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Ember

Shop looks, not products

Ember

Shop looks, not products

Ember is a Shopify plugin that solves a shopping dilemma. Have you ever looked at a website and wanted to buy something else in the product picture, but was not able to ever find it on the site? Not only will this solve the shoppers dilemma, but will increase the amount of sales made on a site. It accomplishes this by allowing stores to host multiple products on one page, or look. These looks are designed by you, the store owner, to sell everything in the picture.

This gives shoppers complete control to buy the products they see in the image, without the hassle of clicking more pages, shopping more sites, nor wasting time searching.

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Hey guys, Tyler here with Ember. For some reason our SSL didn't take so we want everyone to know that the site should work on https later today!

If you want to check out Ember, go to http://www.embercart.com, to avoid the SSL error. We will be up on SSL soon!
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Very interesting, but I would like to know more if possible, please, what is the difference between your solution and other softwares that enable me to click on specific parts of an image and be redirected to the purchase cart?
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@RenatoRotsztejn Because the redirect is bad UX. There should be no reason that you leave a page to buy one item. You should be able to buy 6 items with one click. The other solution is click on image, redirect, click on size, add to cart click... that, in my opinion, is too many clicks for one product.
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@embercart Thank you for your explanation! I couldn't see this value proposition on your landing page, but maybe it was my mistake... I believe if you could add exactly what you told me on your website, you will add more value to your product and differentiate better your solution than other competitors :)
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It is a very interesting solution here. I am going to build my ecommerce website soon and I will be using some Shopify themes from http://templatemonster.com/blog/save-99-shopify-themes-subscription for this purpose. I guess this info here will be helpful to me as well.

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