Shopify Marketing Services

Whether you are launching a new product, building a new Shopify Shop or just have higher ambitions for your current shop, there is one important problem you need to solve - how do you get potential customers to find your webshop.

Shopify Marketing Platform

Once you have launched your Shopify Shop, a lot of work starts. This is because now you need to initiate the efforts that increase the traffic on your shop and convert visitors into customers. That's why it's important to have good marketing tactics that fit exactly your store.


And there are many tools that can help you with the marketing you can throw yourself over. For example, you can get started with SEO, so it will be easier for potential customers to search for your store, you can share your products or services on social media, or you can automate some of your initiatives.

Shopify has its own Marketing Platform - and it has many benefits. Among other things, you get opportunity to reach more customers through a built-in blog and SEO tool. And you can also build both Facebook and Google Ads campaigns and easily connect your shop to Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, TikTok, various email systems and HubSpot CRM - among many other things.

Of course, the marketing platform also makes it easy for you to track the effectiveness of a campaign across all channels. Everything is displayed simply and clearly on your dashboard, and this means that you can maintain a full overview of your customer data and your shop's performance.



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Meet your Shopify team


Mads Høegh Kongensgaard

Shopify Tech Lead
Thomas Nygaard

Thomas Nygaard

Shopify Developer
Jesper Ransborg

Jesper Ransborg

Front-end Developer
Lasse Bech Eiler

Lasse Bech Eiler

Ecommerce Solution Architect
Jacob Lykke

Jacob Lykke

Art Director

Our Services


SEO for Shopify

Shopify offers a wide range of SEO tools that can help improve your search engine rankings.


Social Media for Shopify

Shopify allows you to connect to a number of the largest social media platforms. Including Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat and TikTok.


E-mail Marketing for Shopify

Use Shopify's own apps to send out relevant emails or integrate with your favorite email system and experience the many benefits.


Content Marketing for Shopify

Use Shopify's many features and integration options to develop content for the channels where your audiences reside.


HubSpot for Shopify

Connect Shopify to HubSpot CRM and autopilot customer journeys with data-driven strategies, inbound marketing, content, sales strategy and web design.


Google Ads for Shopify

Spread the knowledge of your Shopify Shop with i.a. Google Ads. Shopify makes it easy for you to set up a streamlined strategy for your paid ads.

SEO for Shopify

The search engines are not just a ranking of search results, they are a direct link between you and your customers. Therefore, you need to understand your target audience's problems, needs and desires so that you can offer them the right solution.


This is where search engine optimization (SEO) comes into play. SEO makes it possible for you to create value among your customers by e.g. to show them the right products and the service they need.


The people who find your Shopify Shop via a search engine are most likely looking for products or services that are similar to what you offer - and therefore they are also more likely to buy something. That's why it's important to pave the way for your shop, and that's why you should make use of SEO just to improve your search engine rankings.


Search engines like Google and Bing are designed to use a range of information from your Shopify Shop to create a specific ranking based on i.a. searches. That is, it is also these search engines that determine which sites are most likely relevant to a search. And of course, it's about lying as high as possible.


Fortunately, there are many factors that can improve your Shopify Shops location. For example:


  • The number of natural links pointing to your store from other websites / shops
  • The authority of your shop based on i.a. commitment
  • Structure and content optimized for the search engines


If you are new to your Shopify Shop, it can be difficult to hit all factors now and here. It takes time to build a good reputation, but with good planning and an effective SEO strategy, you can drive more traffic to your store.


  • Page titles
  • Meta descriptions
  • Alt-tags
  • Unique collection and product descriptions
  • Landing pages that contain important keywords
  • And much more

Social Media for Shopify

Social media is a mix of several strategies - this applies to influencers, paid advertising and free initiatives via e.g. links. And because it's precisely about building relationships and loyalty, it's the mix you need - and something that no other marketing discipline offers.


Therefore, it is about much more than just a fun GIF, 10 second videos and flat memes. It is also your opportunity to offer moments of joy and interest.


Social media can help you build engaged audiences, create more traffic sources and attract new customers, which is why your Shopify Shop will grow as your online network grows.


But increasing can quickly take hold. Therefore, you should have an effective social media strategy that keeps your actions focused so that you do not risk spending a lot of resources and hitting thin.


Shopify allows you to use a wide variety of social media. Of the most popular are:


  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIN
  • YouTube
  • Pinterest
  • SnapChat
  • TikTok
  • Messenger


When you post something on social media, you promote your shop and connect with potential customers. Therefore, it is important that your strategy works towards building your brand, improving your SEO and increasing the traffic to your store.


You can do this in several ways. For example:


  • Share blog post from your Shopify Shop on social media
  • Link directly to your social profiles on your shop
  • Create Ads
  • Make use of Influencer marketing
  • Provide better customer service


Starting from scratch with a new Shopify Shop can seem overwhelming - especially because there are so many different channels you can rely on.


In particular, however, you should focus on:


  • Goal. It must be well defined in relation to the results of your efforts and how you measure on them
  • Target groups. Examine your customers and divide them if necessary. in segments
  • Content. Make sure your communication hits the mark with your target audiences
  • Channels. Select the channels where your target audiences are located
  • Process. Take advantage of the tools available on the channels



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What do you want to achieve?

What do you want to achieve?

Before you start marketing your Shopify Shop and using resources on different channels and disciplines, you need to set a goal. How else would you measure your results?

Let us together find the KPIs that have the greatest value to you.

Determine your marketing strategy

Determine your marketing strategy

What do you say to experiencing multiple conversions? With the right mix of marketing for your Shopify Shop, you can build your customer group and sell more products.

So let's talk about your strategy!

E-mail Marketing for Shopify

Email marketing is the one discipline that lets you create new customers and connect with old customers - quickly and efficiently.


Email marketing has survived a lot, and despite a lot of adversity and a lot of competition from other channels, this discipline still stands as being one of the most powerful techniques you have available with your Shopify Shop. And if you choose to combine regular newsletter broadcasts with smart tools like automation and personalization, there is no need to shout out loud to be heard.


Therefore, email marketing on Shopify is much more than just boring newsletters that still do not perform. This is because it is your opportunity to create relationships with your subscribers and have conversations with them as if they were your close friends. And you get right into their private inbox with your message - it's a power that no other marketing discipline has.


And with a Shopify Shop you will be taken in hand right from template to tracking. You get from the beginning:


  • Easy creation. Start with your brand, choose a template, edit and come back when it suits you
  • Opportunity to send with confidence and lower the likelihood of ending up in SPAM. Use your domain name, select your recipients and get your work previewed
  • Opportunity to analyze and develop. Run your entire business through Shopify, understand how your campaigns are performing and make your efforts better


Or you can choose to make a simple integration into your favorite email program. It can be, for example, Klaviyo or ActiveCampaign, which also gives you all the options for e.g. campaigns, automations, segmentation, personalization, tracking, analytics and much, much more that you need.


To get off to a good start, however, there are a few things you should keep track of - regardless of your mail client. For example:


  • Integration between Shopify Shop and e-mail system
  • Setting up tracking
  • Ready to use template
  • Division of contacts into lists, segments and / or tags
  • Plan for strategy i.a. in relation to automated flows
  • Possibility of reading data

Content Marketing for Shopify

Content is paramount to your Shopify Shop. While other marketing initiatives are the fire, content will be your fuel. And that's why it's exactly what tells stories about you and your visions for your store and your products or services.


That is why content is also many things.


It's not just a long text, all that communicates to your target audience is content. And therefore also includes audio and visual formats. So blogs, emails, videos and social media are what is called content marketing. Everything contributes to your potential customers finding their way to your store.


For many, the biggest obstacle is the production phase itself. Your content must have a high level and therefore exude quality. And that's why it's about developing meaningful and engaging content that defines your expertise so you build a relationship with your customers. So you can use your content to build trust, build your brand, keep people informed and create content for social media as well as emails. And then it also helps you rank better in the search engines.


When you want an effective content strategy, you should therefore focus on eg:


  • Selecting the right marketing channels. Choose the locations where your target audiences are located
  • Development of content formats. Which template fits your vision and your target audiences?
  • Set goals. It is important to be able to measure the success of your content, because this is how you can also continuously improve it


By creating content for more than one marketing channel, you give your customers and potential customers different ways to engage with your products and / or services. Therefore, consider focusing on several of the following channels:


  • Landing pages such as Articles
  • Product descriptions
  • Blogs
  • Social Media
  • Email campaigns


You should design different content depending on the channel and in this way tailor your content to the individual target groups, e.g. through text, images and video. And make sure that the same content does not repeat in several places - enrich it instead. For example, your blog post can turn into 3 different emails, while your Instagram photo can lead to the given brand.


It requires a lot of work.

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With over 20 years of experience, we understand your business - and that includes not just the digital aspect and the ability to build the custom integrations you need to meet your requirements. With specialists in marketing, design, and development, we can help you succeed with your entire business.






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Google Ads for Shopify

When you run a Shopify Shop, you have probably often asked yourself how to reach customers. How do people get to know your store? And how do they detect your products?


For physical stores, it is the facade that attracts attention - and thus the one that pays for the rent. But what about online shops? Here is the new facade the paid ads.


Paid ads through Google Ads are what today can give you the exposure that corresponds to the facade of a physical store. However, with an added benefit - you can choose who will see your ads.


Working with paid ads is something that is getting harder almost daily. Fortunately, Shopify has made it easy through its Marketing module. This is because it is possible for you to create, start and measure your campaigns, and therefore the process has been streamlined, so it is more manageable for you to run a successful ad - and it is something that applies to whatever talk about Google Smart Shopping or a Facebook ad.


Just enter a daily budget for one or more of your ads in Google Ads, and the platform will bid on the keywords you have selected. When your advertising spend gets too close to your daily budget, your ads will slow down and your bids will stop.


It all takes place in a few steps:


  1. Name your campaign
  2. Set your budget
  3. Choose your audience
  4. Place your bid
  5. Write your content
  6. Analyze on results


When you use paid ads to market your Shopify Shop through Google Ads, you not only support your long-term organic traffic, you can also dramatically change your growth and revenue and create increased demand among your target audiences here and now. This is a way for you to quickly get out and hit a large number of people - and most importantly, the right people.


Therefore, it is also important that you select the right campaign types. You can e.g. choose between:


  • Branded search
  • Competitor search
  • Generic search
  • Related product search
  • Google Shopping



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HubSpot for Shopify

What do you say to putting your customer journeys on autopilot with data-driven strategies that combine inbound marketing, content marketing, sales strategy and web design? This is exactly what you will experience if you choose to integrate your Shopify Shop with HubSpot CRM.


With the integration, you will find that the resources you use to attract new customers pay off - both when it comes to content, social media and SEO.


HubSpot CRM is a software that promotes your growth and builds deeper relationships - right from the first contact with a potential customer. So you can use HubSpot when you want to integrate your store data with one of the leading CRM systems and experience the benefits of marketing automation.


When you automatically send leads from your Shopify Shop to HubSpot, you can, among other things:


  • Create personalized quotes and communicative efforts based on customer data
  • Give your sales team important information about leads
  • Create visual marketing and sales journeys between HubSpot and other of your favorite apps


This means that you can enjoy a wide variety of benefits. As a few can be mentioned:


  • Ideal opportunities to grow your business
  • Connect sales and customer insights
  • Understand your customers better
  • Bring more value to your customers
  • Automate your workflows
  • Test and analyze on e-commerce strategies


This means that you get the ideal opportunities to synchronize your customers, products and offers. And it is precisely the synchronization between your Shopify Shop and HubSpot that turns your data into powerful marketing opportunities. Therefore, you can upgrade your marketing, among other things. through email care, content CTAs, product-specific ads, and more. Just as well as you can manage any of these campaigns with automated workflows that replace manual actions.


This is how you build a brand that your customers will love and with which you can experience growth from day one. Because once the import of your Shopify data is complete, you will be able to see everything from Shopify products and customers to orders in HubSpot. It is simple and gives you a good overview, which means that you do not necessarily have to make use of all the other 3rd party tools to experience the most options.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Shopify Marketing

What is Shopify marketing?

Shopify marketing refers to the various strategies, techniques, and tools used to promote and market an online store created on the Shopify platform. It includes activities aimed at increasing brand visibility, driving traffic to the store, and generating sales and revenue.

Shopify offers several built-in marketing features and integrations that enable store owners to effectively market their products and reach their target audience.

Can I use Shopify for marketing?

Yes, you can use Shopify for marketing. Shopify offers various built-in marketing features and tools that allow you to market your online store effectively and reach your target audience. Here are some ways you can use Shopify for marketing: SEO optimization, blogging, social media integration, email marketing, discount and coupon codes, as well as integrations with various marketing apps.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced marketer, Shopify allows you to leverage different marketing opportunities and tools to promote your online store and increase your sales and revenue.

How do I market my product on Shopify?

Marketing your product on Shopify involves a range of strategies and tactics to increase visibility, attract customers, and boost sales. You can optimize your webshop with a professional design, use social media and email marketing, showcase customer reviews and recommendations, or utilize paid advertising.

Marketing your products on your Shopify webshop is an ongoing process, and it's important to evaluate and adapt your strategies based on results and customer insights. By combining different marketing methods and constantly experimenting, you can improve the visibility of your product and increase sales on the Shopify platform.

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Rasmus Høegh Refstrup
Customer Manager