Builderfly: An All-in-one Ecommerce Platform’s Next Webinar

Builderfly is coming with another live webinar on 13th June 2020 at 5 PM (IST). The topic of the webinar will be “How to add your first product in the Builderfly store?” All ecommerce enthusiasts who are interested in creating their store can reserve their seats to join.

 

The technical experts will share a step-by-step guide for individual and bulk product listing, and refining product detail pages.

 

Key takeaways:

 

● Creating individual product detail pages
● Bulk list your products
● Selection and creation of product categories
● Updating SEO of individual product pages
● Addressing queries in live Q&A session

 

Builderfly doesn’t limit product listings on your ecommerce store for all the subscription-based business plans. By registering your store, you can create product detail pages and optimize it for your store and sales channels.

 

Register Now

 

About Builderfly

 

An all-inclusive ecommerce platform, Builderfly is known to help you create an ecommerce store, design, and launch your mobile app.

 

With a mobile app and store, you will get doubly benefited. AI – the inbuilt app can be a lot favorable for understanding your customers and adding business opportunities.

 

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For press Inquiry, you can reach us at [email protected]
Telephone Inquiry- Toll Free: 1877-327-6143 (USA) | 1800-123-2403 (IN)

 

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