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Published on: January 14 2023 by pipiads

Shopify Product Personalizer - Live Product Options Setup

hi, in this video i'm going to show you how you can use the live perk options shopify app to create customized shopping experiences on your store. using the app, you can create unlimited product options and show them on your product pages so customers can customize the products to their needs and also see a live preview directly on your store. you can find the link to the app in this description below, and you can also search for live product options in the shopify app store. you will find it. the app has a 14 day free trial and also, if you under development store, you can also use it for free until you launch your store. after you installed the app, you will see a setup screen and here you can select the team that you want that to install the app to. you can click on a enable the app and the theme editor should open. the app should be enabled automatikally by shopify. we can see on the top right here and the toggle is enabled. the app is enabled. so what we do now is only save the app and save the theme and when we go back into the app we can see the app already checked that you used to be enabled it, so we can click on next and there's an introduction video and we can go. i recommend to watch this video to get started and afterwards you can just click here to set up your first product. one more thing: when we are here in the theme editor, we can see here where the options would appear on your theme and normally the app will auto, will search for the add to cart button and show the options right above from them, from the bottom. and it's also possible on the new shopify teams to create a block here and we can use a block from for our app and so we can control the location. so right now it's below here and i want to show it on top of the quantity selector so i can actually drag it and move it to where i want it. and now it's supposed to show here and then i'm going to save it. so this part is only shown in the theme editor and the options will be appearing here when this, this product, is viewed on the store. so so far we haven't set up any options. so we're going to create our first product here and we call it necklace demo. we make sure that's enabled and we can select the product. i've created the product previously and now we can see we don't have any options so far, there's only variants. so this product has three variants. it's different colors or different materials. and let's say, and we can actually save this config and we can open it again, and now we can also there's a button here: view product. we can build a product on our store. this is the product and we see there's different variants. and let's say, we want to let customers add their engraving here. for this we will need an option so the customer can add the engraving. so let's see, here we can add new options and there are many types of options for this. the text option would be perfect and we can name it name and here's a label and you can see a preview here right away and in the advanced tab. there you can make a lot of new options additional. you can say enter name or enter engraving, you can have a placeholder, you can also help text help and also info- great. so let's save this. when we save here we can also click a right click and it will save and keep and stay on this product, on this configuration, and we can refresh here and we should see the engraving here, the engraving options, hello. so now it's. it's only so for the inputs here we don't see it yet. so if you want to show this text here on the product, we can go a little bit down and we can enable the live preview. where we are here, we see the product here and we see here there are layers, so the first layer is the product itself. we can also use this icon to show or hide the layer. so in most cases we always want to show the product, but we can also. there's also a case where we don't want to show the product and just so a custom view. in this case we're going to keep the product and first thing we're going to do we're going to select show variant image. so this is important then, when we change the variant here, that we actually show the right variant on the preview. and so that's it for now. and now let's let's see how we can do a text and to show the text here. for this we're going to create a new layer and we're going to select the layer of type text, name, it layer, layer, gray thing- and now we can connect it to an option here, and so far we only have the name option, and when we go here and select the name. it is connected and let's just try it out and let's enter here name. and now we see the preview is showing the name. so now it's using the full space here on the preview, but now we only want to show it at the specific location. for this we can go in here and we can go on advanced, and here are many options. we can use manual locations, but the easiest one is to keep everything on automatik and just create a different area. the area is now set to full, so use everything. but we can also create it as a box and now we will see here a blue box appears and we can just drag, drag this box to fit where we want to put the name. let's say, you want to put it like this and this sound looks good a little bit to the left and what i now see here is the text is left aligned, so it makes sense here to use a center alignment. and, yeah, the rest is set to automatik. also, the scale is set to automatik with the font. it will automatikally scale the font when it's too big. so let's test this one out. let's just name one, two, three, four and see it still fits. and five, six hex now it's. it's always fitting. so if you want to have a limited number of inputs, you can of characters, you can also configure this. there's a lot of options here. you can say min length, max length, but for this example we're just going to leave it as is and we can now save it and view our product again. now we should see when we enter here my name, for instance michael- i can see the name here on the product now. this looks good so far, but we can also make it way more realistik. there are a lot of options here. let's check on the text. we can try to make it look more like an engraving, and this will be. we can change the color a bit. we could also use a color option and to connect it here on this name. but normally engraving is not colorizable. we just select the color here and which make it a little bit more gray than black. so this, maybe this is too gray, but for for engravings, it's always a good idea to to make to add some shadow or shade, and we can select the color here and just make it one one, just make it a little bit more looking like an engraving. maybe we can have a lighter, lighter shade. yeah, this looks better. so now it looks like it's engraved. now what i also like to do with engravings: we can also do a transformation on the text and just make sure that the text is always in uppercase. so this looks. maybe we have to enter another now. this looks way better. now. what i also like to do is offer different fonts for this. we can create a new option and select font and call it font. you can select different font families and it's also possible in the settings if you have to upload new fonts, but we're going to use the default fonts here, and when we are on the text layer, we have to connect it to the font option so we can select it here, and now we can. we should be able to select a more strange font and it should appear here. yeah, let's check this out. this seems to work well. so what also i like to do is i want to charge extra for when somebody chain selects an engraving. for this, i'm going to add a checkbox and put it as engraving. let's put now, put a label and we can add a value here and say: call it yes, and we can to put a price here and say it's five bucks and maybe we still have a label and we can then put it at the first and now this is just a checkbox. it will add that when we see we it will add five dollars here. but what we also can do is only show the name inputs when the engraving is selected. so for this we can go to the conditions and add a condition and select engraving equals.

How To Start A Shopify Personalization Store From Scratch (Exactly What I Did)

in this video, i will take you through every step of the way to bootstrap a new custom art store from scratch- [Music]. i myself am currently running multiple successful personalization stores specialized in selling art, but what if i had to start all over again? in my opinion, the whole drop shipping model is pretty unsustainable. when you're trying to send customers products from china, it is incredibly hard to build a long term profitable brand. you have zero control over what's been sent out from china. these things always break. this thing's always unsteady. it's a piece of crap. okay, you don't even know if the customer will actually receive the product. customers saying their online orders were never delivered, extremely delayed or empty, if you can believe it, and in my opinion, it is just too much to process when you're just starting out now. don't get me wrong. it is a business model that still works, but branding is definitely harder now. selling personalized art is what i see to be one of the most profitable business models in 2022. it's awesome. it's the real deal. the whole model can easily be overcomplicated. let me make it super simple for you. when an order is placed by the customer, all you have to do is forward the order to the designer, who will then illustrate the desired art file. once it's ready, the designer will send you back the art file, which you will then send over to the customer as a digital file with gmail. so you have 100 control over what's been sent out and when it's been sent out. now you can even upsell a frame poster, a pillow mod or whatever you can think of using a pod company. okay, before we start, i have broken the video down to four fundamental steps to get your store off the ground and running. the first and arguably the most important thing is the product we are going to sell now: obviously, art, but what kind of art? what's the art style going to be? for the purpose of this video, we will focus more on the yellow character art style, but what i like to do when searching for an art style to sell is to go on a website called fiverr and from there just keyword search, for example, custom portrait. now, the key here is to sort the results by best selling. this will give a good indication on what are the top selling art styles at the moment. now just spend some time on the research and try to find something that you might be passionate about selling. this custom bed portrait listing has over 1 000 reviews, so it means there's a high demand for this product. once you have found something interesting, then try to find some companies that are already selling this product. our objective here is to find out if this company is actually making some money. just try to find anything that reflects on their success. reviews, social pages, whether they're running facebook ads or not. sometimes i even go as far as making an order on their website to see how much sales have they made. now the order number indicates on how many orders have they received. when taking an estimated aoe of 50 dollars and multiplying it by the order number, we get an estimated lifetime revenue of now trying to go out there and sell a product like this or this and expect massive success is highly unlikely to happen because these stores have already built their brand around this product and spent massive amount of advertisement. but there actually is a way you can sell the same products successfully. this is the method i have been using to create my own stores. let me explain how, but before that, please subscribe to the channel. also, smash the like button for the youtube algorithm and now back to the video. now pretty much all of these big companies are advertising with facebook ads- i i am not a lizard- and most likely targeting worldwide audience. now, usually, facebook algorithm will pick up countries that interact the most with the advertisement and then it will start to push the advertising budget to these countries that have shown interest in the ad. when using a chrome extension called koala inspector, you can actually see what these countries are. for example, with turned yellow, we can see that the audience is mostly from these countries, which means they have just barely scratched the surface of the other countries. we can easily have a piece of that massive success by selling exactly the same product but to a more narrow down audience. this method is so untapped and has been working for me with pretty much every single store i have launched. now, when it comes to designing the art, you obviously have to find designers who will draw your orders, and it is 100 manual process. the way i go about finding designers to work with is once again hopping over to fiverr and just search for the art style you are going to sell. once you have found some promising designers, just shoot them a message like: hey, would you like to work with our yellow character company? we have a lot of orders, and 95 percent of the time, the answer is yes. now you don't want to make your orders through fiverr, because fiverr takes a fee on every single order instead, as if the designer is comfortable going private, and from there you can actually give a test order to the artist, which they will usually do you for free. you can even negotiate over the price per person, and at that point they are a part of your team. when you're starting to get a lot of orders, then just repeat the process and expand your team of artists to the point where they can easily deliver the orders within days. now, usually, drawing of one person will cost you around five dollars and you can mark it up on your store for even as high as 50. also, this product has huge scalability. the customers can actually choose how many people would like to get drawn yellow and, for example, let's say, a family of four would like a drawing of themselves in this yellow looking art style. that's already 105 and it's going to cost you only 20, leaving us with around 120 straight profit from one order alone- and i know it's possible because i have even made as high as 500 dollars from single order, and if that isn't crazy enough. you can even upsell a printed poster along with the digital file to stack up the profits even more. when it comes to upselling a printed file, i recommend using printify or printful as your pod companies, and it is a manual process. so each and every time a customer wants to order a printed poster, you have to hop over to printful and fulfill that order manually. our next step is to get the store up and running. now, when you have decided to narrow down on a non-english country, then you can hire someone from fiverr to translate your store and build a long-term relationship with them. also, shopify offers a wide range of languages you can choose from and have your store automatikally translated into your desired language. when it comes to building the store, our objective is to build a minimal conversion orientated store at first. there is really no need to spend hundreds of dollars on website design, as you can improve it along the way, and it usually cost me only fifty dollars to launch the stores. but now let's tok about reviews. reviews are one of the most important aspects about your website and obviously, when starting a new store, you don't have any customer reviews. but what i like to do is to get these reviews from my competitors websites and usually i aim to get around 100 reviews on a fresh store just to give a customer the needed level of confidence before purchasing. they put you in jail right away. no trial, no, no, nothing. once the others are consistently coming in, you can get these reviews from your own customers. and that also leads us to the next step, which is applications. the most important personalization apps i recommend to use are bold product options that allows you to set up your product page options, including the box of notes. secondly, looks reviews for making your page look trustworthy and collecting customer reviews. and lastly, upload kit, which allows the customer to attach photos to the order we have spe.

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How To Add Custom Fields To Products On Shopify

hey guys, christian, here and today, we're going to go over a fairly new update where you can add custom fields to your products, and, of course, i'm going to show you some examples at the end. let's get started. custom fields, or meta fields, enable you to customize the functionality and appearance of your shopify store by letting you save specialized information that isn't usually captured by the shopify admin. you can use metafields for internal tracking or to display specialized information on your online store in a variety of ways. for example, a candle seller might want to display a burn time for candles on their product pages, while a grocery store may want to display a product expiration date for canned goods. in our example, we're actually going to add model information, recitan information, in a collapsible menu to the product page, so you can actually see that dynamic data on a per product basis, which you can do before. all right, and then, for those of you who don't know exactly what i'm toking about, i'm going to show you here in our totally 90s kit website. so i'm going to click on the little eyeball here, i'm going to open up and find one of our products. i'm gonna go to the fresh prince of bel air and click on the yellow shirt and when we tok about custom fields, if you think about all these right here. so the fresh prince design d, this is tiknically a field. this is the title of that product, right? uh? this is another field. this will be the pricing and so forth. so each of these things right here are tiknically fields. now, what you couldn't do before was add custom ones, and that's what we're going to show you how to do today. there's two ways to access the actual meta fields. i keep saying custom fields, but custom fields and meta fields are the same thing. but if we go here to settings and you'll see that now we have a meta fields option, it's going to be pretty fairly new. so, as you can see, some of the options here are still coming soon. so there will be some videos in the future that we'll be toking about meta fields and how to use them for collections, customers and orders. but for now we have products and variants as the only options that we can add extra midi fields. so we're gonna go to products and then in here we can add a new definition and then in here we can do- let's see product um sizing in the description. you can add a description, if you like. uh, this would be for, again, people who are inputting this information- you, they might need an extra description for it. so let's put. and then you have the option to select the content type. um, you have a lot of different things in here, as color, date and time file, json files, measurements, number rating, reference text- true or false- and urls. depending on what you pick based on these content type, it's going to be the exact content. so if you pick url, for example, you will have to type in a full url for that custom field to actually work. so in this, in this instance, we're just going to do product sizing, so it's going to be general text, so we're going to click on text for that. then in here you can do single line or you can do a multi-line, etc. and then validation, you can actually create rules so you can have a minimum length, a maximal length or, with the regular expression, there's certain keywords that need to be included within that partikular thing. i'm just going to save this just for now, just so we can kind of see what we're working with here. now, typically, when you go to your products- and let's go to the one that we were at, which is the- this one, the yellow shirt, just as i showed you those fields on the live website. the fields over here you'll see the, the title description, these are all different fields- the actual picture or media, the variants are all different fields. and then here towards the bottom, once we start adding custom fields or meta fields, you'll start seeing them populate right here. so, product sizing: we have it in here and we can add information. you see, the description will show right here at the bottom. it's a single line. click on save on that and now that we've saved that for that partikular product, now we're gonna go back to our online store and we're gonna click customize. but before we keep going on, i want to say welcome to everyone new. my name is christian pinon, one of the co-founders here at the branding. we've been helping frustrated store owners since 2015 become impactful. still owners tutorials, tactiks and strategies, and one of the ways you can support our channel is by hitting that subscribe button and turn it on notification. now that we're back here in the editor, we're gonna click on the product page, i'm gonna go to the default page and then i'm gonna expand on this. oh, alert, custom alert, customer caution, caution, um, actually, we're gonna take a little break here. we're gonna go. we have to rewind and go back. uh, this is a good, good learning opportunity here for us. in order to fully use the new meta fields, you have to use a online store 2.0 theme. these are newly created themes for this partikular feature set and for additional features that's coming in the future. so if your store is not a 2.0 store, you will need to upgrade to a better, more updated theme, which we will be making a video on this pretty soon, toking a little bit more in depth about that. but since this theme right here is tiknically not, uh, supported with the new os 2.0, we're going to click on exit real quick and i'm going to show you where you can find these new themes. now, some of the old themes. they have updated their themes to have the new 2.0 stuff, but you have to actually fully click the button and update it and you will see a message right here at the very top where it will say: hey, this theme has a new version. please update. please do, because it will include a lot of new features that you currently don't have and they will keep adding more in the future. now, um, i'm going to see explore free themes. when i click on that- and yeah, in here i believe that, yeah, the only one right now is the recording of this video. the only free theme is the dawn theme. so you see, it has a badge that says os 2.0. but there are a few other ones, so i'm going to click on both paid and free and have check mark the online store 2.0. you will see that some of the older ones, um, like fret, expand, streamline, uh, i remember avenues, one of the old ones, impulse- for these impulses i know a lot of our clients- motion is another one. so all these older ones, they have upgraded them to the 2.0 and, as you can see, the pricing has gone up a little bit on these, um, this one's 310, this is 300, 280, but it's because they opened up the floodgates to truly have a custom experience when it comes to to your themes. so for this partikular website that we're doing here, we're gonna just do dawn and i think i have it uploaded already here. see, yeah, dawn is right here. so what we're gonna do is we're actually gonna customize this one. that way we can kind of see what we're working with when it comes to these new meta fields, all right. so, yeah, in here we're going to go and do the same process: go to products and default product and then in here you can see the difference: um, the product information is actually broken down into each separate field, right? so potentially, if you wanted to hide the- i don't know the title of it, you can literally just hide the title by clicking a button, whereas before is probably a little bit more complicated and you have to do a little bit of custom code and custom work to it. now in order to add the precision information that we added, we're going to click on add block and then for this partikular theme, the don theme, it gives you a few options on what you can do. as far as the content, typically you may find that you just have the option for text, but you do have some other ones in here. i want to do the collapsible tab, because that's just additional information that doesn't need to be necessarily displayed right away. um, and once we click on- if you can see right here it's already been added- we can click on col.

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How To Design And Sell Custom Products Online With Shopify (2022)

how to design and sell custom products on shopify. hi guys, welcome back. today, i am going to be giving you a tutorial on how to create your own custom products and then list them on shopify. so let's get started. first, what you have to do is you will simply go to your shopify store. we require a shopify store in order to sell products, and then we can just simply list our products on shopify. we know that we can integrate our cj, dropshipping, ali, express, ebay, on any kind of print on demand platform to a shopify to sell products. but do you know that we can also create custom products and we can actually run a print on demand on shopify as well? so that's what we will be covering today, and i'll show you how you can actually create custom products, such as clothes, bags and leggings, mugs, face masks, anything you want- with a free platform and then sell it on shopify. um, so for that, you will actually have to go to teespringcom. now why i have chosen teespring? well, teespring is a print on demand which is a free platform, and i personally use teespring as well to design products. we can design stikers, mugs, hoodies, t-shirts and phone cases, pillowcases- whatever we want we can design right here on teespring for free, and we can sell products on teespring as well, and we can then list these products on shopify as well by adding teespring to our shopify. now, keep in mind, you don't need to go to just t spring. there are a lot of printing demand out there, such as printful. there is also redbubble. there is also cj drop shipping. they also allow us to create our own custom products. but today i will be going for a an easy way and the way i do it, and i'll show you how you can do it too. so let's go to teespring and then i'm going to click on start creating and i will just sign into my account of teespring once you log into your teespring or after the initial sign up. signing up process is really easy. you can sign up with your google account or you can sign up with your email address. so after the initial sign-in, this is where you will get and i have logged into my teespring. now you can see, we can create classic t-shirts, mugs and stikers and bags- everything we want. home decor. i can create wall arts. i can create pillows, blankets. if we can create digital products, we can create apparel. in apparel. we have socks, bottoms, t-shirt, hoodies, tank tops, activator and others as well. in collection, i have gaming collections, arts and crafts, educational collection, lifestyle, wellness and summer, so we can create anything. for now, what i'm gonna do is i'm gonna go for peril, because that's what i do and i sell clothes on shopify, so i'm gonna create a custom design right here. so let's just go with a simple classic t and you just click on this button right here and it takes you to your editor. so right here we have our editor and we can design our product and i can create a design and add a custom design right here. so what i'm going to do is this is the front, and then we can switch to back as well. on the front, what i'm going to do is i'm going to go and add an image, but so this design was actually requested by a user, by a customer, and i am creating a custom product right now. make sure the quality of the print is good, and what now i can do is i can just simply go ahead and get a product and list it on shopify as well. so for the back, what i'm gonna do is i'm just gonna go and, uh, in the back we can go with the text, any text we want. so just click on add text option and you enter the text you want. also, i am saying it again and again, there are other platforms as well, but i go with um teespring because teespring allows me to earn profit. i earn on teespring and i earn on shopify as well, so this is like actually pretty good, and the more sales i make, i make profit on teespring as well and i make money from shopify. so this is my text on the background and, of course, i'm gonna change the font for this one and we can change the font from here. you can see there are a lot of them available, so i'm gonna go with this one right here. after that, we can change the color of the font as well. once you're- uh, you have added the design, then you're gonna choose the product color and we can add maximum color so that we can actually have all of these different, you know- shirts. so i'm just gonna select all the colors and let's just go with our front design and check how it looks. the red one looks really good, and then we have gray, so it's looking good on all of the designs. so i'm going to select all of the colors here. black is also looking really good, so i'm going to click on done and these are my different product colors. then we have select image. so i'm gonna edit this one and select an image which will be shown as a thumbnail. so i'm gonna go with the red one. then we have to enter our price. so you can see, the set price is 17, but i'm not, you know, sending it for 17.. i'm gonna sell it for 25 and then 27 euros, so this is the profit that i will be making. i'm gonna click on continue and then we can actually choose from all of the different products available. here. you can see, we have bags, we have mugs, we have pillows, we have tank tops, we have hoodies, so you will be able to create as many custom products as you want. and then there are stikers as well, as you can see right here. these are the different products we can create. now these are my custom products and i'm going to click on continue and these products will be listed right here on teespring. you just enter your title description, your url. now, this is the url that we want. let's move to our shopify now and i'll quickly show you how to add it on shopify. so, on shopify, what we need to do is we need to go to the shopify apps and we can add actually teespring to our shopify. and another way is go to add products right here and it allows you to actually import a csv and you will be able to import products from other platforms and you can get a media or a product with a url. so i'm just gonna click on add from url and we can add an image or video so we can select the image from our teespring. when it comes to the price, when it comes to listing, i will list this product right here on shopify with my teespring, and this is how you can create custom products very easily. uh, with shopify, there are other ways as well. you can get custom products from cj drop shipping as well. uh, why i am mentioning cj? because i already have cj added to my shopify and it allows me to import products. so i can just go to city drop shipping and create custom products from there as well. or i can just get products from other platforms by creating custom products, such as etsy as well. you just create a product and then list them on shopify and sell them for your prices on your online store that you have with shopify. shopify is an amazing platform with a lot of different uh tools and features that help us run a successful business online, and now we know how to create custom products and sell them on shopify. so yeah, guys, this brings us to the end of the video. i hope that i was a big help to you, and now you know everything that you wanted to know, and don't forget to give this video a big thumbs up if this tutorial was a big help to you. i tried to tell you everything about the topic and i hope that you understood everything. and now you are good to go, and don't forget to uh share this video with your friends and family members so they can also get the information they want to. also, you can subscribe to the youtube channel. the button will be given right down below. go ahead and subscribe to the youtube channel. also, hit the notification bell so every time, you get notified when we post a video. so, yeah, also leave a comment down below: what was your favorite part and what did you learn from this video, or if you have any question. i hope that i was a big help to you. 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How To Add Customized Options To Your Products On Shopify

[Music]. hi guys, man, it has been a while so i have. man, i don't even remember the last time i put a video up, and the reason for that is we are in the middle of a move, yes, again. so we sold our house in december and we have been in this rental ever since, but we finally found a home and we are closing in six days. so that is great news. but it just made things really hard to continue recording the way our setup was. so the first round, first go round, of our move, moving out of our house, we left our etsy open, our website open. we were still taking orders and that was horrific. i mean, we couldn't get caught up. it was so difficult and we didn't move and mark boxes appropriately because a lot of them would even close all the way. um, we were just we're trying to move and work at the same time and it was just a huge mess. we couldn't find things we needed and i was up for weeks crying, didn't sleep, just to get caught. it was so bad. it was so bad. okay, so this time we decided to go ahead and deactivate everything on etsy to dwindle down our orders so that we could pack and move correctly this time. we want to make sure we mark all the boxes the way we're supposed to. we want to organize everything. um, i'm moving into a gigantik craft space so i want to make sure that when we move in there, i am able to locate the boxes i need when i need them, organize everything. i just want a much smoother move this time. so, um, my sales are gonna go down, um, for about a month and a half, but that's okay, it'll all work out and i'm gonna have my dream craft room finally. we'll be all moved and settled and then, um, we can move on like and try to fill all of our goals and dreams for this year. we do have some orders left over. they were working on for some companies, um, one is a janitorial company. they were working on safety vests and shirts and aprons. for. another one is a, a church that we're working on to decor for their ministry party. uh, we have a few events left between now and um move time. so we're still very busy now with etsy orders, but still very busy. i'll walk in there um and a little bit and kind of show you guys what we have going on. it's a disaster: boxes everywhere, um that we still have to fill, but, um, they're empty. all the boxes that are packed are labeled and either in storage or in a garage. so we're making great progress. but, with all that said, i've received a lot of questions from viewers wanting to know how i have my shopify website set up, the way i do, with being able to request customers to enter in their customization information and adding that to the cart. so i'm gonna walk you guys through that. so follow me along and i hope you guys find this helpful. all right, guys. so i have gotten quite a few comments on my um youtube channel and and also my direct messages on instagram about how i'm able to add in these option selections into my shopify website. so, because i do make custom outfits, um, i need to know, for the sake of someone's birthday or other occasion, maybe their age, their name, the need-by-date of this special outfit, any other customization notes. so i had to figure out a way to have this all on here as a requirement before my customers check out and add to cart. so i'm gonna kind of walk you guys through how i was able to do this. so, from your shopify um, you will go to apps and you will need to look up the app called variant option product. um, this is an add-on that you're gonna have to add into your shop. um, it does cost some- it's 8.95 a month, which is going to be add on to your shopify fees- but in my opinion it's well worth it if you make customized items for your customers. so once you add that on, it'll show up in your apps list and you would just select it and then everything in your shop will pull up and you'll select whatever it is in your shop that you want to add these customization options to. for me, it's mostly everything- um, so these are all done, but i'm gonna show you one that i haven't done to kind of walk you through the steps. so okay, um, obviously this one's not going to be purchased right now because easter is over, but just for the sake of it, let's try this one. you would select your product from your store list. here's your add option box. everything you add and create in this little area is going to end up down here in your preview section. so this outfit doesn't require a name, but just for the sake of it and for showing you guys, let's say that we need to know their name. here's different ways you can have your customers enter information. um, i'm gonna select text and make this required field. that way my customer cannot add to cart and check out without this information. that way it's not forgotten. um, you want to make sure you have a little box that says visible, selected, and then you add option. now it puts it down here in the little preview section. now, if you add half width, i'll show you what that does in the next option. so now let's say i need their age, say it's going to be a birthday shirt, and either age. i would also want them to select: enter by text, make it required visible. and if you select half width, it just changes the way it looks. let me show you what that looks like. so, to make it look like this rather than like that. that's the only difference. let's say we also need their need by date. that's very important, right? so here you can have select text or you can select date. if you select date, it will give them kind of a range when they would need it. so you can do that. or you can just select text and make them, like you know, have to actually type it in. whichever you prefer, um select required, add that option and just depends on how you like the look. you can do it half width or the full length, whatever works for you. um, let's say we also need. let's just say we want to also give them the opportunity to add um, let's say um notes and customization, just in case they want to add something different. so of course you would select text. it doesn't, it's not required. um, they don't have to put anything in there. so you don't have to select this little box. make sure visible is selected. if you want customization to cost anything extra, you would put that in there like, say, any further customization would be two dollars. whatever, you just add that in right there. so now you have all these different add-ons. um, what i like to do is i like to add a bow too. so let's give them an option to add on a few items at the end. that is kind of a benefit to you. you know you're going to up sale, so let's do. let's call this um outfit add-ons and let's add multiples. we're gonna select the check box: multiple choice. it's not required. again, um, let's put in here hair bow [Music] and for that let's say we're gonna. if they select that it's an additional eight dollars. let's also say a diaper cover, diaper covers, diaper cover, slash bloomer. let's say that's another eight dollars. what else can we add? say you make sparkly shoes and that's in your pictures, i don't. but, um, say you do, i don't know. what do people charge for that? i'm just going to throw something out there. i don't know, um. so you just add your list of different upsale items on there. add the option: oh, why is it not working? oh, i forgot, it doesn't. doesn't like that, sorry guys, isn't like the apostrophes? i mean, yeah, it doesn't like those extra characters. so app add-on. and then, because we selected the from here, we selected a multiple choice checkbox. it appears this way, so they'll enter the name of the child, the age, their need by date. any additional notes? oh, yeah, i want a hair bow. oh, you know what? yes, add a diaper cover. that's gonna continue adding money to their cart. you see that how it went up by 16. or they don't have to, and it'll just be the price of the outfit. so you can test what this looks like by hitting live product. let's find that item. here it is. so here's the bunny outfit and everything we added to it um, bunny unicorn easter tutu outfit select. they would select their size. they don't want you to only say they want the tutu and the shirt. the name cindy, they would enter that her.

Product Personalizer Shopify App Tutorial

personalized products have absolutely been blowing up lately and i think they're going to continue to grow on an upward trend throughout 2021. so in today's full-length tutorial, i'm going to be showing you how you can use the product personalizer shopify app to go and create beautiful personalized products that you can start selling on your shopify print on demand stores. so let's take a look at the products that we will be building in today's tutorial with the product personalizer shopify app. so the first one here is just this: custom wedding signs. as you can see, people can go and add their name and date to it. so we just go and hit personalize over here. as you can see, they can go and add their names. so if i just go and add my name in over here and, as you can see, it gives you a live update. so i'll be showing you how you can go and add fonts, how you can go and change the colors, how you can go and make the text curved and all of those types of things. and then they can go and add their dates as well over here, so they can go and add any date they want. so if we just go for, let's say, this date over here, you can see that it updates live once again, and then, if they go and hit add to cart over here, then we will see that they can just go and add the product to the cart. so let's just go and hide this. and what it does? it actually generates their design as a png so they can go and download that image to go and remember what their product is actually going to look like. so that's the first product that i'm going to show you how to build using the product personalized app, and then the second one over here is a little more in-depth. so it's basically essentially the same concept, but when they go to hit personalize, they can go and choose the name, they can go and choose the date. so let's just go and choose some names over here and once they choose their name, they can go and choose the dates again, so they can go and say any date they want, and then what they can do with this one is they can go and change the image. so you can see, over here we have a few different images that they can go and choose from, just like this: once again, they can just go and hit add to cart. so this is the power of using the product personalizer shopify app, and this is really amazing. if you have a print on demand store and you want to go and offer these types of products. so the first thing that you are going to do is we're going to head back to our shopify dashboard over here and the first thing that you're going to want to do is go and install the product personalizer shopify app. so if we just go to visit shopify app store over here and then from here, if we just go and type in product personalizer and we hit enter and you can go and see that it's this one over here. so it's like a purple sort of icon. so if we just go and click on this, i just want to go and show you. so if we just go and scroll down, you can see we have a few different plans over here. so if you want to, you can just start off with the 9.99 per month plan, which is very reasonably priced if you want to go and get started with these types of products, and then, if you want to go and add more products, it goes all the way up to a 29.99 per month. so if you just click the link in the description, you will find the product personalizer, then all you need to do is just go and hit add app. so, once you have added the app, you will see that you've got the product personalized app over here. now the first thing that you're going to want to do, of course, is import some products, perhaps from a print on demand provider. so you can see, i'm using this new over here and they're a really good provider because they have lots of different unique products. so you can see. that's where i got this custom wedding sign from. so if you just go and have a look at some of their products, if we just go to all categories over here and you can go and see that they have loads and loads of different products that you could go and potentially import that then you could go and add personalization to. so, like i said, think about what type of product you want to import. it doesn't have to be from this new, it could be from any other print on demand provider. but, like i said, i'm just using them for this example. so i've gone and imported some products. so if we just go over to products over here, you will see that you've got your imported products from, like i said, whoever you're deciding to use as your print on demand provider. but i'm just going to go and add a product from scratch so we can go and start from scratch. so we just go and click add product over here. i'm just going to go and very quickly add in a mock-up product so that we can go and create one of these product personalizer products from scratch. so i've just gone and created one of these wedding sign products, again from scratch, so we can go and look at how to add personalization to this product from scratch. now the first thing you are going to want to do is you are going to want to go and create your design in canva or in photoshop and then upload the mock-ups of the product so you can see over here i've got the mock-ups already. so if we just go and open this up, you can see we've got some really nice mock-ups of how it's actually going to look. so i've just gone and created this in photoshop like this, and then all i've done after that is i've gone over to this new and i've just gone and hit design and then once you actually go and design the product, it creates the mock-ups like this with the design. so if i just go and hit design over here just to show you what i mean. and, like i said, you can do this with any print on demand provider. so let me just go and log in here. so now that i'm logged in, i can go and create the design. so just go to design over here. i'm just going to go and hit image and i'm just going to go and upload that image that i created, so it should be in here. so it's this one over here. so this is sort of the final design that i want people to be able to create with the product personalized app. so let's just wait for this to upload. so, basically, once i finish this design, then this new will generate the mock-ups that i can go and download. so i've gone and downloaded the mock-ups. so if we come back over here now, i can go and upload those mock-ups, as you can see, like i've already done here. so we just go to add media, we can go back in here and we can see. i've downloaded these mock-ups and i've just added them, and the reason you want to do that is because you want to go and show what the final product is going to look like. so, firstly, go make sure that you add your mock-ups to your actual product. whether you've imported it from printful or from printify or from this new, it doesn't really matter, just make sure that you've got your mock-ups in there. so now we're just going to go and hit save over here. so we've created the product and, like i said, if you import the product directly from a print-on-demand provider like this new or printful or printfire generally, all of this will be created for you anyway. so now that we've done that, we can go over to apps. and now we can go to product personalizer. so go to your product personalizer app over here and you will see the product that you've just created. so you can see, this is the one i've just created over here. so what we're going to want to do is go and hit configure over here. so once you hit configure, firstly it's going to have the background area. so this is going to be where the actual personalization is going to take to take place. so what you're going to want to do is you're going to want to go and create another version of your design, but without the areas that are going to be personalized. so, for example, if this bit over here is not going to be personalized for the first product, so they're just going to be able to personalize the text and that's it. what i'm going to do with this design is on photoshop. i'm going to go and turn off the text and i'm just going to go and have this image over her.