Shopify Whitelist URL: Secure Your Online Store
Hello and welcome back, this is Ashfordrafi once again. In this video, I am going to show you where you can find the complete list of Shopify stores, how to find the store owner or CEO's name, and how you can collect their email address easily.
Finding Shopify Store Listings:
- Visit myip.ms and provide the Shopify ink's IP address which is 188.8.131.52.
- Click on the Who is Lookup button and it will take you to the next page where you can see the IP owner is Shopify Inc.
- Click on Other Sites on IP to show all the websites hosted with these IP addresses.
- There are over 294 websites between this IP range to this IP range.
- Click on View All Records to see around 50 Shopify store listings on each page.
- There are around 5882 pages containing Shopify stores.
Verifying Shopify Websites:
- Copy the website URL and paste it into the UM WAPA Laser tool to see the ecommerce platform used.
- Most of the websites are built with Shopify.
Collecting Business Data:
- Copy the domain name and add Owner or CEO and LinkedIn to find their information.
- Copy their name and profile URL from LinkedIn.
- Use Sell SQL to find their email addresses.
This is the process of how to find Shopify store listings, how to find the store owner or CEO's name, and how to collect their email addresses. Use the provided links to access the necessary tools and pages. If you found this video helpful, please like and share it with your friends. If you have any questions, please comment below. Thank you for watching, have a good day!
How to Install a Shopify Wishlist App
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to install a Shopify wishlist app on your store. This app is one of the best ones out there, with excellent reviews and customer service. Plus, they also have a free version!
1. Go to apps and visit the Shopify App Store.
2. Search for Wishlist Plus by Swim Corporation.
3. Click the add button, then install the app.
4. Answer the questions for your name and email address.
5. Choose the settings and features you want, or select the No thanks option for the free version.
6. Set up the launch button details, such as where to add the wishlist integration and how to display it.
7. Customize the button details, such as the colors and labels.
8. Add your email details, including the from name, reply-to email, and store logo.
9. Access your dashboard to view reporting and metrics on customer actions.
10. Test the wishlist feature on your store by adding a product and viewing the wishlist.
Adding a Shopify wishlist app to your store is a great way to improve the customer experience and increase sales. With Wishlist Plus, you have the option of a free version or paid features for added customization. Don't forget to check out our Sales Accelerator Program for more ways to boost your online business. As always, let us know in the comments what else you want to learn about Shopify!
ReCharge Payments - Easily sell subscriptions on your Shopify store
In this webinar, Rob Barr from recharge payments discusses the benefits and features of the recharge subscription system for Shopify and Shopify Plus merchants. The recharge platform fills the gap left by Shopify's lack of a native subscription engine, providing merchants and subscribers with all the necessary tools to run and manage a subscription-based business. Recharge payments has been focusing on providing services to Shopify Plus merchants and optimizing their tool for these merchants. The recharge platform is easy to install and comes with a range of features, such as swapping products, changing variants, volume, shipping and billing address, and more.
Rob also discussed some of the enhancements made to recharge since their last webinar, including integrations with best-of-breed applications like smile.io, loyalty line, and ESPs like Klaviyo and MailChimp. Rob also talked about recharge's API capabilities, which allow merchants to set custom logic and receive notifications about subscriber activity through webhooks. Rob also highlighted some recharge subscription clients, including Hubble contacts, Battle Box, Dr. Axe, and Nickelodeon Box, and how these clients have leveraged recharge's platform to optimize their subscription business. The webinar concluded with a discussion of upcoming integrations with Swell Rewards and Addressy and Google Address Completer.
How to Add Facebook Chat on your Shopify Store 2022
In this tutorial, Edwin from Resolutions Designed teaches viewers how to add a Facebook Messenger chat bubble into their Shopify store. The tutorial is free, and Edwin is like a virtual developer who only asks for a like and subscription.
Before beginning the tutorial, Edwin gives a shoutout to one of his clients who recently launched their website.
To add the chat bubble, viewers need to have a Facebook page set up properly. They should then click on settings and go to messaging to add Messenger to their website.
Viewers can customize the chat bubble's language and color to match their branding. They can then copy the code and go to their Shopify store's back end to edit the code. Edwin advises viewers to make a backup of their theme before editing the code.
Viewers need to find the body tag in their theme code to add the chat bubble's code. Once they have added the code and saved it, they can refresh their website to see the chat bubble.
Edwin asks viewers to like and subscribe to his channel to motivate him to create more videos and tutorials. He also invites viewers to suggest topics for future videos.
How to Verify Domain Name on Facebook with Meta Tag - WordPress, Shopify, WooCommerce
How to Verify Your Domain Name on Facebook for WordPress and Shopify
In this video, Amuly from TubeMint will show you how to verify your domain name on Facebook for your WordPress and Shopify store.
1. Go to business.facebook.com and click on Domains under Brand Safety.
2. Click on Add to add your domain name (without http or https).
3. Copy the meta tag provided by Facebook.
4. For WordPress: Paste the meta tag into the header section of your theme editor (header.php). If your theme doesn't have this feature, use a header filter plugin.
5. For Shopify: Go to Online Store in your Shopify admin, click on Actions and then Edit Code. Paste the meta tag into the theme.liquid file.
6. Clear your cache and click on Verify Domain in Facebook.
7. Once verified, you can add metadata from Facebook to your WordPress or Shopify store.
- Make sure to clear your cache after adding the meta tag.
- If you switch to a new theme, migrate the meta tag to the new theme.
- Use a basic header filter plugin to avoid slowing down your website.
- If you have any questions or suggestions, leave them in the comments below.
Verifying your domain on Facebook is important for your business's brand safety. By following these steps, you can easily verify your domain for your WordPress or Shopify store and add metadata from Facebook to your website.
How to create url redirects in Shopify 2019 for 301 redirects or 404 error page
Hello Shopify store owners and welcome to this video. In this video, I want to show you how to do URL redirects. This will be useful if you made some changes to a product or collection, or in the case that you are moving from another store or from another platform.
Why is URL redirect important?
It is important for SEO to not send your customers to a 404 page and not found page. It's important if you do know the URLs that you set them up in Shopify. The structure of the URL will be different on Shopify than what you used to have.
How to do URL redirect in Shopify?
1. Go to your admin panel.
2. Click on online store.
3. Click on navigation.
4. You have over here URL redirects.
5. You have two options. If you have only a few URL redirects that you want to put in just create a URL redirect. If not, you can also import.
How to import URL redirects?
1. Click over here on import.
2. You can download the CSV template over here.
3. Provide your old URL and the new URL.
How to create a new URL redirect?
1. Click on the URL redirect.
2. Create a new URL.
3. You can redirect to one of your products or collection.
4. Add your old URL and where you want to put it in.
5. Hit save.
Make sure we are talking about the same domain name, and this will fully work after you transfer also the domain name to your Shopify store. You can add one by one if you don't have that many or you can do an import export of your URLs if you have a bunch of them to do. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below. If you have any suggestions, I'll so use the comments. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel and also please like the video if this was useful. If you need help with your Shopify store, you need something specific, maybe a new design, you want to change something, you want to add functionality, you want to create a private app, whatever you need, we can definitely help you out with whatever you need.
How to Embed iFrames on Websites and Into Posts 🔗 Whitelist Linked Sites
When publishing a blog post or any type of post on your site, the system allows you to embed YouTube or Vimeo videos or an iframe link from Facebook by default. However, to protect your site from unwanted sources, it doesn't allow embedding by default. In this article, we will discuss how you can whitelist domains that you want to allow to be embedded into your post.
How to Whitelist Domains:
1. Go to your site's dashboard and click on Settings.
2. Click on Advanced Settings and scroll down to Allowed Iframe Sources.
3. By default, the system allows embedding from SoundCloud, YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. To add a new domain, simply add a comma and paste the domain name.
4. Save your changes.
1. Podcast Embedding: Let's say you want to embed a podcast from Radio Public, which is not whitelisted by default. Copy the iframe embed code and paste it into your blog post. It will get rejected until you whitelist the domain. Once you add the domain to the allowed list, the podcast will appear on your site.
2. Slideshow Embedding: If you want to embed a slideshow from Slideshare, copy the iframe embed code and paste it into your blog post. Again, it will get rejected until you whitelist the domain.
You can add some design aesthetics to your embedded content by creating a table with the embed code on one side and text on the other. You can also segment the content into different cells to make it more visually appealing.
Whitelisting domains is a simple and effective way to protect your site from unwanted sources while still allowing you to embed content from trusted sources. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can quickly and easily add a variety of content to your site.
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