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Introducing Google Autocomplete for Shopify: Less Friction at Checkout, More Sales

Google Autocomplete for address forms makes for an easy and speedy checkout experience for customers. And, it’s coming to Shopify.

You put lots of work into creating an enjoyable buying experience. But, multiple fields to complete at checkout can slow down your customers or even discourage them from making a purchase. This becomes even more apparent for customers on mobile, where checking out on a tiny screen can be a long exercise in typing, misspelling, and re-typing.

As part of improving your customer experience and helping you achieve higher conversions, Google Autocomplete is starting to roll out to Shopify’s checkout pages over the coming weeks, at no additional cost. This feature will soon be automatically enabled on your store.

Type a few characters, it does the rest

Now, when customers arrive at checkout and start entering the first few characters of their address, Google Autocomplete will instantly finish the job and pre-populate their address. Wrong addresses and re-typing are virtually eliminated.

Here’s what it looks like:


Simple update delivers powerful benefits

Our testing of Google Autocomplete showed an increase in conversion rate, and almost 20% time savings and error reduction on mobile. You save time by no longer dealing with incorrect addresses and the resulting problems, giving you more time for fulfilment and other business-building tasks.

Success as a merchant means getting a million details right, and Shopify is continuously working on improving every single one of them for you.

Success also means being able to give your customers the best possible experience during Black Friday Cyber Monday, and this update will help you do just that.

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The Hungry Jpeg. Have you heard of them yet? Do you sell creative files online? If so then you need apply to become one of their sellers.

Here’s an except from their website:

The Hungry JPEG was started in November 2014 as a website to help designers, crafters, newbies, seasoned graphic design ninjas and well, anybody with an interest in the design world. The aim was to provide high quality design resources for an affordable price and even throw in some freebies! As the freebies and bundles grew so did the demand for a permanent shop.

You asked and we listened! The shop launched in July 2015 and is growing daily! Not only can you now buy whatever you like whenever you like (hand drawn social icons anyone? Or maybe a gorgeous new script font?) but you can still find amazing deals in our premium bundles.

Having built up an incredible reputation for quality, care and customer service we promise to continue to put you, the customer, first.



Here’s the scoop:

To get started you need to complete a simple application and wait for approval.


Open a shop with the Hungry Jpeg

Open a shop with The Hungry Jpeg.

Sellers on earn 70% of each sale they make. Sellers are given a choice to have their earnings remitted via Paypal or Payoneer. Payouts are not immediate, they’re held until the cut off period which is the last calendar day of each month, and earnings  are released by the 5th of the following month. The website also has what they call a “Non Exclusivity” policy. They will never ask you to stop selling your products elsewhere. -This is great news for those of you have taken my advice and opted to diversify their passive income portfolio.


Once you’re approved you’ll receive access to their seller’s dashboard where you can list your products instantly, and sell your digital products while you sleep, through their automated product delivery system. Don’t forget to create a pretty banner and link to your social media accounts.

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You can visit The Hungry Jpeg here

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What is my Bank Code/Institution Number? (List of Canadian Banks)

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Here’s a quick guide for Canadian e-commerce business owners.

001 Bank of Montreal
002 Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank)
003 Royal Bank of Canada
004 Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD Canada Trust)
006 National Bank of Canada
010 CIBC – Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (includes President’s Choice Financial)
016 HSBC Canada
030 Canadian Western Bank
039 Laurentian Bank of Canada
117 Government of Canada (Not listed as a member of the Canadian Payments Association)
127 Canada Post (money orders)
177 Bank of Canada (Canadian central bank)
219 ATB Financial
240 The Royal Bank of Scotland NV Canada
241 Bank of America Canada
242 The Bank of New York Mellon
245 The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Canada)
250 BNP Paribas (Canada)
260 Citibank Canada
265 Deutsche Bank AG
269 Mega International Commercial Bank Canada
270 JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (Toronto Branch)
275 Korea Exchange Bank of Canada
277 Mizuho Corporate Bank Ltd. Canada BR
290 UBS Bank (Canada)
294 State Bank of India (Canada)
301 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp of CDA
303 Amex Bank of Canada
307 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Canada)
308 Bank of China (Canada)
309 Citizens Bank of Canada (Canada)
310 First Nations Bank of Canada
311 BofA Canada Bank
314 JP Morgan Bank Canada
315 CTC Bank of Canada
321 Habib Canadian Bank
323 Capital One Bank (Canada)
326 President’s Choice Financial (no longer assigned, now shares 010 code with CIBC)
327 State Street
328 Citibank, NA
330 Comerica Bank
332 First Commercial Bank
334 Pacific & Western Bank of Canada
335 United Overseas Bank Limited
338 Canadian Tire Bank
340 ICICI Bank Canada
342 Bank West
343 Hollis Canadian Bank
346 Societe Generale (Canada)
347 Bridgewater Bank
352 Directcash Bank
354 Jameson Bank
355 SHINHAN Bank Canada
509 The Canada Trust Company (prior to merger of TD & Canada Trust)
540 Manulife Bank
608 CS Alterna Bank
614 Tangerine Bank (formerly ING Direct Canada)
809 [Central 1 [Credit Union] – BC Region] 815 Caisses Desjardins du Québec
819 Caisses populaires Desjardins du Manitoba
828 [Central 1 [Credit Union] – ON Region] 829 Caisses populaires Desjardins de l’Ontario
837 Meridian Credit Union (formerly Hepco)
839 Credit Union Heritage (Nova Scotia)
865 Caisses populaires Desjardins acadiennes
879 Credit Union Central of Manitoba
889 Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan
899 Credit Union Central Alberta

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By Posted on 1 m read 59 views

If you haven’t visited The Hungry Jpeg you’re missing out! -They’re kind of like Creative Market 2.0. Well I’m happy to announce that they just launched a new site called Craft Bundles which allows it’s users to sell commercial use SVG and DXF files.

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The Craft Bundle is geared toward crafters in search on commercial use SVG and DXF design files at a bargain price! -Usually bundles. Like The Hungry JPEG, The Craft Bundle’s bundles are only available for a limited time.

The good thing is that they’re all Silhouette-friendly. If you sell SVG and DXF files, this might be a good opportunity for passive income.

Here’s an example of their bundles:


I’m thrilled to have yet another commercial marketplace to purchase and sell SVG Cutting files!!







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Get your money from Paypal Instantly

By Posted on 2 m read 109 views
Announcement News:
You’ve read a lot from me about PayPal’s mobile commerce growth but beyond PayPal making it easier to shop from your mobile device, it is easier than ever these days to pay back family or friends with your phone – no need to pull out your wallet.
PayPal has been leading the peer-to-peer payments (P2P) charge for nearly two decades. PayPal’s first product back in 1998 allowed you to “beam money” to your friends from one Palm Pilot to another. Today, people are using PayPal’s P2P services, including Venmo and Xoom, to send and receive more than $7 Million an hour to their friends and family.
As we continue to democratize the management and movement of money for our customers, we are making it radically simpler to transact on mobile, with products such as PayPal One Touch, and giving customers more options with our Customer Choice initiatives.
In that same spirit, PayPal users in the U.S. will soon be able to instantly transfer money to their bank accounts via eligible debit cards linked to their PayPal account. We expect that funds will typically be available in your bank account in a matter of minutes, although some banks may take up to 30 minutes. Our beta of this is now available to select PayPal users and will be made available to all U.S. PayPal users with eligible Visa or Mastercard debit cards over the coming weeks and months.
This new feature is another benefit to our customers that we’re able to make possible through the partnerships we announced last year with Visa and Mastercard and our closer working relationship with the bank and card issuing ecosystem. As always, funds in your balance are immediately available to use when shopping with PayPal, and there is no charge to transfer funds directly to your bank account through our original bank transfer functionality, which typically takes one business day. Our new transfer option will be available for a nominal fee of $0.25 per transfer.

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Amazon Fashion announces Prime Wardrobe, a new way to shop for fashion at Amazon, where you can try before you buy

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 Amazon Fashion announces Prime Wardrobe, a new way to shop for fashion at Amazon, where you can try before you buy
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Is the concept behind Prime Wardrobe new one a new one? Not so much,  companies like Warby Parker and Stitch Fix have been around for quite some time, but none has ever possess the capital or the audience that Amazon has. The Times reports that analysts predict that “Amazon will become the largest apparel retailer in the United States” by the end of the year.
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