Mailchimp and Shopify have been dating for a while now, but have decided to split up and go their separate ways. Thankfully no children were involved…so we think.The break up came about because one was leading life on the wild side and the other felt it was putting them, their users and partners at risk. Affair enough, I say.They told their family and friends on 22nd March, but will be needing everyone to be on board and ready to go by 12th May, 2019.What happens now? There are several options you can take. Use third party integrations systems, such as ShopSync (which is free), Zapier or Automate. If you click here to Mailchimp’s Knowledge Base, you will be able to see what features integration with each program. E-commerce solutions, there are several manual solutions for features like product retargeting emails, pop-up forms, Google remarketing ads, and more. More information and and step-by-step instructions can be found here. The e-commerce features Mailchimp offers you can learn about in this article ‘How Mailchimp can help your online store’. Mailing List Syncing can be doing through third party integrations programs or manually exporting and importing. And for the tech savvy wanting custom integrations, Mailchimp have updated their e-commerce toolkit 3.0, which offers guidance on how to set up customer solutions for your store using Mailchimp’s API. Mailchimp have a directory listing for all integrations, which you can find here.
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