Set up the Bullseye Locator on your Shopify Site.


Requirements: Any web-based paid subscription


The Bullseye Shopify Store Locator is extremely easy to get up and running. 


As with any other app in your store, click on the Apps tab in your Shopify Admin panel. Then click the button to Visit the App Store.



Simply search for “Bullseye Store Locator” - Chances are it will pop up after a few letters, and you can just click the link to the app.



Once on the Bullseye Store Locator Shopify App Store page, click Get App.

 

You should now be on the Bullseye website. In the top navigation, hover over Products and select Shopify Store Locator App. At the top of the page, click the “Sign Up Now!” button.




Simply fill out the form, and click “Sign Up!” (note: your subdomain does not need to be exactly the same url as your shop.)

 

After signing up you will receive an email with a link to activate your account.


 

After clicking the email link, you should now be in the Bullseye location software dashboard.

 

Follow the instructions in the pop-up to get started. The easiest way to begin is to manually add some locations. Go ahead and click “Add Manually”.



As you can see, Bullseye Store Locator has PLENTY of room for detailed information for each location, but for now we’ll start with the basics.

 

Enter your Location Name, Address, City, State, Zip. For the example, we’ve simply used Store 1 for the location name. The app will automatically plot your location on the map and generate the latitude and longitude.



Another great feature not to be overlooked is the Business Hours section. Let users see your business hours listed right on your Store Locator page.

 

After you have a few (or all) of your locations added and saved to the Bullseye dashboard, go ahead and click on Interfaces on the left sidebar. Find the box labeled “Add a Shopify Locator” and click “Add”.


 

In the new Bullseye window, enter your Shopify store’s URL. The portion after ‘http://www.’ and before the ‘.myshopify.com’.


 

For this tutorial we’re using the site: http://www.bullseye-example-store.myshopify.com so we’ll be entering ‘bullseye-example-store’ into the box.

 

You’ll be asked to login one more time before proceeding. If your shop url and login information was correct, you should be greeted by the following success page.

 

Follow the directions on the success page to add your Bullseye Shopify Store Locator to your shop’s navigation.


 

Take a look at your new Bullseye Store Locator page on your site at http://YOURSITE.myshopify.com/pages/bullseye-store-locator-page.


 

You may find the default colors on the Store Locator are not flowing well with your Shopify theme. Not to worry though. Head back to the Bullseye dashboard.

 

The easiest way to go to your Bullseye dashboard is by using the subdomain you created during sign up. In our case: http://bullseyeexampleshop.bullseyelocations.com will bring us straight to our dashboard.

 

Once logged back in, click on Interfaces. You should see a table with your Shopify Bullseye Locator interface listed. Click on “Edit”.


 

The Options tab has some great features to get you started on customizing the look of your Bullseye app. Easily change app width or make your map responsive, add a custom icon, change radius options, etc.

 

The Styles tab is where you’ll probably want to spend some time making edits. Start out with a preset template, or jump right into entering custom colors using web hex-color codes and changing fonts. Be sure to save your changes before exiting the page.



This should get your new Bullseye Shopify Store Locator app integrated nicely with your Shopify store.