A shiny new product will always intrigue a lot of people.
Most of the time, a lot of people who don’t actually need the product- they’re just having a nosey to see what the hype is about.
Maybe you’re one of those people, and we welcome you with open arms! Please play about, let us know what you think, and tell your friends to do the same.
Or, maybe you’re here to see if this platform is a viable solution to your e-commerce needs.
In this post, we want to break four types of people Nine would be perfect for:
Setting up your Nine store is very much like going on holiday.
It’s a very exciting time, it’s something you’ve waited a long time for, and all your friends will be very jealous.
I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t begin to pack for a holiday without my checklist, which I’m sure is saved somewhere deep down in my notes.
So in true holiday fashion (because it’s 2020 and this is the closest thing you’ll be getting to holiday), I’ve gone ahead and created a Nine checklist just for you.
This will walk you through everything you should have before launching your Nine store.
There are two core beliefs we have that makes Nine different from Shopify or most of the other ecommerce tools out there.
Simplicity – the same reason our first product is gaining traction, anyone can use it, we deliberately leave out features and try to introduce convention over configuration where possible.
Native subscriptions – meaning built-in to the platform, no add-ons required, no developers needed, anyone can set up a subscription product and start selling it minutes later.