Many platforms can help you get your online store up and running. In this post, you’ll learn about one of these platforms — Sellfy.
This post will teach you everything you need about Sellfy. This includes its main features, its greatest advantages and disadvantages, and its pricing.
What is Sellfy?
Selfy offers a variety of options for online selling. It allows you to sell physical products, digital products, print-on-demand merchandise, and more.
It takes just five minutes to create an online store. It has built-in marketing tools that track your store’s success and encourage users to spend more.
What features does Sellfy provide?
You’ll be taken to the Overview area when you log in. You’ll be in the dashboard section.
This section shows you the progress of your store over the past couple of days. This section shows you how much money your online store made, as well as an overview of all the items that were ordered.
You will also find a hyperlink that takes you directly to your store.
Use the sidebar menu to navigate through Sellfy and access other features.
You can find your analytics under the Overview section. You can see the number of visits to your website along with other details.
You can manage your stock in the Products area. The Products section is divided into subcategories based on the type of product you are selling.
There are five subcategories: Digital Products, Print on Demand, Subscriptions, and Physical Products. This makes it easy to manage your inventory.
It’s easy to add a new item. Clicking the button Add New Product will start you off. You will be presented with a menu that will guide you through the entire process.
Select a product. Let’s add a digital product, such as a PDF. You’ll then be asked to upload your creation. Then, you can enter the product information. You can enter the name, description, and category of your product.
If you choose Print on Demand, you will find a list of products that Sellfy is able to print and ship on your behalf. This list includes only clothes (shirts (including sweatshirts and hoodies), bags, mugs (including stickers and posters), and phone cases for iPhone and Samsung.
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In this section, Customers will show you all your paying customers. The area is divided into two categories. All Customer offers you all customers who have made non-recurring purchases or single purchases.
The Subscribers category, on the contrary, shows you all users who have paid for a subscription, whether it is a monthly, weekly, or annual one, provided that you’ve set up a subscription.
You can view the history of all your subscriptions, including the date, email of the purchaser, status, and amount paid.
You’ll find your transactions under Orders. If there are too few to sort through, you can use filters to make it easier to navigate.
Unfulfilled Orders are a separate subcategory. You can export orders from a specific date range. This will include buyer information, the product purchased, the country, tax, and email address. The email will show whether the buyer has agreed to receive your newsletters.
Marketing is the section where you can configure email marketing, coupons and discounts, cart abandonment, and upselling.
Email marketing allows you to send emails to customers who have purchased items before to let them know about new products and special offers.
You are limited to the number of emails that you can send. You can buy additional credits if needed.
Coupons and Discounts allow you to add discounts for any number of items. You can also launch a general sale for all the products in your shop. You can also include a freebie in every order.
You can create a coupon by filling out a simple form. This will include the following details: the name of your discount (which you will use for yourself only and won’t be visible to the Customer), the coupon number, the type (percentage vs. amount), the amount or percentage of the discount, as well as the date and time of the promotion.
Cart abandonment allows users to see stats about orders that did not close. You can find information such as the number of carts abandoned, potential revenue, recovered baskets, and recovered payment.
You can also set your cart abandonment emails here.
You can get your leads to the bottom of your sales funnel by reminding them of their abandoned shopping carts. Sellfy allows you to offer discounts for users who have left their coaches.
You can also introduce upsells. Sellfy suggests these products to users after they add items to their shopping carts.
It is easy to set up an upsell campaign. You need to select the product you want to sell and fill in all relevant information.
You can integrate third-party applications in the Apps area. You can choose from Google Analytics, Facebook Pixels, Twitter Ads, and Patreon.
If you cannot find the app you are looking for, you can submit a request to integrate it.
Store Setting contains all your website design options for online businesses. This shows the current appearance of your online store and allows you to customize it according to your requirements.
You should be able to change the appearance of your site under Customization.
You can also configure your store’s URL and name. The Language Settings can be toggled on and off. If you turn it on, Sellfy displays a translated version based on the location of your Customer.
It’s easy to customize the look of your site. Click on an element to configure it. You can, for example, click on the header to change background colors, text sizes, alignments, fonts, etc.
You can upload your image to use as your header. Products can be rearranged as well by dragging and dropping them into place.
You’ll need to visit Payment Settings to update your payment options. You can use your Stripe account for credit card payments, or you can stick with PayPal.
There are Options to integrate Sellfy into your website. You can add a Buy Now Button, promote a specific product, or display all your inventory.
Product Categories allow you to create categories for your products based on their type or characteristics. This will help you organize your product inventory and assist your customers in navigating your website.
Email settings are where you can customize the automated emails you send to customers. You can start by using the email templates. You can create emails for item shipment or purchase confirmation.
If you wish, you can send emails at every stage of the customer journey.
You can also find a subcategory called Taxes. You can add the amount of tax that your customers will need to pay to their orders. This feature can be turned off.
You can also find a subcategory to manage your Invoice settings. You can use this section to include information about your business and any other details you wish to appear on your invoices.