And the best part? Looking up the technology your Shopify competitors use is free when you use BuiltWith. TOOL/STRATEGY 2: SHOPIFY TRICKS You can use the Shopify platform in three specific ways to research your competitors. Let’s take a look. 1. FIND OUT WHO YOUR COMPETITION IS Not sure which Shopify shops are competitors? Well, that’s easy to find out. Search Google for: site:myshopify.com “keyword” and see what comes up. Screenshot showing a search query Unfortunately, this isn’t always going to work, since Shopify does let people use their own
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Custom domain, which replaces the “myshopify” part for their shop’s URL. And the truth? It’s usually only dropshipping stores that leave the “myshopify” part in their URL. Don’t worry, there are some ways around this: Look for the word “collection” in a potential Shopify competitor’s URL. Use mobile number list download the Wappalyzer browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera to find out which ecommerce platform your competitor is using.[*] Screenshot showing Tesla gear Insert a keyword into the Xpareto tool and see the top Shopify shops related to that keyword.[*] Browse the list of all Shopify stores ranked by traffic on the Myip.
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FIND OUT HOW MUCH YOUR COMPETITION IS SELLING Once you find a. Shopify competitor you want to spy on. Follow these tried-and-true steps to see how popular they really are: Buy one of the cheapest items from their online shop on the first day of the month. And get the order number (you can find this on the last page of the checkout process and in the Shopify order confirmation email). On the last day of the month, buy that same cheap item using an alias and get that order number. Find the difference between the order numbers (since Shopify assigns sequential order