dropshipping neon signs
Published on: February 7 2023 by pipiads
Table of Contents About dropshipping neon signs
- See Custom Neon® Business Signs IRL: Neon Sign Styling & Installation Ideas for Shops & Cafes
- DIY Neon LED sign NO Soldering
- I Tried Dropshipping With $100 (Realistic Results)
- AFFORDABLE CUSTOM NEON SIGNS FOR YOUR STUDIO
- I Sell Print on Demand Metal Art With Huge Profits Up to $150+/Sale and How You Can Too
- Shopify Dropshipping Tutorial 2021 Episode #4
See Custom Neon® Business Signs IRL: Neon Sign Styling & Installation Ideas for Shops & Cafes
today we are checking out busy packington street in geelong where we have made neon signs for some local businesses. we are at 9 grams- such a great cafe. let's go have a look at their neon sign. [Music]. check it out. it looks so awesome. so our neon designer, chloe, worked really closely with nine grams to create something that they absolutely love. we have a team of designers in australia, the usa and the uk who will work through the design process with you. since they've opened three more locations, they've put the neon sign in all of their businesses and it's just such a focal point. [Music]. let's go and take a closer look. okay, so this is our electric blue color. so when it's on it's an electric blue color and when it's off it's white. this is also a cut around acrylic so you can see that it's just cut around the shape and it's also got drill holes over here, here and up the top, and it's just attached by our normal screw set. we have additional add-on hanging options to wall mount or hang your sign. so the thankful and plus sign is really meaningful to the business. it's on their menu, it's on their signage and it features all around the cafe next up we head to the resident barber where, even from the outside, the neons stand out [Music]. so josiah approached custom neon as he wanted to bring some ambience into his store and get some cool vibes flowing. it looks amazing. so here we've got one of the main neons in the store. you see this as soon as you walk in and it looks so vibrant and awesome. we hand make our led neon signs customized to your design. this is another one of the awesome neons we've got here at the resident barber and this is just their name behind the counter. looks awesome. you can see that it's a bright white color and it's using the typewriter font that's available on our custom neon design tool. it's a cut to letter acrylic so you can see that the acrylic is just a little bit closer to the letters and it just gives a bit of a neater finish. we've got another one of the awesome neons here. this one is a bright white and it's a little clipper set. looks awesome. so you can see here it's attached to the wall, just with the normal screw set again, and it actually has uv printing in this design. so for the word resident, we've actually printed it onto the clear acrylic and we can use uv printing for finer details. it just gives a bit of a nicer touch. the resident barber has created such a fun and enjoyable experience for their customers to come and get their hair cut. speaking of enjoyable places, let's head to blowout. their neon is so epic: big hair, big dreams. [Music]. so this neon is a little bit unusual, but i absolutely love it. it's been made into an arched shape, which is something that we can do. we can do options, circles, anything you need. so this is our cut to letter acrylic, which means that the acrylic is just cut a little bit closer to the letters for a bit of a neater finish and just looks a little bit more professional. um, it's a deep pink color and it has a pink jacket, which means when the neon is turned on, it's a deep pink color and then when it's off, it also shows pink. so it kind of works with a bit of art. you can have it on or off. so they've just run their exit cord down here and behind the door so you can't see it. it's very neat. it looks amazing. what a piece of art. [Music]. our last stop for today, on our way back to the office, is a cafe which is anything other than blank. let's go check it out. [Music]: stay grind in newtown is one of my favorite neon signs. i absolutely love it. the pink color is so good. business owner katie approached us on instagram and we went back and forth, provided her with a quote and just worked with her to make sure that she was obsessed with her new custom neon sign. it's a deep pink color, which means when it's on, it's pink, and then when it's off, it's also pink. love that it's been wall mounted to the wall. so what that means is: i used our wall mounting kit and it has a 30 mil offset to the wall, which just makes it pop that little bit more and gives it a bit of a professional edge. so it's a cut around backward, which means that the clear backboard has just been cut around the led letters and it's actually been made into two separate pieces, which means that in the future, if they want to have it all on one line, they can do that, or they can play around, change up the design. it's really easy when you have it in two pieces. it's also got an exit cord which has been hidden professionally so you can't actually see it. so, again, just giving it that neat, clean finish, i absolutely love this sign. [Music]: you.
DIY Neon LED sign NO Soldering
[Music]. hey, what's up, it's me ben. i'm back with another video on how i make an led sign. today i'm going to show you how i made that bride to be sign. so a lot of people still ask me about my original sign, the wild one. if it still worked. there it is, it works fine. never had any problem with it. um, left it on for hours even when we had the event. so that was my first attempt ever making it. nah, it came out pretty good. there was a couple of things that would change a little different. the main thing is the back wiring, some different stuff. today we're gonna try this one. it's all white lime, but it should have, uh, both the red and the white line inside. it's just covered in white, uh, so i'm able to kind of put it in the back a little easier. same stuff we used last time: uh, gorilla glue worked great. hasn't moved at all those clips. the same flex wiring, so, and a razor blade. all right, let's get started. i? [Music]. it's a little windy, but here's my template. it's not perfect, but it's a lot better than trying to draw a freehand. and this is the plexiglass i'm using. um, it is 18 inches by 24 inches and it is point 22.220, clear. [Music]. [Music] see right there the black line. that's where you're going to cut. if you cut in the center, there'll be nothing to attach to those little um, the corners that you need to attach to right at the black line. so anywhere you cut you have to measure it out and cut exactly on that black line. boom, [Music]. you see those two dots right there. those are what you're going to connect to. these are those clips. i don't know if you see it, there's two metal clips in there. that's what's gonna touch. that's what you're gonna make sure these two clips- i'm gonna touch on the two clips here and the, the two um, the little copper and the little metal pieces in here, as long as they touch, that's all light up. so if you're putting this together and it's not following through, it's because you're not getting a good connection between these things or the wire, but i don't know how much you can see in there. those two middle clips have to touch this. you're just gonna make sure those clips line up with here and then you just close it and then we're just going to cut off the excess. this is wire. [Music] should have two in there. it's just covered in white. slice it with the knife, pull this back. you don't need to trim these. there we go. and so amazon actually screwed up and sent me the wrong one. it's supposed to have two holes and they set in, but this one has three. uh, it's a little tighter fit. uh, let me just see if it works. if it works. it works, because i'm already started do the same thing to this side. uh, if you see this, they have three holes. they're supposed to have two, like the one i built last time. but let's see if we can get it to work. pushing those in, make sure they're going as far as they can. close it, clip it and use this white one just to see if it works. hit the sides. you're gonna make sure those little copper things or whatever are gonna match and touch the metal in here. peel back both sides, push that in and close it. a moment of truth, no light. so what? that either means those clips don't work or i have them in. reverse the positive, negative. let's switch it out. see what happens. all right, so you know what that means. i had the ones reversed, so you know how these are color coordinated. i just had them reversed. these are the three. three holes. this is the original one that i had up from the other video. it has two holes, so these are the better ones. amazon screwed up and sent me these, but, uh, it still works. so definitely look for the ones with the two holes. it just makes things easier. but before you try and connect them all and start gluing them down, always double check each one to make sure they're working before you do any gluing. [Music] i, [Music], oh, [Music]. [Music], oh, [Music] is [Music], [Music], [Music], oh, [Music] you.
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I Tried Dropshipping With $100 (Realistic Results)
the past few years i've managed to make over seven figures drop shipping. but then i thought to myself, what if i lost it all, all the money, all the knowledge, all the connections, and i would have to start all over again with only 100 to my name? well, lucky for you guys, in this video i'm gonna go over exactly what i would do if i were to just start with 100 and potentially just maybe cut myself a lambo at the end of this video. so i am starting with 100 to my name. but wait, there's more. there are a few guidelines set in place, some terms and conditions. perhaps that will make this challenge a little bit harder. rule number one is i can't use my past connections, old influencers, past suppliers that have given me winning products and just overall, anything that i know of that can help influence this challenge to make it easier for me. rule number two is i have to start a brand new shopify store, meaning i also have to start with a brand new product that i've never tested before, just so that it's fair and it's as if i started from complete scratch. rule number three is i can't use my personal brand to gain anything out of this challenge, meaning shout it out on my instagram or just do anything to influence it in that sort of way. and last but not least, as you guys already know is i only have a set budget of 100. so now that you guys understand the rules, let's let the games begin. so the first step in the process is to actually find a winning product. now, since we only do have a budget of 100, i'm gonna be going the tiktok organic route, meaning posting content on tik tok and hope one of them blow up so that we can get a lot of visitors to our site for virtually free. now, personally, if you're on a budget, i think this is the best method because you don't have to spend any money on advertising and, in the case that a tiktok does blow up, you can get a lot of sales. so the way i'm actually gonna find a winning product is scroll through my tiktok feed. for a while here i'm gonna sit here, chill, scroll and since my tiktok feed is optimized to finding winning products- since i just like a bunch of drop shipping ads and drop shipping pages- we might come across something that may be interesting. so i'm gonna go ahead and do that now and get back to you guys once i think i found something pretty interesting or worthy of selling demon. this is the reality. sitting there, there's some on the radio back and forth, just had a heart attack and i heard the little one who's climate change. so you have 300. so a lot of people think. so a lot of people think that i'm faking these videos, but i'm going to show you guys once. i don't know, i think i may have just found a product that may be worthwhile testing. okay, so pretty much what this is is a speaker and you guys can pretty much see you connect your phone to this bluetooth metal thing and once you place that object on any surface, like something metal or glass, it pretty much amplifies the sound. so i'm gonna go ahead and follow this page and you guys can pretty much see that they're posting videos consistently, honestly, and it looks like they're getting consistent likes and comments on every single video that they post. so let's go ahead and check out their store and it looks like it's a general store that they turned into a one product store from the name of it. they're selling it for forty dollars and they have some pretty nice images here, some gifs and description, the size- overall really nice, and they have some reviews, so this might be a potential product, and i'm actually really excited to test this product out. the views are outrageous and they post really consistently and it looks like it's not too old. so you guys can see, their first video was on the 19th, which is insane. so this is a product that could potentially get us our lambo, okay. so right away i went ahead and searched the product on amazon, hoping i could find it- it was the fourth option- and went ahead and purchased it for 38. and then i also went on aliexpress to see how much i could source this product for, which came to be around 21, and i could always get this lower once i start getting more orders. but since we're selling it for 40 dollars and we're getting it for 21, we have a profit margin of 19.. so out of our 100 budget, we spent 38 of that to order the product, which leaves us with a total of 62 left to spend. but anyway, now that we have to wait for the product to arrive, i'm going to go ahead and use this time to actually create the store for this product. porta speaker: a speaker that is portable and you could pretty much stik anywhere and amplify the noise. well, hey, i think we got ourselves a brand name. porta speaker sounds pretty nice and pretty easy to remember. now, since we are on a budget of 100, i'm gonna be going ahead and making the logo myself. i'm gonna be using a 30 day shopify free trial, which, if you guys want to do the same, you can use the link below. so we're pretty much not gonna have to pay for shopify for the first 30 days. so i'm gonna get to work, create the store and then hopefully we get the amazon product so that we can start filming some content, posting the tik toks and just start driving traffic to the store to see if anyone would actually buy from this store. but anyway, let's go ahead and start the store build. okay, so our dropify shoplifting store is finally complete and now it's time to review it. ladies and gentlemen, i present to you porta speakerus- what, okay? so here is the product page where pretty much all of our customers are going to be redirected to. you guys can see we have a few images right here so you can just scroll through. we have the name of the product with a few reviews under it and you can see we have free shipping and 50 off, right under the price, and then, going into the description, we have a headline with a description under it, along with a few gifs. i'm going to be changing these gifs once i actually get the product and i'm going to pretty much record custom gifs so that they're a little more personalized and people who come to our site get a more personalized experience, but for now i just have these temporary gifs that i have just as a placeholder. we have another headline and description, another gif, another headline description and a gif, and then we have a faq section for customers who have any questions or doubts about the product, and you can see how this works. it's pretty much a drop down menu scrolling down into the reviews. we have all these reviews. reviews are very important and you could pretty much just take these from the supplier that you're sourcing the product from, because it's pretty much the same exact product. and that concludes our presentation for the porta speaker website. so we found the winning product. we have our site built out. now the last step is actually to get the product and create a tiktok page for it and then just start posting loads of custom content for the products that we can potentially get on the for you page of different potential customers that will potentially be the holder of the one and only porta speaker [Music]. okay, so the product has finally arrived from bezos's hands into my possession and now we're gonna go ahead and unbox this right in front of you guys. so let's go ahead and see what we got. i present to you the porta speaker. wow, it honestly looks pretty solid. okay, so i'm gonna go ahead and set this up and see what we can actually do with this thing and if it actually even works as expected. all right, so i just set it up. so i'm gonna go ahead and play some non-copyrighted music so that susan doesn't cut my paycheck for the month, but i'm gonna go ahead and show you guys how this works. it's honestly pretty cool. all right, so i have my music ready to go. i'm gonna move my mic actually, so you guys can pretty much hear everything that's happening, and i'm gonna go ahead and click play without this on the table and watch what happens once i actually put it on the table. [Music]. that actually works, believe it or not. we're actually almost pr.
AFFORDABLE CUSTOM NEON SIGNS FOR YOUR STUDIO
as content creators, we are always trying to find that new and inventive way to keep our audiences engaged. we're also trying to find that special something that personalizes our channel or kind of creates a brand for us. well, i think i found just the thing to spruce up my background, and i think you might be able to use it too, and it's completely customizable. so let's go check it out. yeah, baby, [Music]. so [Music]. rgb and led lights have been one of those things that have gone all the way back to the 70s and 80s, and many people associate them from becoming so big from that era. most fads actually fall out of trend and then return later on, but this is one of those that have just always stuck with us. they help customize and personalize our businesses, our desktops, our studios, a myriad of things, and i don't think it's ever going to get old, and nowadays, tiknology allows you to be able to change the colors of them. for the most part, this is not one of those you could actually change colors with. so i started my search and i went to amazon and i started looking around for something that i could personalize my desktop with. i got a lot of the ideas you know, as we all do from watching youtube videos of random frank p and ed from tiksource- and everybody's got their own little personal touch on their youtube channel and i wanted something the same. but it seemed like there was a ton of places that had pretty much the same product, just different names, and they were all made in china. the biggest part about it was it was backed by amazon and it took about three weeks for it to get to me. but it is a customizable item, so all you'll have to do is go into their website and pick a one line, two line- uh, you can do four or five letters on one line, six letters, or you can do two lines and you can customize them and change the color of them, but they do not have rgb on them. i was very impressed with the build quality. they actually cut the plexiglas out in the shape of the letters after they formed each one of them, and they're made with like a silicone covering and they melted them all together and then the minute wiring that you see in between each one to make the connection looks like it was very well soldered and on the back you have a lot of glue here, but it doesn't spill over anything, so they did a very good job of paying attention to the detail. for a hundred and twenty dollars i've got this, and as soon as i put this up on my backdrop, i started getting comments about it. so i put a picture of it on instagram and i also put one on my facebook, and i got a lot of comments about it, asking me where i got it, and so i know of a few people that already have ordered theirs, and it was a pretty cool little find because you know, if you have your own little bar set up at home and you want to customize it as well, you know i'm a marine, so i got a lot of marine friends that have their, that are retiring or retired and have their bars and they want to customize this and hang it behind the bar. so don't act like you didn't know. now there is an option to get the remote control on amazon, and i do highly suggest you getting one, because you can adjust all those variables: whether it be fast, blinking, slow blinking, you can dim it, or just you have it hung up in a really high place and you want to turn it off and you don't want to keep getting a chair or a ladder to get up there- which i get in chairs a lot to reach higher things. hit little power button and you're great. so don't act like you didn't know. every once in a while i try to throw something just a little bit different in there, and this is one of those items. so, uh, keep an eye out for upcoming content you haven't already subscribe. hit the like button, all that good stuff. i really can't use your help, because i'm doing this full-time now and i'm having a blast. and if you purchase one of these things, make sure you use my affiliate link down below. i'd really appreciate it because i get a little kickback from it. i am not sponsored by anybody, nor am i monetized, but i'm actually getting my watch hours up and they're getting very close, so it's just around the corner. so again, thank you for everybody for watching and i will see you all next week.
I Sell Print on Demand Metal Art With Huge Profits Up to $150+/Sale and How You Can Too
made on demand, made in american medal. i absolutely- freaking lutely- love metaller. the profit on this print-on-demand product is so high you're making from 50 to 150 per sale. i know this because i've sold hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of metal out myself. finding print on demand products that have high profitability, high appeal and can scale is sometimes very, very difficult. metal art is one of those products that tik all the right boxes: high scalability, tip made on demand. tik made in america. tik bus delivery. yes, high profit. yes, metal art has been around for some time, but it's only just become accessible to print on demand merchants. in this video, i'm going to show you all the hints, tips and tricks that i've picked up selling metal art, so you'll be loving it as much as i do and absolutely crushing metal print on demand. metal came on my radar back in 2020. i'd been seeing a ton of monogrammed stuff and the metal companies were blowing up. i knew this was a product that i needed to sell. once i saw the price that they were selling these pieces at and the volume that they were doing, my mind was blowing. i did a quick google search and found that no one was supplying. print-on-demand merchants selling from australia, also made it near on impossible to start up my own shop and fulfill my own products, which meant i had to move on and go back to what i do best: selling jewelry. if you haven't seen my jewelry videos, make sure you watch them now. that's a good opportunity too. metal art kept appearing, and one company was absolutely blowing up, and that's when i saw the message. a friend of mine that i'd met while setting up a facebook ads agency had just posted on his timeline that he had bought a plasma cutter and that he was going to set up his own shop. huzzah, i exclaimed with excitement, as i quickly went into my messenger and had the following conversation: hi, matt, the metal man, i just saw that you bought a plasma cutter. would you be interested in supplying for my store? yes, was his reply, and so the relationship began. it wasn't a good one. the relationship began, and so did the challenge. what the flip, was i going to sell? what was the design that was going to bring in those sales? our store focused on motorcyclists, so that at least gave me a starting point, a very good starting point. i knew very quickly a few key details about metal art. one: you had to make sure that certain elements within the piece had supports, like the center of an o. if you didn't have those supports, the center would drop out and you'd be left with a circle, same with the a's. you'd be left with an arrow or p's. it just looked like a funny bat. so when i was starting to look for the designs, i'd have to make sure that i knew that every piece was going to be able to be connected in a way that still looked appealing. number two: the more detailed an item, the longer it would take to cut, which meant the price of that product would actually go up and the scalability would go down. and number three: metal art lacked a lot of detail. the first bit of metal art i tried to sell was based on a necklace that i had done for the motorcyclists previously. it sold in excess of 5000 pieces. for metal art it sold, for i am sure it's a bit more than that, but it failed miserably. second, we started testing american flags with the bike silhouette over the top. they sold a little bit better- 50 to 70 units, i think we sold, but they died off quick as well. mind you, we were starting to make a profit because we're making 50 plus per sale up to and over 150 dollars cold hard cash per sale. we tried scaling them and they just wouldn't move back to the drawing board, or rather, it was back to google images to search for more ideas. a few things started to pop out to me on what i was finding, but nothing brought in the sales that i was hoping. at this point, we also started to see that our production partner was failing miserably- six, seven, eight weeks behind- and we had to find a new partner. we had orders backing up, we had people messaging us, we were stressing out and i wasn't getting a clear answer from my friend. and then that's when i did another google search and found that someone was actually doing print-on-demand metal, or rather made-on-demand metal. once we found the new partner, things opened up. everything got so much easier. we started testing hard, and that's when i found the secret sauce. i was cruising through google images and landed on cake toppers. these cake toppers encompassed everything that these motorcyclists absolutely loved, and that's how you're going to crush your own niche with motorcycles. what they love first and foremost is their motorcycle. they live and breathe for the bike, they work for the bike. everything they do is for their lifestyle. then comes the wife, so marrying the motorcycle with their last name, because people are quite fond of their last names and their anniversary date. putting that on the silhouette, putting that on metal art, it blew up. we were able to do over 160 000 through may and june. typically, may and june is a quiet time of the year for us. as i mentioned, where the opportunity lies for you is in your niches. how can you create new pieces, new art for your specific niche? the way to create designs for these pieces is by searching for silhouettes. it is as simple as that. i've had a ton of success by using that method. it's literally going into google images and typing in your niche element keyword plus silhouette and away you go. another awesome way and to help the boys out significantly is to check out etsy, because etsy has a ton of ready-made dxf files that will shortcut this process. dxf and svg- these files are what they use to actually cut the product. the merchants on etsy often give you the commercial rights to be able to sell these products as well, but that's not the secret source. adding personalization is a huge aspect of making these products sell. name, age, location, camp addresses- there are so many things that you can add to metal art to make it personal. there's one key player that is making these print-on-demand metal art pieces for us. i am an affiliate. i'm not paid to actually create this video, but i absolutely love metal and i did want to share it with you in saying that, boys, i wouldn't mind a nice bottle of whiskey or two and not cheap stuff like that fireball. i hope you're listening now. once you have the dxf or the svg file with the personalization id, you give the concept to the boys at my easy monogram. if you go to storehackscom forward slash metal, you'll be able to sign up to the platform and get 10 off in your first month. but a word of warning: they have been absolutely bombarded with merchants wanting to sell these pieces and they're going to shut the doors. so if you don't get across there now and put your name on that list, chances are you're going to end up on a waitlist and with q4 literally days away. you don't want to miss out on selling the super hot product, partikularly when it's so unsaturated with so much profit. if you're after a way to advertise these, you can get my exact ad set up by watching this video right here. it gives you everything that you need to actually get started in selling these products. and again, once you've got that ad set up, it's all about the design, the art. what is it that's going to connect with that audience? make sure you like this video and make sure you subscribe. thanks for watching.
Shopify Dropshipping Tutorial 2021 Episode #4
what's up everybody, welcome to our next episode on our shopify drop shipping tutorial, episode number four. before we go ahead and begin with the actual episode, i'm gonna be answering a very quick question and then we're gonna jump into the series. so i had a question from uh, meet satoshi, or satoshi, sorry if i, uh, you know, pronounce your name wrong. um, he says great content. i tried to. i tried the footer signup form to segundo, but it completely crashed. how can i solve the problem and can you tell me how to integrate sign up pop-ups with our mail services, as the spin wheel might not be ideal for everyone? okay, so i'm gonna try to answer this question as best as i can. so, if you guys don't know, uh, on the last video, which was two days ago, i showed me setting up the like this little wheel spinner kind of thing, kind of like this, and i connected it with an email marketing software. now i'm not sure what you mean by mail services. are you toking about email automation tools or are you toking about email collection tools? i'm not really sure, but there is a difference and everybody's watching this. i guess this is good information for everybody in general. is that there is a difference between a automation tool and a um- uh, just like in general, um, a email collection tool. so let me explain the difference. if you guys see here this seguno, um, this application right here, this is what's referred to as a email marketing tool or email automation tool. basically, what this tool is going to do is it's going to automate emails sent to customers. so if you want to create, like, a black friday email or if you want to create an email sequence, that's what this tool is for. but, however, it is not this tool. so this tool that you're seeing here is an example of a collection form tool so it can collect emails, sms, all that kind of stuff, but there are different tools that allow you to collect these emails, so you don't necessarily have to use these tools. this is just the combo that i went with and he said here: um, can you tell me how to integrate uh signup pop-ups with the? uh? you know other than the spin wheel. well, actually, you don't have to use the spin wheel. it depends what app you're going to use. so there's a whole bunch of different apps that you can use on the shopify store. there's a whole ton of different- you know different apps that you can try, um, and there's free ones and there's paid ones. it just depends on what you want to go with. if you don't want the spin wheel, go with the newsletter pop-up. it's really the same thing. i'm just making this tutorial because, uh, or i made the- yes, not yesterday, but last video's tutorial- because not everybody's gonna use mailchimp and, let's face it, not, you know, not everybody's gonna use it, and mailchimp is for, uh, this theme. uh, you can integrate the wolf theme with mailchimp. speaking of the wolf theme guys, i always gotta give them a shout out. i have my affiliate link in the description box down below. um, you can use my affiliate link to get the theme if you want it, and that's how we're just building the store with this theme. so let's go ahead and continue. so what we're doing now is- since we do have that, you know, spinner- um, where are we here? i guess i have to open it up again. um, the- i believe it's- is it? yeah, it's this form. okay, this little button, this tool here, is going to allow us to, um, essentially, uh, collect the emails. it's not really gonna set. i mean, we could set up campaigns, but those are premium features. you just gotta be a little, you know, um, i guess you could say clever with how you set it up, but for me, i'm going to be using this little, uh, what's it called? um, this little pop-up, the spinner pop-up. so let's go ahead and set that up. let's just make sure it's all good here and if yeah, so it's the fortune wheel and you can see, here that's the one that i'm going with and i could view it as a visitor view, as a new visitor. let's see, and it should take a few seconds just to um pop up here and there we go. so, basically, what this will do is the person will type in their username, their email and, uh, you know they'll, they'll get a discount code or the you know, enter, uh, to sign up for, um, the newsletter. now let's go ahead and continue here. so a few things i want to make clear. since we are using this method, let's go ahead and get rid of our any kind of email sign up that, um, that wolf of shopify has. so to do that, let's go over here into our theme settings and let's go to our pop-up. so it should be here somewhere and we have pop-up theme. there we go. so we're going to disable this section right here. so, where it says, you know, pop-up newsletter, let's go ahead and disable that, all right. and so once we disable that, right, um, let's disable this also, this image pop-up. okay, and what we're going to do- i'm just making sure everything is going good here, um- is save our progress, okay. so we're gonna save our progress right there. and so now what we're doing is we're, you know, not gonna make this the cut, the default pop-up occur, but we have this little wheel spinner. okay, now, like i said, you want to think about how this is going to interact with your business. so, not all businesses- and let me just double check that i'm recording here, right, not that not all businesses, guys, will, you know, work perfectly for certain methods. you want to, you know, test different things, right? so for me, if this is my case, and i'm let's just go to um, did i add any products? yet? yeah, i did. um. if i go to the product page, right, and people see a countdown timer, they see a stok counter, things like that, then it would be smart for me to use a, a spinner wheel, where i'm offering them an extra bonus or extra discount, okay, so, with this type of product. a lot of people already know what these kind of stuff are, right, the leds and things like that. so what i'm going to do, personally, is i'm going to get rid of the descriptions. this is something that i've been thinking about and this is something i'm actually going to do- is we're going to get rid of the descriptions for this tutorial. so the way we do that is the first thing we want to get rid of- is the summary description. okay, so the summary description. to do that, just click on this button right here and we're going to get rid of it. right, so it's not going to show the summary description, right, then what we're going to do is click on this theme settings button and we're going to look for the tab that shows description. see, i don't want to show the description tabs down here, so let's go ahead and take a look at that here, and i believe this is description tab and let's get rid of that. let's see if it it removes the right one here, because i don't want to remove this stuff, obviously, um, and let's just wait for it to load fully, fully load, and then we'll go ahead and save our progress. yeah, so it removed it you could see here. so let me just go ahead and save my progress. okay, and, like i said, guys just try to be a little bit creative. so you know, just because we see description tabs in every single shopify store doesn't necessarily mean that we need it, right. we have different informational tabs here. we have this, here we can add and kind of maneuver text that kind of way. so, with this tutorial, that's what i'm going to be doing. so we have the review tab and we have the additional information tab. so, for the additional information tab, i'm not going to need it because the setup that i'm gonna go with, um, so i'm gonna remove the additional information tab and with the review tab, i could choose to keep it open or i remove it. i'm going to be adding, um, a cool little review app that i did some research on and you guys will see this in the future. so, um, to be honest, i could have it and i i could choose to keep it on and i could choose to remove it. it's really up to me. um, for now, we'll just keep it the way it is, okay, so let's go ahead and hit save here. so we have our review tab, which is empty, of course, and we have our related products, which is also empty, and we removed the description. so the reason why i'm personally rem