6 Shopify Integrations to Get the Most Out of Your Online Store

Shopify integrations help you level up your ecommerce store with the power of third-party apps. These six integrations can help with sales and beyond.

Shopify is a leading ecommerce platform that simplifies the process of building an online store. With Shopify, you don’t need coding knowledge to create and manage a professional site — even when you need more from Shopify than what its built-in features can provide. Adding Shopify integrations to your ecommerce store is a simple way to get the power of third-party apps within minutes.

Here are six powerful integrations that you can find on the Shopify App Store to help your store shine:

1. Codisto Channel Cloud

Shopify integrations: Codisto Channel Cloud

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Expanding to sales channels beyond your Shopify store is an effective way to boost your revenue fast. With the Codisto Channel Cloud integration, you can start selling on four popular online marketplaces — Amazon, eBay, Walmart, and Google — without managing all your sales channels individually.

Channel Cloud syncs your inventory and order fulfillment statuses across these four marketplaces and Shopify in real time, so you never oversell or run into preventable shipping delays. When you don't want your listings to look exactly the same on every channel, you can manually change product names, pricing, descriptions, and more.

Channel Cloud can also automatically create new product listing ads on Google, so you can reach more potential clients without complicating your workflow.

To use this integration, you need an existing Codisto Channel Cloud subscription. Plans range from $29-$400 per month, and a basic plan only supports 50 monthly orders from your non-Shopify sales channels.

2. Facebook Channel

Shopify integrations: Facebook Channel

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Want to start selling your Shopify products on social media, too? The Facebook Channel integration makes it easy to promote and sell on Facebook and Instagram, straight from Shopify. Connect your accounts, and your Shopify store will instantly sync with your Facebook Shops and Instagram Shopping catalogs. Customers can check out where it's most convenient — on the social media app they're scrolling through — while store owners can manage orders from their ecommerce platform.

Keep in mind that this integration only allows you to expand your sales channels in the U.S. You won't be able to reach new customers globally on Facebook or Instagram.

This free Shopify integration can also sync with Facebook marketing tools. You can create quality ads and posts from your Shopify account. Plus, you can quickly set up a Facebook Pixel, which lets you track audience behavior on your site, so you can better target them with Facebook and Instagram ads.

3. Privy - Pop Ups, Email, & SMS

Shopify integrations: Privy

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The checkout process is often a point where shoppers drop out of the sales funnel. Abandoned carts are common for online stores. Privy is a Shopify integration that can help you keep customers on track to buy after they tap your add-to-cart button for the first time. With Privy, you can save your sales by setting up a variety of marketing automations, such as:

  • Pop-ups and banners that display when shoppers are about to exit your site
  • Email marketing campaigns like cart abandonment emails and newsletters
  • Text message marketing campaigns like cart abandonment texts and welcome messages

When you win new clients, you can use Privy to send automatic order confirmations, post-purchase follow-ups, and more.

Privy can be a free Shopify integration if you only use its pop-up and banner functionality, and have less than 100 contacts. But you'll need to pay at least $15 per month to automate emails plus another $10 per month per 100 text contacts for SMS functionality.

4. Endear CRM and Clienteling

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If you sell products both online and in-person — using Shopify and Shopify POS — it can be hard to streamline all your client data. The Endear integration can help send your online and offline store data straight to your sales management software, so you can send more personalized sales emails and texts to your clients.

Endear can help you create smarter customer segments to target. For example, this Shopify integration can help you filter customers based on their behavior on your site or on Shopify POS or automate product recommendations based on their order history. This way, you can offer a more relevant customer experience to all of your shoppers, which can drive sales and boost loyalty.

The Endear integration can even help you track sales data, including refunds and where purchases occur, so you can pay commission accordingly. However, it is one of Shopify's pricier integrations. You'll need an Endear account, which starts at $60 per month.

5. Loox Product Reviews & Photos

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Most people trust online reviews as much as a personal referral. The Loox integration helps you deliver social proof by displaying verified reviews on your ecommerce store, including product photos. You can customize the Loox widget to fit your brand and theme and moderate reviews so only the best ones (or the ones you've replied to) show up. Plus, your reviews can contribute to your search engine optimization (SEO), so your website can rank higher.

Want to generate more reviews? Loox allows you to send review requests to Shopify customers. You can even offer discounts for anyone who leaves a photo review or who directly refers a friend. While you're waiting for more reviews to come in, you can import past reviews from sites like AliExpress.

In order to use the Loox Shopify integration, you'll need to pay $9.99-$99.99 per month. Keep in mind that a basic plan limits you to only 100 review requests per month. Plus, referral support will cost an extra $5 per month unless you upgrade to the most expensive plan.

6. QuickBooks Online

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Whether you're selling products online or offline, bookkeeping is a key step that helps you stay on top of your profits, losses, and taxes. The QuickBooks Online integration, created by OneSaaS, helps you streamline your bookkeeping (and avoid human errors) by automating your data entries.

When you receive a new Shopify order, the QuickBooks Online integration can instantly log the sale into your accounting software. Plus, it can help you update your stock across several sales channels so you can easily manage your inventory. This Shopify integration offers plenty of customization options, so you only sync the data you need.

While QuickBooks Online by OneSaaS is free to add to your Shopify account, you need an existing QuickBooks account. QuickBooks pricing plans start at $25 per month (for up to one user).

Use Shopify Integrations to Level Up Your Store

Shopify integrations help you level up your ecommerce store with the power of third-party apps. The helpful integrations we listed can help you expand your business to new sales channels, improve your sales and marketing, and track your finances. But this list is just the start of the integrations you can find on the Shopify App Store. 

The ecommerce platform can connect with thousands more tools, which can help you improve your store design, source products, streamline shipping, offer customer support, and much more.

Look beyond official Shopify integrations to help power your online store, too. If you're looking for a way to deliver highly personalized customer service and sales support, ServiceBell can help. By adding a simple line of code to your Shopify site, you can start chatting with shoppers on live video when they tap on a widget, available on any page of your site. Get started with a free ServiceBell account to boost your Shopify customer experience.

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