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With any site migration, your biggest issue will be in setting up URL redirect. Fortunately, Shopify supports this and all other essential SEO features like sitemaps, custom meta tags, opengraph tags, etc. If you need more than that, there's a few great SEO apps that can assists like New Leaf Labs.

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Purely from a blogging perspective, there is no question WP has the better CMS and overall controls/backend for non-programmers. Shopify is recommended more for expanding your ecommerce options with plugins, promo offers etc. Obviously would need more context here as far as feature scope and wh...

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Developing the website is the least of your concerns. If you are operating an online store, building trust and confidence with your customer base is critical. So, when choosing a shopping cart to run your store, performance and availability are key. When you use a quality, paid service like Mag...

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Here is a website with some additional information: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/work/work-off-campus.html If you have further doubts, just email Service Canada and tell them what you plan to do and they'll let you know. David Barnett

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I have worked with many businesses who have both made the shift to hosted solutions and back to self-hosted solutions. Many ecommerce brands have been making a shift to hosted solutions such as Bigcommerce and Shopify. There certainly are benefits to using a hosted solution - software management...

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Wordpress will give you many more blogging options and capabilities than Shopify. There are also numerous plugins for Wordpress that allow you to sell services. WooCommerce is great for selling products, but you may want to find a plugin that allows you to sell just services. You don't really nee...

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You can't embed Shopify into WordPress. They used to have a plugin but that has been scrapped. Currently the best way to have a WordPress ecommerce store that sells physical products is to use the free WooCommerce plugin from WooThemes. It allows you to receive payments from PayPal. As you wi...

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Shopify for sure. But, why limit yourself there? There are some other really great systems out there that provide more tools out of the box. Oh, and while I'm sure *some* businesses do well with a Facebook store, it's not so simple to just "build and they will come." Stores are connected to Pag...

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You are going to need to find a Shopify developer to build this functionality for you, as something like that is definitely not built-in or available as an app. https://www.shopify.com/developers https://experts.shopify.com/developers

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Shopify is best use case for $0 to $1M ish, depending on product line, how many transactions that makes up, and if their are some custom things that are not possible on Shopify that realistically lead to huge gains that would cover more costs of a custom solution with something like magento. I r...

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