- Shopify allows for one primary domain only. However, businesses can have up to 10 domains or subdomains to their Shopify store, in addition to their .myshopify.com URL. For those who have Shopify Plus plan, they can go up to 1000 domains or subdomains15.
- Businesses can create a separate website for each business idea or have different storefronts for each product line. They can have as many stores on one Shopify account as they want, but there are a few limitations. For example, they can’t create a store with the same name or a very similar name to an existing store. They also can’t sell the same products in two different stores3.
- Businesses can create multiple Shopify stores across different accounts. Alternatively, they can create multiple shopfront experiences on one account. This would mean that they’ll have their main account and store, but subpages on their homepage or website will act as the other storefronts4.
- Technically, there’s no option to manage more than one Shopify store from the same Shopify account. Not unless businesses upgrade to Shopify Plus. It means that for each new store they want to open, they will need to create a new account5.
In summary, businesses can have more than one website on Shopify. They can create multiple stores on one Shopify account, have different storefronts for each product line, or create multiple Shopify stores across different accounts. It’s important to evaluate these methods based on the specific needs and goals of the business and adjust them accordingly.