How to Import and Sell Your Shopify Products On Social Media

Finding ways to monetize and sell your content can be critical to your success as a creator. In fact, the more ways you can diversify and sell your brand, the better off you will be in the long term. Shopify is one of the popular platforms that creators and sellers alike use to grow and manage their businesses.

Because of its success within the creator economy, we created a new app called Shopify Storefront. It lets you link your Shopify account and import all of your items for sale into your social profiles, where your fans and followers can make purchases. 

This guide will explain what Shopify Storefront is and how you can integrate it into your social profiles.

Shopify Storefront for Your Social Profiles

Shopify is an e-commerce platform that lets you build and customize an online store and sell in multiple places like the web, mobile, in-person, and across social media channels. The platform has had a lot of success in helping creators monetize their brands.

The Shopify Storefront Koji lets you import all your products from your Shopify store into your profile. You can customize the storefront to fit your style with several brand and theme options to choose from. Once the app is published, your followers can visit your Shopify Koji and purchase your merchandise through the app.

We’ll identify some steps you need to take to set up the Koji for your social profiles.

What Is A Koji?

A Koji is a type of interactive media that can help you sell your products, downloads, services or premium content. To create a Koji, simply select a template and customize before sharing the unique URL on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, WhatsApp, or anywhere else!

Steps to Add Shopify Storefront to Your Social Profiles

Adding the Shopify Storefront to your social profiles is relatively straightforward. Although, finding and accessing your API key can be tricky if you haven’t set it up on the e-commerce platform.

Here are the steps you need to start selling: 

  1. Add Shopify Storefront to your profile
  2. Enter your Shopify Storefront URL and Storefront API Access Token
  3. Import all of your products and merchandise into your Koji
  4. Customize your store by choosing a theme and layout to match your style
  5. Publish the Koji  
  6. Spread the word to your audience on social that your storefront is open for business

How to Integrate Your Storefront into Your Social Profile or Link in Bio

To set up Shopify for the Shopify Storefront Koji, you’ll need to generate your Storefront API Access Token. Finding your API Key is simple whether you manage the storefront or are simply a user. 

To generate a token, you’ll need to create and install a custom app in your Shopify admin. Head to your settings and hit apps and sales channels. Click develop apps and begin creating by entering the app’s name and selecting an app developer, who can be the store owner or any staff member with permission. Once you’re done following the setup instructions, create the app. 

Now that the app is set up, you’ll need to follow the steps below to get your API credentials.

  1. From your Shopify admin, click Settings > Apps and sales channels
  2. Click Develop apps
  3. Click the name of the app you want credentials for
  4. Click API credentials
  5. Select Your API Access Token
  6. Enter the Token into the Shopify Storefront Koji during setup

Using the Shopify Storefront Koji

The Shopify Storefront Koji can be used by any creator for any purpose and to sell any merchandise. If you’re just getting started as a creator or are looking for store ideas, here are a few to help you get started:

  • Sell your latest fashion creations
  • Sell your latest photography
  • Sell music merchandise
  • Sell your manuscripts, books, and PDFs
  • Sell your latest documentaries and videos

Final Thoughts

The Shopify Storefront Koji provides another way for creators to monetize on their social profiles. Importing your storefront can be done within minutes; all you need to do is enter your information and start selling.

We’d love to hear your feedback, ideas, feature requests, and bugs. Twitter is the easiest place to get in touch – we’re @madewithkoji, and we can’t wait to see what you do with this Koji.