About Zipify Pages
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Zipify Pages is a powerful tool that can help you create beautiful, high-converting pages for your Shopify store. This drag-and-drop page builder allows you to create custom pages without any coding experience or need for a developer.

Choose from our proven profitable templates or create a page completely from scratch by adding text, images, videos, and other elements to your pages with a variety of pre-set blocks. Easily customize the look and feel of your pages with a variety of fonts, colors, and backgrounds.

What are the benefits of using Zipify Pages?

  • No coding experience required: Zipify Pages is a drag-and-drop page builder, so you don't need any coding experience to create custom pages for your Shopify store.

  • A variety of templates and blocks: Zipify Pages offers a variety of templates and blocks to get you started, and you can customize the look and feel of your pages with a variety of fonts, colors, and backgrounds.

  • High-converting features to help you create pages: Zipify Pages offers a variety of features to help you create high-converting pages, such as dynamic product showcases, countdown timers, and A/B testing so you can see which version of your page performs better.

  • Designed for mobile responsiveness: Your pages will look great on any device. Pages can even be designed and edited & previewed from a mobile perspective.

Glossary of terms

We try not to use a lot of jargon but it is nice to speak the same language. Here are some common terms you may encounter while using Zipify Pages:

A/B testing - A method of comparing two versions of a page to determine which one performs better.

Add To Cart Button - a specific type of button that adds products to the customer’s cart and can redirect them to other pages, or leave them on the same page.

Analytics - Data and insights about your page’s performance, such as traffic, conversion rate, and bounce rate.

Blocks - Pre-designed page sections that you can easily add to your page. Examples of blocks include a header, a product showcase, and a testimonial section.

Buy Box - The area of a page where customers can add products to the cart, view product images, and read information about the assigned product.

Call to action (CTA): A call to action is a message that encourages visitors to take a specific action, such as clicking a button or signing up for a newsletter.

Conversion rate - The percentage of visitors who take a desired action on your page, such as making a purchase or filling out a form.

Custom code - The ability to add your own HTML, CSS, or JavaScript code to your pages for more advanced customization.

Elements - The building blocks of a page, such as text boxes, images, buttons, and forms.

Footer - The bottom of a page, Usually, it contains copyright information, contact details, navigation links, etc.

Funnels - A series of interconnected pages designed to guide customers through the buying process.

Global vs. Local - Global scripts are applied to all pages, and Local scripts are applied on a per page basis.

Header - The Header element represents a container for introductory content or a set of navigational links. A Header typically contains the store’s logo or icon, a search bar, or a link to the Cart page.

Hero section - The main section of a landing page that contains the most important information and call-to-action.

Integrations - Connections between Zipify Pages and other tools and platforms, such as email marketing services or payment gateways.

Mobile responsiveness - The ability of a page to adjust its layout and content to fit different screen sizes and devices.

Pages - The individual landing pages you create using Zipify Pages.

Scripts - a list of programmatically-written instructions that can be carried out on command

Sections - A collection of elements that form a single block of content on your page.

Styles - Styles determine how elements of a page look (text size, fonts, colors, etc.)

Template - A pre-designed page layout that you can use as a starting point for your own page.

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