Get help from an independent Shopify expert.
Hire a Shopify expert for 1 hour of help.
Live, professional help session, via Zoom.
Build and launch a Shopify website fast, with a pro to guide you.
When you talk to our Shopify experts you get immediate answers to your specific Shopify questions. So you can start selling online asap.
What can we help you with?
- How do I set up shipping, taxes and payment types?
- What should I test before launching my shop?
- My shop is broken – help me fix it!
- Show me how to do my own SEO
Schedule a help session.
You choose the day and the time, and bring your questions.
Shopify Do-it-yourselfers are welcome here.
There are no bad questions. We’ll answer them all, and customize training to your exact needs.
How it works:
A help session is a live 1-on-1 video chat with an expert. This is your chance to get quick skilled help on your project. In 1 hour we will roll up our sleeves and get to work together to fix the problem, teach you how it’s done and answer all your questions.
We get a lot done in a 1 hour help session. The cost is $149.
Pay only $99 when you use coupon code FIRST (a $50 savings for first-time customers.)
Yes. Schedule a live help session where we’ll get to work right away.
Yes. Share your screen and show us what you’re working on, and we’ll help you fix it fast.
No. We will never ask you for your passwords.
Instead, with screen sharing we can guide you step by step through the fixes you need. This way you never have to share logins with anyone or compromise your security. How cool is that?
No. You’ll only pay for 1 help session at a time. No strings attached.
But you know you can always reach out to book a 2nd session if you need more help – right? We’re here when you need us.
We currently have experts in the United States, Canada, and South Africa. Many of our experts live and work in Michigan, where Anita Expert was founded.
Can you help me with _________?
Tell us more about your project and where you’re stuck. We’ll listen and help you find the right help for what you’re trying to do. It never hurts to ask.