Scroll to the bottom of the page, click on Get Started.
At the bottom of the page, click on Shopify, enter your Shopify Store Name (This is the “shop-name” portion of https://shop-name.myshopify.com/)
If your shop name contains hyphens, make sure to add them to the Shop Name Store. Otherwise, the integration will not work.
Enter the generated API Key from Shopify along with the Access token and save.
If you’ve previously created an app to use the Shopify Product block, you can use the same app information. However, you’ll need to edit the access for Customers to be at least Read Access.
Select one of your default Shopify contacts list or a saved search; saved searches are queries that represent a group of your Shopify customers. Your Shopify customer groups will depend on your Shopify saved preferences. Customers who do not accept marketing will not be available in this dropdown list.
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Next, select the contact list where the Shopify customers will import, and click Save & Next. You can choose an existing list or create a new list.
Map the fields of the list with details to be pulled from Shopify.
Click on save and next, and the integration is now set up.
The final number of imported contacts may be less than the projected number due to the filtering of certain emails. For example, Benchmark Email removes role-based emails, duplicates, unsubscribed, and blocked domains. To learn more, click here.
This integration offers a one-time import, and if you need to import more contacts at a later time, you will have to repeat the steps above. However, when you go to import again, you can choose the previous connection or create a new one.
If you need to import contacts from a different Shopify store, you’ll need to repeat the integration steps and enter the new Shopify store, Shopify API Key, and Access Token.