Everything you need to sell software
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To sell software online, create a brand store on Shopify using over 70 themes and templates and customize your page as you see fit. Next, upload your software on your page and market it to a target audience using meta tags, hashtags, headings, and other efficient SEO tools on Shopify. You can also take advantage of Shopify’s social media integration to sell and market your software products to millions of potential online customers.
Shopify is your best bet for selling software online. You can upload digital copies of your software for customers to download and receive payments via top credit card options. Plus, the number and types of software you can upload on Shopify are limitless. Shopify’s product organization layout makes it easy for your customers to search and locate software too.
Yes, you can sell software on Shopify. You can host your business website on Shopify to enjoy enhanced marketing and navigation features, and the best part is, Shopify will never bill you based on the amount of traffic your website gets. Shopify enables you to seal deals via your mobile phone and send cart abandonment emails to customers that don't complete an order. You can also reach out to Shopify’s marketers for professional insights on boosting your software sales and building a stable online clientele.
Yes, selling software is profitable. You can sell one piece of software multiple times, meaning the resale value of software is limitless. And depending on the type of software, you can make huge profits with each download.
To price your software, do some market research and learn about the value the software brings to the table. The best practice for pricing software is to analyze your competitors and calculate your costs using Shopify’s free profit margin calculator.
The kinds of software that sell the best are game, marketing, engineering, medical, anti-virus, crypto, and designing software.
Scalable pricing plans
For software businesses at every stage and size
Best for new ecommerce businesses with occasional in-person sales
Best for growing businesses selling online or in-store
Best for scaling businesses that require advanced reporting