Articles tagged with: social commerce
Scrapehere – a kind of ‘Pinterest of shopping’ – makes gathering trusted reviews and finding the right product price a breeze.
A new start-up aims to turn redundant order confirmation pages into further sources of revenue via social sharing
The tinsel’s been packed away, the turkey leftovers used up and the greetings cards taken down. The holiday season is over, but has left in its wake a wealth of statistics demonstrating social’s role in the retail frenzy that is Christmas.
Forget Amazon and Wal-Mart, the real leaders of social commerce look very different.
8thBridge’s new infographic looks at the current state of affairs for online retailers and considers their best options going forward
New research indicates that customer engagement via social media can push long-term sales by as much as 30%.
It’s a question that’s long perplexed social media marketers: do you put water coolers next to tills or tills next to water coolers? In more straightforward terms, do you create community around social shopping, or bring social shopping into communities? Four experts discuss…
Cereal giant Kellogg’s has opened the world’s first ‘Tweet Shop’ in London, allowing peckish consumers to purchase the brand’s new flavour of crisps (chips) with social currency.
In a bid to capitilize on the retail successes of Pinterest, Amazon’s Zappos store has created a new service that draws on users’ Pinterest posts to recommend other products.
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.