're going to process those payments and transactions and how we're going to acquire money at the end of the day. so, basically, this payment capture over here. so, if we manage this, this is the customer's payment method and how it's authorized and charged, and, by default, that's going to be on automatik. so there's the choice between automatik and manual capture. automatik captures payments for all the orders automatikally and the method is authorized and charged automatikally too, whereas if we select manually, you'll capture the payment method and it's authorized at the time of the order and you'll need to manually capture the payment within the authorization period. so this just adds another extra step in the process, which you just really don't need to do unless you just want to manually specifically look at every single order. you don't need to select manual because it's just going to add another step in the process and you want to be saving time here. so I wouldn't change that. I'd leave it on default and, as you can see down here, I have PayPal already active. that's what I activated it first and these are the additional payment methods. so the main payment system, Shopify payments- I will show you that in a few moments- but the additional payment methods- if you just want to sell PayPal, you can kind of just set that up instead. basically, PayPal is the main provider I'm using. the reason why I think PayPal is personally pretty good is because they have a zero percent transaction fee, and this basically means that when people make a purchase using PayPal on your store, you won't have to pay a cut of that towards PayPal for that sale. so that's really useful, or at least the customers also won't need to have a transaction fee. also, too, we can also click on ADD payment methods to add more, and you click manage on PayPal and over here I've connected my PayPal account. so typically, if you were to create a brand new store on Shopify, it'd have an option to activate the PayPal feature and then also link your PayPal account directly to your store, and that's how you would actually set it up. you'd be basically then log into your PayPal, get a code through your phone and then authorize it through Shopify to allow the permission for Shopify to use your account, and then you link it. it's a pretty easy process to set up the PayPal Express checkout. it allows you to receive payments in foreign countries with PayPal. so usually with a store you'd have to set up so many different Nationals and locales and set up each country and the taxes that people pay for those different countries and zones. but if you set up Paypal, it just does all for you. it's a very simple thing to do. if you don't have a PayPal account and you want to do some kind of e-commerce online, I really recommend setting up. okay now, I originally had a Paypal because I used to use it for eBay and for online work, but if you haven't got a PayPal, I think you're really sleeping on it because it's the easiest way to sell up. the only downside is, like I said before, PayPal do typically favor the buyers rather than the sellers. I've never really seen very good protection for sellers on PayPal. when we get to the stage where you may have refunds and chargebacks when using PayPal, it's probably the worst, but it is the safest and easiest payment process to use and I can't even moves along the heavy lifting and it's just really simple to set up. guys, you also have Amazon pay as well, so there's not many websites which typically you really seem to use Amazon pay, but you would click activate Amazon pay and you have to register as a merchant on Amazon for this right. so I would select United Kingdom and if you want to set up Amazon pay, you have to create an Amazon payments merchant account and basically the certain requirements needed to set up this account. so your online store must live and be accessible with products available for purchase. obviously, this is going to be your Shopify store, so you need to have products already activated in the store when you set this up and they must follow Amazon's acceptable use policy. so you need to obviously agree to their terms of service on their platform and you need to specifically specify the URLs you're going to use for their payment processor, which would be your Shopify URL and certain countries. there's certain revenue and turnover requirements, some items that you'll need when setting up. they'll need your image of your passport so they can do some kind of facial recognition and identity information regarding you, too, and details about your business- any vat numbers or business codes you need to provide- and that's how they do identity verification. just like on cryptokurrency platforms, when you want to sell crypto or any government gateways and websites, you need to provide your passport, some kind of ID and facial recognition, such as a picture of yourself, to actually verify it's you. it's kind of similar when you set up an Amazon Seller Central account to sell on Amazon or do Amazon FBA. you'll basically have to do a webcam live chat with one of Amazon's support reps and they'll verify it's you. that's what I had to do. I had to do like 30 minute or 20 minute call with an Amazon rep. I don't think you have to do that with this, but it's a similar thing where they need to verify your identity right and you need to register with Amazon pay and after registration, you check Seller Central and this is the One-Stop shop for updates. so, just like selling on Amazon, you use Seller Central just like an Amazon vendor would when you sell products on Amazon. so that's how to set up Amazon. if you want to use Amazon pay, that's another method. I'd recommend PayPal. it's much easier and you don't have to use a third-party platform as much, because you're gonna have to refer to the Amazon platform a lot more than you would have to log into PayPal. now, manual payment methods are payments made outside your online store. so if a customer wants to do a manual payment method, like cash on delivery, you'll need to approve this. I wouldn't recommend doing cash on delivery. cash on delivery is, for an example, if I was to do cash and delivery on an ebay account, that would mean where if I sell a product, such as a piece of furniture.

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How to Set Shopify Payment Options - ShopPay, PayPal and Amazon Pay Tutorial

today, payments and shopify will require setting up your payment options. this is done under settings and then payments. on the payments page you see all the different payment options available to you. the default payment is shopify payments. shopify payments can be set up without requiring the use of any third-party payment providers. to accept shopify payments you need to complete the account setup. you will enter details like your name, your bank account details and your business details. after that you can view any payouts. once you have set up shopify payments, you can then manage your payment options. here you'll see your standard rates and you'll be able to choose the kind of cards you will accept. standard cards- all have the standard rates, but american express will be charged at different rates. shot pay is an option where customers who have bought previously shopify store have their address and payment details saved to enable a faster checkout. this is a popular option and it is a good idea to select this. you can choose whether to choose apple pay and google pay and also the countries that you sell to. so if we add a country region, let's add, say, austria- you will then accept austrian euros. here you will see the exchange rate which is set for this country and you can choose whether to increase or decrease your prices by a set percentage under these countries, regions. you can set rounding. now this sets rounding for shipping rates or prices which have been converted. you can choose to enable or disable this. here you set the bank which your payments will be remitted to and also under this you can set how payouts are described on your bank statement. you can also choose your payout schedule. by default it's every day, but you can choose less frequently than that. on credit cards there are two types of automatik forward prevention. the first is the postcode verification. this compares the numbers on the address given by the customer to the numbers on their card address. so, for example, if someone lives in 75 parkdale, it will compare the number 75 with the address which is on the customer statement and do the same for the postcode. by declining charges that fail this kind of verification, you will ensure that your transactions are more secure, but you will also have a lot more decline transactions. i would recommend not tiking this box. a second one is the cvv code or the cv2 code. this is the three digits on the back of the card. if someone has their card, then they will know this code and therefore, is an important forward prevention step to ensure that they must enter this code when making a payment. the last option here is the customer billing statement. this shows how the payment will appear on the customer's bank statement. another payment option is paypal express checkout, the default payment email, but the only one you use to create the account. you should make sure this email is set up on your paypal account. you can click here to complete the account setup. another option is amazon pay. if you click on this button here, you'll be taken to set up an account. you could also threaded third party providers and alternative payment methods. these are things, for example, like strike or checkoutcom, and by clicking on these options you will enter your account details which will then allow you to take payment. shopify allows you to set up a number of manual payment methods, for example a bank order or a money order. if we click on bank deposit, you will enter the details here which your customers will use to use this payment method. so, for example, under bank deposit, you'll put the details of the bank account they need to make the payment to. once you've entered those details, you can activate bank deposit and will be shown to customers when they make a purchase. thanks for watching this video. for more content, please subscribe to our channel or check out our amazon playlist. you can also see more hints and tips on our website, which is vendlabcom blog.

HOW TO: Enter Bank account in Shopify

alright, guys, I'm going to give you step by step, from beginning to end, on how to enter your bank account information into your website. to get into the back office of your website, use your domain name for a slash admin. if you don't have a domain name connected, you will use your dot my Shopify name. so your dot my Shopify would be your. you a URL name: dot, my Shopify, dot-com. forward slash and me. that's how you get to the back office of the website. if you're not already, information is not already saved. then you would enter in the information to log into the back office of your store. so once you log into the back office of your store, you just want to make sure that you've already switched over the account information from out of your web developers information and put it in your information. so you want to go to general first settings. so you look over here, you go to settings, then you go to general and you want to switch the account email. so usually the account email will still have our email. make sure you put it to your email and change the stores name. then you want to change the legal business name, put your name. you want to put your phone number. you want to put your address, your a suite number, your city, state, and then you hit save, then you go to billing, so once you're the owner, you can do this. we don't make you the owner until you're ready to launch your store or two weeks after your development process is done. the reason being is because we're allowing you to get more familiarized with the store before you have to put the $29.99 or file to pay your monthly hosting with Shopify so, as a courtesy, will allow you to stay on our development account, like, say it, for two weeks after your project is complete, before you have to pay Shopify their monthly payment to host your business on their platform. so you go to billing and then it's simple. you just add your car, save the car, you know you. you pick a plan. I prefer I recommend doing monthly on picking the plan and then that's simple as far as your your monthly plan. that's how you pick your monthly plan. this is, if you haven't already done this part. now, if you want to set up the payment providers. you select payment providers you put in your Shopify payments is the most common. Shopify payments works really, really well and it's directly native and integrated with a Shopify, if you prefer to use PayPal, especially if you're in a hair industry, Shopify payments may or may not approve you, not meaning that you're getting declined for Shopify with Shopify payments, which is stripe. tiknically, stripe just doesn't really like care brands or they don't like, sometimes, electronic companies, but you're still able to work your business on Shopify. you just may not be able to get stripe, which is Shopify payments. and if you can't get stripe, you just go with PayPal and you activate the PayPal and then you want to hit manage and then you just go down and you would enter in your bank account information: change your bank account, add your stuff, the payment descriptor, payment schedule, every business day, get notified, you know, decline charges that fail this. what's the merchant name you want to show? and then that, last but not least, you always want to have on payment providers. you always want to make sure it says automatikally capture payments. if you ever want to test your payments, to test the order, to make sure it's working, you go back here up to Shopify payments. you select manage, scroll all the way down and you put your store in test mode and then, once you put your store in test mode, it basically tells you: in test mode is on, all the Shopify payments will be simulated. so make sure you remember to take test mode off. and then it gives you test credit card numbers if you click that box to the left to give you test credit card numbers that you can utilize doing test mode. so, test mode simulate: oh, [Music]. there he is, so you can use these fake credit card numbers to to test mode. and explains that it breaks it down. I also do that. so enter any date in the future, enter any three digit security code and use any of these following numbers. all right, so that's how you set up your payment provider, and if you have any other questions, be sure to reach out. look on digital brands. you too will have more tutorials, thank you.


hey, what's up? today I want to have a heart-to-heart with you guys and I want to tok to you about something really serious. all right now. you probably probably seen a lot of videos on YouTube about dropshipping and how to make it big on dropshipping, but not a lot of people are going to tell you about the ups and the downs. most will always tell you about the ups because they wanted to want to send their courses. they want you to enroll with them, and that's not me. I don't have any course to sell, so I'm not only going to tell you the ups, of course, but also the downs. so a weird thing happened all right now. what happened was I got an email from PayPal or like, all of a sudden. this happened about one month ago now. I have not told you guys about this because I wanted to test what happened after and resolve the issue. but here's the thing: if you drop shipping for a while, you pretty much bound to encounter this issue sometime. ordy, you know, sometime in your like carrier of drop shipping, you will encounter this. it might happen in the first month, it might not happen for a couple of years, it might happen after a couple of years, but it probably like this: ninety, ninety five percent chance is going to happen to you, and the thing is going to happen to you is: you get or PayPal review. all right, PayPal is going to put your account on a review and then they expect you to submit a lot of documentation. I'm actually going to be discussing all of that in this video now. no payment provider likes their drop shipping model. alright, because there are a lot of scammers out there, and I'll actually tell you a story. so I have been advertising several products, right, most of the products are no ties, are from Aliexpress. in fact, all of them. so whatever products are advertised, have probably been advertised by other people, also using Facebook. so what I do get is I get and I get these notifications on my facebook ads from people who just mentioned. alright, I ordered this a year ago and I have not received it. I ordered this a month over. haven't received it. in fact, just yesterday, I got two messages from people for different products that I was advertising on Facebook. on my facebook page, I got. this message is saying: or: and I ordered this product, I haven't received it. where is it? all? right? and they were like: they'll, they'll put up a case on PayPal or something like that. so actually ask them for the order number. they did not know. I looked up their name on my orders list. I could not find them. first name, last name, email address, whatever they gave, nothing worked and this has happened so so many times now that I have gotten used to it. but you are pretty much bound to encounter this as well. so there are a lot of drop shippers out there because it is such an easy business model to get into. there are these little culprits, these little kind of thieves, who would want to get into dropshipping because it's easy. they run their ads, they get their customers, but they do not fulfill their orders. so if my audience, if anyone who is watching, is like that, please shame on you. all right, because you're basically drawn, drown out like, drowned out the name of drop shipping and because of all these issues, PayPal and all the credit card service providers are now very about what's happening with the drop shipping game. all right, but that's that's. that's something that you're bound to encounter and pretty much any business. you get some ethical people. you do get some unethical people as well. so I want to tok to you about two things: the bad news and the good news. first, the bad news. the bad news is that this will probably happen to you. if you're using PayPal, then you're probably going to encounter this issue where people where PayPal puts your account important- all right, and it is frustrating it. if you know, you certainly you're getting a lot of sales- and suddenly your PayPal account is put for review. you get that email from PayPal. now, actually tell you what's inside that email as well, and then you're like: oh, what did I do? now, in our case, we have shipped out over 500 orders from PayPal- all right, 500 orders- and of those, we have only had two or three PayPal cases which were initiated by customers, and all of those cases were put up in our favor because we had already shipped out the product. the product was in transit, we just gave the shipping number to PayPal and the case was resolved in our favor. the other thing that happened was one leaf- um, all right, one refund, and that too, from a customer who had received a damaged product. so, rather than like, tok them out of like, send me the shipment and then I'll give you everything. let you keep it, I'll give you a refund. that's fine. it's our fault. the manufacturer might have supplied them a bad product, so it's completely fine. but even then, we got the paypal review, like we did not have that huge amount of refunds or cases or anything like that. but let me tell you what happened in that thing. now, before I get into this, I want to also tell you about the good news. there is a solution, all right, so I'll guide you through the entire process right here, so keep watching this video. all right? so this, this is the email I got from PayPal. it feels like as, as part of people's commitment to provide the best experience for buyers and sellers, we perform routine reviews of merchant accounts. in a review of your account, we found higher than average transaction volume. we notiked an increase in your payment volume. to complete a review and better understand, we need some information from you. and the day I got this email hours like yeah, what's happening? because I've already had one of my PayPal accounts limited like a decade ago, but that was because we had done like a huge online marketing product launch. it was profit instruments. we have like $200,000 in like a week and it just it just blew out of the water because of that. people put my counter hold and it has not been recovered since. but this is drop shipping and this is different. now, what what people did do is that they sent me an entire list. let me just show this to you guys. like this huge list of documents that you have to basically submit to PayPal. all right, huge list, the things like: explain why your payment volume has changed recently, estimate the monthly sales volume for the next six months, provide copies of original bills of sale. provide the contact information of your suppliers. provide tracking information for the following transaction. so they literally pulled out the transaction IDs for, like special, just random transaction IDs from the previous purchases that had happened on my PayPal account. they, like already provide the tracking information, the shipping information, for all these transaction IDs. all right, and next up, provide a written statement for detailing your refund policy, resolve any buyer complaints that exist and provide us details about the inventory management. all right, now they are also provided- or, please, they're provided- a series of steps that you have to take. the basically log in to your PayPal account is resolution Center inside PayPal, so you head over there, you can upload all the documents in order and then you can basically, as the documents get processed, as you keep uploading them. they literally take about 24 to 48 hours to actually process all the documents. but here let me take you through all of the documents that I have submitted. so what I'm going to do here is literally just take you through, all right. so what did? it was on my letterhead, on my company letterhead. I basically just took the wrote down whatever I need to write on as explanations for their queries, and then I took a PDF of that inside word and send it over to PayPal. that's it. you can literally do that on a common piece of paper as well. that's completely fine. you can do that inside would. it's completely fine. you don't need to take printouts. so why? payment volume has changed suddenly. so we were like: we started an online e-commerce store. will be dropship products now the key thing to remem.