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A step-by-step Guide To Open A Shopify Facebook Store | BuildThis.io One of the biggest decisions you’ll take as an online seller is to choose a platform for selling your products. You can go for a fully managed service like Shopify or BigCommerce, a completely configurable shopping cart, or a solution like WooCommerce.

Even though these solutions start at $0 or at about $25/mo, their costs add up quickly as you add more apps to extend your store functionalities.

In addition to the maintenance costs of these tools/services, you also need to buy a domain name and an SSL certificate (and any other premium products you might need to build your store). As you can see – you do need some reasonable investment for all of this. Now, if you already have an audience — even if it’s a small, offline one— you can justify all these expenses.

As you can see – you do need some reasonable investment for all of this. Now, if you already have an audience — even if it’s a small, offline one— you can justify all these expenses. But what if you’ve zero people to sell to? And very limited budget? Or … if you’re just ‘experimenting’ with online selling or trying a product?

Well, in that case, you might not be able to afford these solutions. But here’s where a Facebook Shopify store can help.


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