1. TrustPulse

TrustPulseleverages social proof and builds the trust of visitors to your site by displaying a live notification of the visitor activity on your page at any given moment. This is effective because it has been observed that shoppers take the advice of other shoppers seriously, and not that of advisors. Seeing the amount of activity on your page will give them the faith they need to invest their time and interest in your page.

2. Candy Rack

It is safe to say that if you are not offering to upsell or cross-sell options on your platform, then you are basically throwing money away. And when it comes to upselling and cross-selling on Shopify, it is very difficult to beat Candy Rack. The upsell option appears as an unassuming popup on the page when the buyer adds the product to the cart. The number of upsells appears in a tree format so that the viewer can see how many upsells have actually happened on the parent product.

Apart from this astounding feature, Candy Rack also offers buyers with the option of true upsell, or an upgrade, and design/messaging personalization.

3. Referral Candy

As we mentioned earlier, a customer will trust the opinion of another customer more than the claims of an advertisement. That’s why getting your customers to offer your product to other people is a key to successful marketing. You can do this by offering incentives to your customers through Referral Candy. This app reminds your customers to send referrals, as well as delivers the reward automatically to them once they complete a referral for you.

4. io Rewards

It may not be necessary for a customer to stick to one single brand for the rest of the time. Nevertheless, loyalty programs do create a huge impact on sales and revenue. Smile.io allows you to offer such loyalty programs to customers in terms of reward points issued for repeat purchases, liking your page on social media platforms and the like. While these features on the app are available for free, you can get an upgrade for yourself to offer even more rewards to your most important customers.

5. Plug In SEO

Getting web traffic to your store is the key to selling more products, but sometimes there are certain bugs in the system that prevent you from seeing the desired number of clicks on your page. With Plug In SEO, you will be able to locate the exact problem in the SEO management and troubleshoot accordingly to get as much traffic to your system as possible.

6. Social Photos

Social media marketing is an essential way to get your product out there on the market. Social Photos allows you to do that. This app allows you to compile photos of your customers using your products-making them happy- and then use the collaged photos to draw more attention to your brand. In fact, the app will also choose the best customer photos for you.

7. Pocket

This is more of a personal tool than a professional one. It works as an online bookmark that allows you to save some content that you want to take a look at later. It’s one of the best ways to store all your favorite topics and pages in the same place and view it later from any device.

8. Bulk Discounts

You can be sure that your customers love a good discount. With Bulk Discounts, you can create a whole bunch of discount codes at the same time. This app allows you to create any type of discounts with various prefixes and even track the usage of these prefixes in different platforms.

9. Quick Facebook Chat

You may have some customers who don’t like to stay online and participate in Facebook chat sessions. The Quick Facebook Chat app allows customers to drop messages about their queries and feedback directly to your company’s Facebook page. You only have to chat with them as Facebook friends to get them to become a paying customer for good.

10. Persistent Cart

If you are trying to regain lost revenue in terms of abandoned cart items, you can do that with the help of Persistent Cart. This app allows the customer’s added to cart items to reappear in their carts even when they log in from a different device. This app is pretty simple, but it does play an active role in converting your surfing customers into paying clients.

11. Aftership

For any online trade and commerce system, shipment is a key factor. You need to make sure that you can track your products as they are sent to your customer, and this app helps you do exactly that. It is so effective that even FedEx makes use of it. The app also notifies your customers about the whereabouts of their package, so they are kept in the loop at all times.

12. Swell

It is always easier to sell products to someone who has already bought from you. While a recurring customer will obviously come back because they are impressed by your product, it will not hurt if you give them a little benefit for being loyal to your brand. Swell allows you to create customizable loyalty programs for the most important and faithful of your customers.

13. Better Coupon

There are few apps on Shopify that are as popular as Better Coupon in this day and age. In fact, 30,000 people absolutely swear by this app. Any visitor on the site is offered a discount coupon when they wish to subscribe to a newsletter or email. Most sellers get Better Coupon to improve their numbers of social media followers.

14. Boost Sales

Not only does Boost Sale allow you to get more cross-selling done, but it also pumps up the number of conversions on your system. It examines the sales data of the store to recommend the best products to visitors on the site. You can access this site on your mobile, desktop and all Shopifysites.

15. Instafeed

If you want to constantly update your store content, get Instafeed on your side. It will refresh the content of your store by uploading directly from your Instagram account. You can upload both photos and videos on this responsive and quite user-friendly app.

16. Yotpo

One of the main reasons why Yotpo is such a successful Shopify app is because it uses product reviews as social proof of the authenticity and quality of your brand. You can send out requests to your customers asking for reviews and then showcase the best ones on the site. The more positive product reviews there are, the more customers will be tempted to purchase the product.

17. Wishlist Plus

As consumers, we all have a wishlist on our favorite shopping apps. A seller can use these wishlists to effectively gauge what the customers want the most, or what the market trend is at any given point in time.Wishlist Plus can be integrated with your Shopify website and allow customers to access their desired purchases and even share them with their near and dear ones.

18. Spocket

This dropshipping marketplace on Shopify is easy to use, trouble-free and is regularly upgraded. It offers flat shipping rates, single click order confirmation and live order tracking – all the features that are sure to make your customers very happy and pleased. The app is also supported by a very dedicated customer support team that is ever ready to assist in case something goes wrong.

19. Catalog Maker

If you have a lot of products to offer under various categories, it is always a great idea to get a catalog. However, it is difficult to make a catalog without the help of a designer- or rather it was. Now, Catalogue Maker on Shopify allows you to arrange your products in a neat online catalog so that customers can surf through the various categories and get to exactly what they are looking for quickly and easily.

20. Pre Order Manager

The system of pre-orders helps your customers get ahead of others to purchase something they really want. With Pre Order Manager, you will be able to take pre-orders from your customers. You can switch locations, turn the pre-order availability feature on or off depending on the availability of the product, and manage the various pre-orders that flow in, effectively.

21. Back In Stock

It sure feels great when a good product sells out, but it also puts you under threat for losing out on sales for these products. With Back in Stock, you can notify your customers whenever your best products are back in stock so that they can come back instantly and complete their purchase. Because you are more aware of which your popular products are through this app, you will also be able to manage your stocks better in the future.

22. ly Payment Plans

Patrial.ly allows customers to complete their checkout options with the help of standard checkout or by paying through Partial.ly Payment Plans. If they choose to pay through Partial.ly, the order is added to the Shopify admin and all future payments that your customers may make are timed and automated easily.

23. PayWhirl Recurring Payments

PayWhirl Recurring Payments allows customers to manage their own payment details easily. They can update or change their mode of payment, or change from one card to the other- it makes it very simple and easy for them to do this. PayWhirl Recurring Payments System will also help them to manage failed payment systems, upsell funnel systems, trial systems and the like.

24. Recurring Payments

Recurring Payments allow customers to add or cancel subscriptions with ease. Subscription customers who want to cancel but do not have an account to do so can click on the unsubscribe button and stop further updates.

The good thing about this app is that it allows you to generate an invoice for your customers instead of billing them directly. How this will help is by letting them choose their mode of payment themselves. Customers do not need to make any changes or updates to their payment accounts.

25. Printful

Want a Shopify store but do not want to hire a warehouse to store your products?Printful can come to your rescue. Printful provides T-shirts, badges, and almost anything else that can be printed under the sun. Once you get orders, you can send them to Printful and then wait for them to get the orders printed. It is an easy and quite convenient process to send out orders on demand without investing a lot of money at the same time without knowing which way your business is about to go.

26. One Click Social Login

This app allows customers to log in to Shopify using the username of their social media accounts. From Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the like, the customers can use the common credentials of any of these platforms to log into the Shopify site. Also, it has an easy admin panel to go through the processes.

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