Blyp FAQs

Here’s a selection of answers to the questions we’re asked most often. If you still can’t find the info you need, get in touch and ask us directly.

What is Blyp?
Blyp monitors your store’s performance, uncovers potential issues that need attention, and helps craft customized insights to drive your sales and promote growth. Think of us as your personal 24/7 data analyst.
Who is Blyp for?
Blyp is for D2C brands with loads of data, but not a lot of time to go digging through it all. Sound familiar? Whether you’re a small team looking to save on resources and maximize results, or a larger brand looking to provide a little extra assistance to your in-house analyst, Blyp is for you.
What are the benefits of using Blyp?
There are a variety of benefits to using Blyp, but here are some we think you’ll be particularly interested in increasing sales, save on resources, protect your store and gain an edge on your competition.
How do I get started?
Good question! First, you’ll need to install blyp. Once installed, you’ll be able to integrate Blyp with your Google Analytics and Facebook Ads accounts. Once the data is linked, we’ll start crunching the numbers. It takes up to 48 hours for your entire store to be processed (depends on your order volume), but Blyp will send you some priceless nuggets of data while you wait.
How much does Blyp cost?
Blyp is free for life. You can upgrade to the premium version for a monthly subscription fee of between $29 and $199. The pricing depends on your order value.
How much does Blyp cost?
Blyp is free for life. You can upgrade to the premium version for a monthly subscription fee of between $29 and $199. The pricing depends on your order value.
What about Blyp for NGOs?
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Is Blyp really free for life?
It is. Blyp's free version includes weekly and monthly reports, and a few blyp we feel you must be aware of. You can upgrade at any moment.
Do you charge me once the free trial ends?
No. We definitely do not. We don't even take credit card details. Once your free trial ends you can keep enjoying Blyp's free version for life.
What is a blyp?
A blyp provides you with insight, the action you should take and how it will impact your business and bottom line. And each insight is tailored to your specific needs. This way, you can be confident in your data-driven decisions without the headache of analyzing data.
How can each blyp help my business?
Every blyp can help you in one of three ways: Inform – Gain visibility and understanding with metrics like your store’s total sales in the last 30 days. Transform – Drive growth with actionable insights into top-performing marketing campaigns, so you know where to direct your resources. Protect – Identify pressing issues, from bugs to a drop in conversion rate or discount codes used multiple times in one order.
What areas of my business does Blyp track?
Blyp tracks data from four essential areas: your products, marketing campaigns, customers, and overall store performance. We analyze Shopify, Google Analytics, Facebook and Google Ads, and Klaviyo. And we’re always adding more sources; if there’s data, we’ll find it.
Can I get monthly reports about my store’s performance?
You bet! Every month we’ll send you a monthly store report shedding light on things like total visitors, traffic sources, top-performing marketing campaigns, customer journeys, and more. If we think it will help you, we’ll include it.
How can I reach someone if I need assistance?
You can reach out to us anytime through our live chat widget in your admin panel. Or, feel free to send us an email at We’re always here if you need us or just want to say hi!
Can you help me understand my blyps?
We made each blyp as simple and actionable as possible. If you still have questions, you are more than welcome to contact us at or on the live chat inside your Blyp dashboard.
Can you help me configuring my Google Analytics  account?
Sure thing! Visit this guide and if you need further information, please don't hesitate to contact us at
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