Jimdo vs Shopify
Last updated: January 31, 2018
Create a free website in minutes with the Jimdo website builder! Add text, galleries, videos, even create an online store. Beautiful layouts. Optimized for search. Free now and forever. No coding necessary. Simply start creating your own website with just a few clicks. Make an online store.
Simple, Beautiful, and Flexible End-to-End E-Commerce Solution. Simply choose a stylish ecommerce website design, easily customize your online store, add products, and you're pretty much ready to accept payments. Whether you already have products, are looking to sell digital goods or are interested in drop shipping — Shopify has a complete solution for you.
Face to face in the news:
2017 - Shopify integrates with Google Autocomplete, outgoes Jimdo
Google Autocomplete for address forms makes for an easy and speedy checkout experience for customers. And, it’s coming to Shopify. You put lots of work into creating an enjoyable buying experience. But, multiple fields to complete at checkout can slow down your customers or even discourage them from making a purchase. This becomes even more apparent for customers on mobile, where checking out on a tiny screen can be a long exercise in typing, misspelling, and re-typing. As part of improving your customer experience and helping you achieve higher conversions, Google Autocomplete is starting to roll out to Shopify’s checkout pages over the coming weeks, at no additional cost.
2015 - Shopify allows to create an online store from mobile phone. Jimdo is in panic
E-commerce company Shopify has launched a new app called Sello that allows businesses to build online stores. With Sello, you just snap a photo of the product that you want to sell, add a price and description, then you’re ready to go. You’ll be able to accept credit card and PayPal payments, and you can share your product listings on social networks. Sello is less about product discovery and more about creating those product listings and handling the purchases. Sello is available for iOS and Android. It’s a free app and there are no transaction fees (but you will have to pay for payment processing).