Articles tagged with: f-commerce
Facebook and Target have teamed up in a bid to stave off threats from Amazon and eBay, whilst giving f-commerce a much-needed jumpstart. But the outcome looks bleak on both counts, say analysts.
Chirpify has made its in-stream commerce platform available for all, giving f-commerce the kick up the backside it sorely needs.
Soldsie is bucking the failing f-commerce trend by keeping social shopping inherently social
Two new initiatives herald hope for the dwindling f-commerce landscape, but Facebook will need more of the same if it’s to stave of competition from elsewhere
Social commerce is going East, where start-ups stand to learn from the Western industry’s mistakes
Despite widespread acknowledgement that f-commerce is something of a sinking ship, new reports suggest that the platform is actually contributing to a large portion of revenue for some businesses.
Thought it would be more than that, huh? Well according to a new study by brand agency Arc, social shopping is less about the numbers and all about the goods.
San Francisco-based start up Soldsie has launched a social media point-of-sale platform that allows retailers to sell goods through their Facebook comments, or from a purchaser’s perspective, by simply typing the word ‘sold’ into the comments section beneath an item’s image. Yep, it really is that straightforward.
Payment has launched a new social marketing tool designed to help retailers more easily navigate the complicated world of Facebook ads
The internet is awash with social media consultants and ‘thought leaders’ waxing lyrical about the whys and wherefores of social commerce, so it’s energizing to see some fresh thinking from an individual who’s been on both sides of the online retail fence.