One of the frequently asked questions by new users is whether they can use Shoprocket on multiple sites. The answer is a resounding yes! This guide will help you understand how to achieve this.
Shoprocket: Centralised and Cross-Channel
Shoprocket is designed to be centralised and cross-channel, meaning you can use the Shoprocket embed code in as many pages, websites, blogs, or any other channels as you like. It's designed to provide seamless, real-time synchronization of data across all your channels.
If you update a product in your Shoprocket dashboard, the changes will be instantly reflected in all your embeds, no matter where they're located. This means you could update a product price or description in your dashboard, and immediately see that change take effect across multiple pages, domains, or channels. This eliminates the need for time-consuming, manual updates across different platforms.
No Extra Cost
Perhaps the best part is that there's no extra cost for this functionality. Shoprocket bills "per store", not per website or channel. This means you can create a single store and embed it into as many websites/pages as you like without any additional fees. It's a cost-effective solution for multi-platform, multi-channel digital selling.
Here's how to get started:
Step 1: Create Your Store in Shoprocket
Log into your Shoprocket dashboard and create your digital store, adding all the products, descriptions, prices, and any other relevant information.
Step 2: Embed Your Store
Once your store is set up, you'll be given an embed code. This is what you'll use to display your store on various platforms.
Step 3: Use the Embed Code Across Multiple Sites
You can paste the embed code into the HTML of any website, blog, or other platform where you want your store to appear. The embedded store will remain synced with your Shoprocket dashboard, ensuring real-time updates across all platforms.
With Shoprocket, managing your digital store across multiple platforms has never been easier. By providing real-time, cross-channel synchronisation, it's a powerful tool for anyone selling digital or physical products online.