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Published on: January 31 2023 by pipiads

How To Run A Shopify Dropshipping Store If You're Under 18

what's going on? guys standing with another video and then this one, I'm gonna be going over a roadblock I have when I first started drop shipping, as well as a question. I get a lot, and the question that I get a lot is: how do I start a drop shipping store if I'm under 18? like, how do I receive payments if I'm under 18, how the taxes work and everything like that. so in this one I'm gonna be giving a little bit of overview of how I worked around it and figured out how I could actually receive payments and have everything verified correctly. so if you're new to shop buy, you can create a store under your name. that's not a problem. but then, once you reach a certain amount of sales, Shopify is gonna ask you for identification to verify you. so if you turn in your ID and you're only 16 years old, they're just gonna lock your account and shut you down just because you're a minor, and it gives their terms and conditions of being a minor and owning a Shopify store. that's just how their legal business runs. they don't accept minors. so if you're a minor, then they're just going to completely shut you down and then you're no longer gonna be able to make sales or receive payments and then that stores just done so. that's pretty much what happened to me. when I first started, I had no idea what I was doing. I had connected my checking account that's under my mom's name and then I was just using that to receive payments and using my personal PayPal. and then my paypal got locked because they try to verify me and I'm not 18, and then that got shut down. money was locked. your PayPal will instantly get locked if they figure out you're under 18. and then my bank account. it was fine. I could still receive payments, but Shopify didn't like that. I was still 16, so it shut that down. and then I tried to figure out what I wanted to do, something I've toked to my parents a little bit. so what you can do is have one of your parents enter their social security number on your shopify so that verifies that there is someone over 18 managing this Shopify store and they own the store, and then, if they ask for identity verification, then you can turn in your parents ID and then they'll verify you and your and your account will be fine. but my parents really didn't want to do that because that social security number can affect their taxes. so instead of having your social security number on there, you can actually use an EIN, which is what you can get once you create a legal business entity. so what I did was I started an LLC, a limited liability company, with my dad as the organizer and on the 100% owner. so I'm the owner of this company and it can hold all my stores, any business ventures that I go through, and I'm able to use that IIM that I, with that LLC as a social security number sort of it, basically keeps track of all the taxes and verifies that this is a legal business and they're able to run this. they're 18, whatever, because my dad's on that. he's over 18. so then also, it's sort of the same thing with PayPal. I had to create a business PayPal account for my Shopify stores that I use for all my Shopify stores- this one PayPal account. so I have to use my dad's name for the PayPal because he's over 18. I can't use my name, just in case they find out some way and locked my account or something- and they actually did for some reason. I have no idea why, but they have locked by 10 grand right now my PayPal and I still haven't got it unlocked. it's been like a month, sort of annoying. 10 grand is stuck and I've been having to use another PayPal. so PayPal off to my account but I'm actually still able to receive payments from customers. I just can't take the money out, so that money's sitting there at my PayPal. I'm not able to use it to buy orders on Aliexpress and fulfilling or buy anything or transfer it to my bank. it's all just sitting there and I can't do anything with it. and I'm still trying to figure it all out. spent too long with them still holding my money, so sort of annoying. but anyways, my stuff's all verified is with my ein, my legal business and my dad's name on there, so I've no idea why they locked it. it's really just an annoying situation. I mean, that's just how it goes when you start making money with drop shipping. there's always going to be some kind of problem that comes up. so back to what you need to do. if you're under 18 and want to start drop shipping, there's two options. first off, you can use your parents social security number and use them as the name on the Shopify count, and then you just manage everything but their names on it so they can verify that they're over 18. or secondly, you can create a legal business entity and use that, use the ein from that entity to show that this is a legal business and one of the members on the business is over 18 years old, and then you can verify it that way and if they ask for verification they'll ask you for the legal business documents of the organisation. so then you can send that to the name and know, verify your account and everything will be good. so right now my Shopify is all good. I use my legal business entity for all the Shopify stores that I create and it's worked fine so far. and then the ein is there so it keeps track of all my taxes as an income and everything like that, so the IRS can keep track of everything. so basically my dad's name and my business name is on everything, but I'm essentially just the owner of the business. so I'm able to manage everything and I can pretty much do what I want and my dad is just there to show shopify that my business account is not made by a minor in that legal and then I'm able to run these stores illegally and taxes and everything, or set up five. so those are the two options on what you can do if you're under 18. but I mean I with the legal business entity. I think it's more useful because you can use it for all your Shopify stores, easier to keep up with taxes and stuff like that. so hope you enjoyed this video. guys, make sure to leave a like, comment and subscribe. peace. [Music]. [Applause] [Music].

How to find Shopify Product ID, Handle, SKU, and Variant ID number

in this quick screencast tutorial, we are going to find how, in Shopify, do you find your variant ID, your product ID, your SKU, the things that Shopify uses to identify your products. so it's useful to be able to access this stuff. uh, often is part of troubleshooting, whether it's for an app, an integration or something like your Google or Facebook product feeds, and so we're going to look at those and, as an example, we're just going to use my wife's store. so if you open up a product in the admin, this is the easiest way to do it and I'll also we'll walk through what our things are here. so in the URL it goes: slash admin, slash products, and then this number: that's your product ID. so slash product, slash the number right there. product ID: that's the actual unique identifier that Shopify uses, uh, internally to identify a product. and then, if you scroll to the bottom of this page, this, uh, this URL slug, is the handle, and so it's. if we hit edit in the search engine listing, it's this guy. that guy's the handle. all right, so that's the other way product pages get identified. in here it's by product ID or product handle. so, okay, we got those two. well, now there's two more, because that the ID in the handle they identify here. if I open this up, they identify this whole page, you know. but we have, if you've got multiple colors, Styles, sizes, well, each one of those needs its own unique identifier as well. so handle and ID gives us the the whole encompassing group of the product options. but within that you've got at least one variant, right, and so how do we get those? well, uh, similar method. so, like looking at this product, if we watch the URL, even as I change these sizes, you could see the number up here changes and it even here's the giveaway, I mean, it tells you variant equals Flatout is telling you in the URL. so those are the variant IDs. the other way to grab it, uh, if you hit edit- and where is it? I know there's a way to do this where you can edit the skus. oh, here it is: scroll down and look at the URL. so I'm on the variant here. this is like an easy, visual way to do it. the variant here is black, extra small, and then up here I could see product, the product ID, variant, the variant ID. aha, okay, we got it there. fabulous, let's go back. and then the in here we can also find the skew. there it is. that is the other way we identify variants: either by skew or by variant ID. and then our, our main product is by product ID or product handle. all right, now, here's like. you want the super cool hacker trick to do this. if you're looking at a product page in your Shopify admin, just add dot XML on the end of it. so X like xylophone, M like mother, L like life- enter. look at that. it spits out this: uh, it's this really meant for machines, but a human readable saying listing of here's everything Shopify knows and you could conceivably want to know about your product. this is more data than is even in the spreadsheet that Shopify will give you if you export your products. and you can see right at the top it goes, product ID. boom, there's the product ID and it's got all our other stuff in here. there's our handle that we were just toking about. uh, scrolling on down, then we could see variant ID. so here it's got, we can see our variant ID and the title of that variant and then even our SKU. and so I like using um, like when I just want to go find the stuff myself. this is what I do: I just find the product in the store and I append dot XML to the URL and then grab it from here. it makes makes life fairly fairly easy. so that's it. that's how you find those four identifiers: product ID, variant ID, product handle and variant SKU. if you're ever trying to troubleshoot, you need that info. you know an app developer asks you for it, for whatever reason. now you know how to get it. hope that helps. [Music]: foreign- foreign.

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Shopify Payments - WICHTIG - USt. ID eintragen, Einstellungen & Shopify Steuerinfos

hallo und herzlich willkommen zum heutigen tutorial. in diesem video will ich gerne mit euch über das thema shopping entsprechen. ich möchte mit euch vor allen dingen auch mal darüber gehen, wo man denn eigentlich seine umsatzsteuer id in shops eintragen kann, welche weiteren steuerlichen informationen man angeben sollte, wie das aussieht mit beispielsweise, sagen wir mal, der erhebung von steuern usw. sofort, dass wir uns einfach mal mit dieser tiknischen seite beschäftigen. das alles kommt gleich im tutorial. falls sie mehr zum thema shopping wissen möchte- man schaut gerne mal in die video beschreibung rheindorf befindet sich meine fünfeinhalb stunden lange show meisterkurs. im kurs lernt ihr alles rund ums thema shopping. jetzt aber erstmal ganz, ganz viel spaß. wird diesem tutorial in diesem video würde ich gerne mit ihr über das thema shopping payment sprechen. was genau ist of payments? wo können wir sparen, uns sehen und was sind die vor- und nachteile von den top five payments also an sich? ich muss ehrlich zugeben, nachteile sind doch sehr, sehr, sehr gering in der anzahl. es gibt einfach nur extrem viele vorteile, die shops payments mit sich bringen. wenn ihr beispielsweise auf euren store draufgeht und klickt auf katalog und geht in eure produkte rein und sagen wir zum beispiel diesen smileys tiker hier, dann werdet ihr sehen, dass es unterschiedlichste zahlungsoptionen gibt. zum beispiel kann ich mal hier auf add to card klicken, und kann er mal auf biograf klicken und kann einmal im: schau mir das ganze hier zum beispiel, oder wie ich das ganz kaufen kann. dann sie hier: das ist natürlich paypal. gibt, das ist google per, gibt, das ist ok. gibt und natürlich auch alle möglichen anderen zahlungsmethoden, wie zum beispiel mx, apple, google paypal, mastercard, dann paypal, chopin und visa, aber ich habe natürlich nicht überall accounts. zum beispiel, natürlich habe ich ein paypal account, aber ich habe keinen google pkk und ich habe keinen shop around, ich habe keine emex oder was auch immer, aber ich kann dennoch so zahlungen empfangen, und das ganze lässt sich machen mit jockey payments. das heißt, wie genau funktioniert das ganze? ihr könnt praktisch euer geld bekommen, ganz normal. wir banküberweisung, das heißt, wenn ihr in euren store reingeht und geht in die shops payments rein, das wird sowieso bei euch, wenn ihr auf die homepage geht, dann wird er oben stehen, so etwas wie hinsichtlich kreditkartenzahlungen. dass ihr dann noch einige dinge, einige veränderungen vornehmen, ist da einfach einmal drauf klicken. das wird bei euch auf rom ganz oben stehen, an, und ihr könnt praktisch also hier an euren job payments arbeiten. oder schöne ist, wenn ihr diese show payments einrichtet, dass ihr einfach dann euer geld aus überwiesen bekommt, wie er einfach eurer via überweisung. das heißt, nehmen wir beispielsweise an, aus irgendeinem grund möchtet ihr zum beispiel nicht mehr mit paper arbeiten, oder möglicherweise sagt die einfach: okay, ich möchte jetzt nicht paypal verwenden, weil ich da so viele prozente abgeben muss, zum beispiel an paypal. oder ich möchte nicht mit shopping arbeiten, damit google pay oder was auch immer, ich möchte aber all diese zahlungsoption anbieten. dann ist das für euch genau das richtige, weil ihr halt all diese unterschiedlichen zahlungsmethoden anbieten können: tvi, halt praktisch paypal und chopin und so weiter und so fort. aber ihr braucht dort überall nicht die accounts haben, sondern schöpfe hat diese accounts, und dann, wenn jemand hier etwas kauft, dann natürlich bezahlte. er ist ein praktischer beifall und schoppe fall schickt euch dann das geld weiter in form einfach von einer ganz normalen überweisung, wo er halt ihre iban angibt, und dann hat sich das ganze. und das ist halt der riesige vorteil, was shop payments angeht, nämlich wenn es irgendeinen grund zum beispiel auch nicht mehr paper mit euch zusammen arbeitet oder möglicherweise ja andere tools- ich jetzt mal nicht mehr durch zu arbeiten- oder vielleicht sogar in eurem land nicht zur verfügung stehen- was auch bei vielen leuten sein kann, weil paypal nicht überall zur verfügung verfügung steht dann natürlich an, könnt ihr einfach diese shops finance hier verwenden und könnt dennoch euer geld bekommen. und das ist halt, wie gesagt, der riesige vorteile. hier haben wir noch mal die unterschiedlichen optionen: zb, visa, discover, hockey, google, paypal pay und sofort. und dann auch hier einige informationen, nämlich die per mail info in business. data safety of payments ist pci compliance und security check out. also ihr müsst euch keine sorgen machen, dass da jetzt irgend welche daten zum beispiel weg kommen oder dass sie diesbezüglich probleme bekommt, weil einfach shoppen sich um all diese dinge hier kümmert. das heißt, es ist wirklich wirklich sicher. und hier können noch mal einige weitere optionen hinzufügen, und ihr seht, das ganze. integriert ist in euroshop die fahrpläne, nämlich ihr zahlt nichts extra. hier haben wir zwar noch so ein paar- sag jetzt mal ja, tradecard waits, die halt anfangen damit 32 cent pro überweisung unter dem posten tradecard racing 27, und das war s dann praktisch. und wenn ihr halt diese höheren pläne nennt, wie zum beispiel halt diesen shops fahrplan, events zu planen, natürlich werden auch diese beträge hier geringer, aber an sich, wie gesagt, ein ziemlich smart system, und ihr könnt das ganze einrichten hier jederzeit. nämlich: hier steht: dein job akzeptiert kreditkarten mit of payments. bevor dein umsatz auf dem bankkonto einzahlen kannst, musst du einige zusätzliche informationen angeben, und das wollen wir mal zusammen machen, nämlich unternehmens, natürlich in meinem falle einzelpersonen, einzelunternehmer. dann ist dein unternehmen im handelsregister angemeldet? nein, natürlich nicht. dann hast du eine umsatzsteuer identifikationsnummer. ja, die müssen wir jetzt hier unten eingeben. dann die geschäftsadresse: müssen wir ein geben, dass es dann ein büro beziehungsweise eure adresse zu hause, wenn ihr von zu hause aus arbeitet. dann runter haben wir die persönlichen daten: vornamenachname, geburtszahlen, geht, monat und tag und dann nochmal hier eure steueridentifikationsnummer. ich kriege immer wieder folgende frage, nämlich: was ist denn das eigentlich für eine nummer? nämlich es gibt ja einmal die umsatzsteuer id, es gibt aber die steuernummer, und es gibt die steueridentifikationsnummer bei der umsatzsteuer id, also umsatzsteueridentifikationsnummer. dabei handelt sich einfach nur um die nummer, die er vom finanzamt bekommt bei der steuernummer. das ist halt eine nummer, die die kommunikation bzw die euch mit dem finanzamt verbindet. also die umsatzsteueridentifikationsnummer ist nur relevant in umsatzsteuer fragen. die steuernummer ist zum beispiel für steuererklärungen drauf, und dann gibt es noch an praktisch die steueridentifikationsnummer, nämlich die steuer identifikationsnummer ist ein nummer, die ihr einen euro bekommt. die ist dann vor allem relevant in einkommensteuer und lohnsteuer fragen, und die müsst ihr einfach mal bekommen haben. das ist ein dokument, und rechts oben steht dann diese nummer meist drauf in dicken, großen zahlen beziehungsweise buchstaben, und diese müsste die hier dann, wie gesagt, eingeben. das heißt, das hier ist nicht eure steuernummer, das hier ist die steuer identifikationsnummer ist ganz, ganz wichtig. also die beiden nummern, die hier vor allen dingen braucht, ist einmal euro, umsatzsteuer identifikationsnummer und eure steueridentifikationsnummer. eure steuernummer braucht ihr erstmal nicht. darunter haben wir die produktdetails, nämlich hier können wir jetzt die branche auswählen, zum beispiel in unserem falle, was wäre das? schauen wir mal, das wäre vielleicht wahrscheinlich einzelhandel könnte es sein, oder kleidung und accessoires. ich denke, das trifft er einen computer- produkttyp auswählen. zum beispiel könnten wie hier sonstige kleidung und accessoires oder kinder und säuglings kleidung, familien bekleidungsgeschäft, fußbekleidung, herren und jugend, bekleidung, sonstige kleidung. ich denke mal, vielleicht sonst geld, kleidung und accessoires, und da können wir jet.

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Do You Need A Business License To Sell On Shopify?

do you need a business license and a tax id number to sell on shopify? that's coming up. [Music]. what's up, guys, welcome back. we're back with another great video today, and if you're new here, i want to welcome you to our channel. my name is carrie, i'm an online entrepreneur, online business owner, and this channel is here to bring you the best strategy, secrets and hacks to grow your online business, and in today's video, we're diving into something that is toked about a lot in our community and i get asked this question a lot, and it's: do you need a tax id, an llc, a business license, when you're starting out on shopify, and do you need to charge taxes on shopify when you're just starting out? so let's dive in. the first thing i want to address today is the misconception that it's really really hard to become legal and actually, you know, get the necessary things for your business. in my experience, it's actually a lot easier than expected to get that tax id number, to get your business, you know, official and to be able to to accept sales tax and all that kind of stuff on your shopify store. in my state of oklahoma, you can get your tax id number back just like a day or two, and so it's just really really easy to get started. it doesn't cost a lot. it's usually 60- 80 bucks. you definitely want to check with your state and what is required in your state, but i know here in oklahoma i was surprised at how easy and quick the process was. that being said, the next question we need to address is: do you need to do this before you start selling on shopify? now i want to give this disclaimer that i'm not giving you any official legal advice. i'm just speaking from my own experience and starting multiple shopify stores and going to that process and being able to observe the process with my students, and that is my. my recommendation is that you don't need to get all of your business license and all tax id and all kind of stuff when you're just starting out, and i'm going to tell you exactly why. the reason why is because you don't want to go through the trouble of making your business legal and jumping through all the hoops that your state requires before you know if you're really going to follow through with selling on shopify, doing pronoun demand or e-commerce, whatever you're doing. a lot of people you know there's a statistik that you know- 80 or 85 percent of new businesses fail in the first 120 days. it's so easy to start a shopify store that, unfortunately, a lot of people just don't continue and they don't follow through. they kind of do it as just a hobby and they end up letting it go if it doesn't work out quickly or they just get bored with it or whatever the reason may be. so i don't recommend that you go through, pay the money, do the work, do all the filing to make your business legal before you know if you really have a product that you can sell or if you're going to be invested in it. you know come 30, 60, 90 days or longer. so, with that being said, next i want to tok about what will happen if you don't incorporate your business and you start selling on shopify. here's what. what kind of happens is when you start selling on shopify and if you're just making a few sales here and there, you're going to be fine and you can actually just claim that on your personal tax return. in my experience, you can claim that under your social security number- and i would recommend that you don't collect sales tax if you don't have your business incorporated- and what will actually happen is, once you hit a certain number of sales or you've had your business long enough, shopify will reach out to you and let you know that you need to go ahead and incorporate your business and make it official, and they will give you a time frame to do that before they will shut down your shopify store. so my recommendation is that you get out there, you start selling without going through all the legal process, start to see if this is something you're really going to follow through with and then, once you get that notike from shopify or you see that you're you are consistent, you are going to keep selling on shopify- then go ahead and make your business legal. i want to make sure you understand i'm not a legal professional and i'm not saying that you shouldn't make your business legal. you shouldn't incorporate your business. i'm simply telling you that in my experience and dealing with my own stores, multiple stores and hundreds of students- that when you're just starting out, i don't think it's worth your time or effort to do that before you find out if you're going to follow through, if it's going to be a successful idea, if you're going to have the products, all that kind of stuff, if you're going to have the sales. so that's my best recommendation for you. if you're enjoying this video today, you're learning something. hit that like button. it really helps us. with the youtube algorithm, we can reach more people. we can help more people if you just press the like button. also, make sure you subscribe to the channel. we put out new videos every single tuesday and every friday- tons of content, so make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a thing. the last thing i want to tok to you about is collecting sales tax on shopify. now i want to walk you through just the easiest way that i've found to do this now. first of all, inside your shopify store, when you go into the settings, you can simply turn on sales tax collection and shopify will automatikally calculate the sales tax for no matter what state you're, you're doing business in or what state you're selling in, shopify will automatikally calculate that for you and collect that upon selling an item. now, once you sell an item, that sales tax just becomes part of the sale and it goes into your bank account. so i highly recommend that you have that. you put that sales tax aside, because that is not part of your revenue. it's not part of your profit. you actually need to put that sale, you need actually to pay that sales tax to the state and you want to make sure that you're doing that. the easiest way that i have found to do that is an app called tax jar t-a-x-j-a-r. i'm not an affiliate for tax jar, but i've been using them for a number of years and tax jar will automatikally calculate your sales tax. it will integrate with your shopify store and in most states it will auto file your sales tax monthly for you. so if you are at the stage of your business where you you are official, you go, you have your your tax id, you have your sales tax permit and you're collecting sales tax inside shopify, you need to make sure that you're remitting that to the state monthly. and- and this i'm speaking in my experience from oklahoma, i don't know all of the the rules and regulations state by state- but you need to remit that sales tax monthly and the easiest way to do that is by autofiling with a app like tax jar. that's the one that i've used and i'm familiar with, and it's worked like a charm and made the process really, really simple. so, to wrap this whole thing up, if you are just starting out with shopify, i recommend that you don't go through the legal process. go ahead and start selling. see if it's something you're going to be consistent in. once you get notified from shopify that you need to go ahead and provide your tax id number, that's when i would recommend going to your state, going through the process to make your business legal so that you can continue selling. at that point you need to start collecting sales tax on each transaction and remitting that sales tax back to the state, and i recommend an app called tax jar to do that automatikally for you. so hopefully that was helpful today and you learned something. so if you're ready to get selling on shopify, if you're ready to set up your store, start selling today. i want to invite you to go to shirtschoolcom shopify and get a 14 day free trial of the shopify platform. in my opinion, shopify is the absolute best ecommerce platform and it really covers everything that you can need for your ecommerce business.

How to find ALL Shopify Stores? Find Owners Information including Emails!

hello and welcome back. this is ashford rafi. once again in this video, i'm going to show you where can you find the complete list of shopify stores, how to find the store owner or ceo's name and how you can collect this ceo or store owner's email address easily. so first of all, you have to visit this website, myipms. i'm going to attach the link into the video description for your easy access. after visiting the site, you have to provide the shopify inks ip address here, which is after providing the ip address here, simply you have to click on this who is look up button and it is going to take us to the next page where you can see the ip owner is shopify inc and they own from this ip range to this ip range right now. if you click on other sites on ip, it is going to show us all the websites hosted with these ip addresses. that means all the websites using shopify right now. as you can see now, websites between this ip range to this ip range. we have got over 294 websites now. if i take you little bottom, you are going to find 400k plus websites using shopify. now these websites are no longer in business, as you can see here. uh, the list is pretty big- 16 000. so they used to use shopify, but they are not using shopify anymore right now. what you can do here, uh, to get all the results. if i click on this view, all records you are going to find on each pages. we have got around 50 shopify store listings and we have got around 5882 pages containing the shopify stores. now, if i take you to the fifth page, you are going to see these results. we are on 201. so to extract all these data, all these website urls, it might going to take a whole lot of time for you. so in this case, you can simply hire someone on fiber to get these data extracted on an excel spreadsheet or on a google spreadsheet. i'm going to attach the link of this site into the video description so that you can hire someone if you need. all, right now let me just verify if all of these websites are actually built with shopify. so, simply, i'm to copy the website url from here, let's paste it here, hit into the enter button and let's visit the website. right? this is the website and if you take a look here on this tool, which is um wapa laser, so, as you can see, the ecommerce platform. they are using shopify, right? so this is a shopify website. after that, if i take, let's say, this website as an example, all of these website is actually built with a shopify platform, right? just take a look. another website now, if i take you to this tool, just take a look. the e-commerce platform is shopify. not only this information. you are going to find whole lot of other information by using this tool. i'm going to attach the link of every tool i'm going to show you throughout this video into the description field. so, if you need, you can check them out now. let's cross them out. now. i have got some business data here on my um excel spreadsheet. now i'd love to show you how you can collect their owner or ceo's name and how we can find their email addresses easily. so first one: as you can see here, you copia. so i'm going to open up the website here and after that i'm going to copy the domain name from here. let's paste it again, and after that i'd love to type out owner or ceo and i'm going to add linkedin. so my goal is to find the owners information of these websites and their linkedin page so that i'll be able to collect their email addresses easily. okay. so here we go. lauren greenwood, who is the co-founder and president of ucopia: president. so yeah, i can take her profile from here. let's copy this profile and i'm going to type out linkedin here. paste now. i'm going to copy her name from here, copy, paste it here, and title is going to be co-founder and president. now paste this information. now it's time to collect the emails, so i'm going to use cell sql. just take a look. if i click here, let's click on this, and you're going to find this is the email address and this is the email address- so personal and work emails we have found. so i'm going to copy both of these emails from here and let's go back to the spreadsheet. paste this email here. sorry, okay, now i have got two emails for lauren. now let's say i need the email address and the founder or the owner's name of this website. simply, i can visit the website and let's just wait while it is working. yeah, now copy this from here: the url. after that i'm going to make a search again. i'm going to change the url only from here: owner, ceo, linkedin. so let's hit enter. let's see. here we go. this is the profile which i watched earlier. so here we go: lara casey larson, ceo of cultivate- what matters? so i'm going to copy the url from here. let's paste it here, and after that i'm going to take the name from here. copy, sorry, copy and paste the name here. after that i have to take the title, which is going to be ceo, or the chief executive officer, and then again, i'm going to use the tool which is cell sql and i'm going to attach the tool link into the video description for your easy access. simply copy these emails from here. so i'm going to copy all these emails, copy and paste them here. now i can simply remove the other texts. okay, so these are her email addresses for different companies, right? so this is the process: how we can get all the shopify store links or shopify websites, and then how to find the shopify store owner or the ceo's information and how to collect their email addresses by sell sql. and i'm going to attach all of these tools, all of these page links, into the video description for your easy access. i believe you have found this short video helpful. if you did, please give this video a like, let me know if you have got any question by commenting below and please share this video with your friends to help them out. thank you so much for watching. have a good day. bye.

How To Get Variant IDs for products in Shopify (using Liquid)

hello, all right, I'm going to show you how to get variant and product IDs for a list of products and shadow 5 for which you have the handles. I'll show you how I got those real quick. the reason for this is because I need to do a lookup based on all these items in need their variant IDs so they can hang on to the cart, to the page. so, basically, from products you export all products. thanks, yes, we take that over to Google sheets and you just import like this, and then I just copy this to new ones so I will type the original and then deleted the products that I don't need and then just copy these handles over here in a sublime text. and doesn't seem like there's a nice easy way to get all these, so I'll show ya used before, but should just so. first, what we're going to do is we're going to create a new layout file, and the idea here is basically going to be that we have a blank layout file and everyone's just use Shopify to fill out anything using this actual, real, essentially uploading. it's going to be a new layout product- oops, not HTML page- and then let's make little paged. see if that worked. Oh, but we did know, at templates page they do it way out: missing toking. all right, like that. better. now let's see if that word been sweet. okay, so now I have all these handles and so what's coming from here? so all I've got to do- I think the easiest way- is to just use the all products, or a which is just all products, and then you can call it directly by the handle, and this would get us up to 20 at a time. sass gets you the product and then variants, first [Music], oh yeah, so let's just see if that works, and I could miss remembering this. it's possible we can do all these the same time, but no promises. there's also something where you can paginate products by a thousand, but I think that they would have to be in a collection to do that. one thing you can just all right, bada-boom, so that works for easy copy-paste, the array that all reference here, when I basically just need to pull in that very an ID once I know the color selection. so basically, that's how I would do it. since there's only one hundred and fifty six of these, I would just do it eight times. do that to get all these, which is what I'm gonna do, by just four smg's. see, I think it caps out, or at least you used to- County calls per page: [Music]. yes, so I'll just do those in eight batches. anyone knows an easy way to get around that without having to group them all into a collection? let me know all ears. but yeah, that's right, that's how I do it.