If you are having trouble with your Instagram feed on your Shopify website, you are not alone. As of June 29th 2020, Instagram discontinued its legacy API. So, what does this mean for you? Well, if you have your Instagram feed integrated into your theme on your website, it may have stopped working.
I have already seen many websites with this issue. It used to be a feed, but now you just get an error. Luckily there are many apps that you can use to replace the feed you had in your theme. It will only take a few minutes to install and I rate this fix as easy!
So, let's get to it! Click the link below and I'll walk you through how to update your IG Feed on your Shopify site in less than 15 minutes.
When you migrate a website or have a page that is no longer relevant on your site, a 301 correctly signal where content has moved to allows search engines such as Google and Bing to keep their index up-to-date. In this post, I am going to walk you through a few different methods in Shopify on how to edit 301 redirects on your site.
As business owners, we want to make our online shops accessible to everyone, unfortunately, there are millions of users out there who are left out of the equation when it comes to making sites user friendly for all.
Connecting with your customers is one of the mostimportant things to do as an entrepreneur, especially on your own platform. Something that I have previously discussed is the lack of owning your list of people who follow you on social platforms and even on third-party sites like Etsy, but when you have customers or prospective customers on your email list, their information is yours and it can't just disappear tomorrow.