If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you probably use Shopify as your go-to ecommerce platform. And if you’re like most entrepreneurs, you probably also rely on subscriptions to help fuel your business. But what if you want to add a recurring subscription feature to your Shopify store? That’s where Recurly comes in. In this blog post, we will explore the basics of integrating Recurly with Shopify and teach you how to create a custom recurring subscription form. We will also show you how to set up automatic billing and tracking so that you can keep track of your subscribers’ activity and churn rate.
What is Recurly?
Recurly is a subscription-based platform that helps businesses subscribe and manage their customer’s recurring subscriptions. It integrates with Shopify, allowing you to manage your customers’ subscriptions through the same platform where they make purchases.
How Does Recurly Work with Shopify?
With Recurly, you can easily keep your customers up-to-date with the latest products and prices. To do this, you need to add a subscription form to your Shopify store.
1. Add a Subscription Form to Your Shopify Store
To add a subscription form to your Shopify store, first go to the Subscriptions tab in the Admin area of your account. From here, you can create a new subscription or load an existing subscription form from a different source.
2. Set Up Your Subscription Form Settings
Once you’ve added the form, you’ll need to set up some basic settings. First, select the type of subscription that you’re creating: monthly or yearly. Next, specify the date range for which subscriptions will be active. You can also specify how often each new product entry should be emailed (daily, weekly, or monthly). Finally, enter your contact information (name and email address) and click Save Changes.
3. Customize Your Email Messages
Now that your subscription form is set up, it’s time to customize the email messages that are sent out to your customers. To do this, head over to the Messages tab in the Admin area of your account and choose Subscribe Now from the Content Type dropdown menu. In the Subscribe Now message field, enter a brief message that will be included with every new product entry in your store. Next, enter your contact information (name and email address) and click Save Changes.
4. Send Your Emails
Now that your subscription form and email messages are set up, you’re ready to send out your first emails! To do this, go to the Email Settings tab in the Admin area of your account and enter your email address in the Email Address field. You can also specify which day of the week the emails should be sent (by default, they’re sent on Mondays). Finally, click Save Settings to finish setting up your email campaign.
How to Integrate Recurly with Shopify?
In this article, we will show you how to integrate Recurly with Shopify. This integration will allow you to automatically process subscription payments from your customers through the Shopify admin panel.
1. Upload the recurly_shopify.zip file to your Shopify account.
2. Open the recurly_shopify.zip file and extract the recurly_shopify folder to your local machine.
3. Within the recurly_shopify folder, open install-recurly.php and follow the instructions on screen to set up Recurly for your shop.
4. Open shop-config.php and add the following lines of code at the bottom of the file:
return [ ‘recurly’ => [ ‘clientID’ => ‘YOUR_CLIENT_ID’, ‘secretKey’ => ‘YOUR_SECRET_KEY’, ], ];
5. Save shop-config.php and close iterm open shop-setup.php in order to activate Recurly for your shop:
What are the Benefits of Integrating Recurly with Shopify?
If you’re like most business owners, you’re probably juggling a lot of different subscriptions and subscriptions-based systems. That’s why it can be so helpful to integrate Recurly with your Shopify store. Here are some of the benefits:
1. Simplified subscription management.
With Recurly and Shopify, you’ll be able to manage your subscriptions in one place, making it easier to keep track of who’s subscribed to what and when. Plus, you won’t have to deal with multiple systems or platforms.
2. Increased subscriber engagement.
Integrating Recurly with your Shopify store will help you increase subscriber engagement rates and conversion rates. Thanks to our powerful automation features, subscribers will automatically receive notifications about new products and deals, which is sure to drive interest and motivation.
3. Reduced subscription churn rates.
Improved subscriber engagement also means reduced subscription churn rates – meaning that you’ll save money on renewal fees in the long run! Plus, thanks to our powerful automation features, renewals will happen automatically as scheduled without any input from you or your team.
If you’re an ecommerce store owner, you’re probably familiar with Shopify’s subscription-based systems. These subscription-based systems allow customers to subscribe to your products and services on a recurring basis, which can be really helpful for boosting your customer base. However, integrating a Recurly subscription system into your Shopify store can be tricky – so we’ve created this guide to help you out! By following our tips, you’ll be able to integrate Recurly into your shop without any problems at all. So whether you want to increase your subscriber base or just want to streamline the process of processing payments, read on for our guide on how to integrate Recurly into your Shopify shop.