#1 Facebook and e-commerce by joe 13.07.2017 14:57

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Had a quiet Friday night yesterday and got to
me and make a Facebook page on Facebook.
This is a page where I will present a lot of
news, special discounts and general
information.
Because I have such a niche branch, I think
this is something that people can hang on. It
will be interesting to see if someone joins, so
far someone outside my friendship circle has
joined.
Have also added a box on the first page of my
webpage where everything written in my
Facebook "log" is posted on the first page.
This allows me to retrieve news simply and
does not need to manually pick up everything.
And so I also announce the Facebook group
and chances are getting a few members.
The question is whether to add a "Facebook
feed" to my new online store that is under
development.
What do you think?

#2 RE: Facebook and e-commerce by BlackMoon 13.07.2017 15:02

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A little collective experience
I added a facebookwidget (or what's now
called in facebook and paste on its site) on
swecat. I had it up for two days, then I shouted
straight out how much the charge time
increased on the site and removed it. In our
new version we are currently working on,
there are common links instead.
Created a fanpage on facebook a few months
ago, and it has some fans about 300 pcs, but
what I can see is basically no visits at all from
facebook and, above all, no purchases.
I will continue to work a little with facebook
because I think it takes more fans than I have
to see results, but at the same time I think
you're on Facebook, maybe you're not so keen
on shopping. However, it is safe depending on
the store

#3 RE: Facebook and e-commerce by JimLad1 13.07.2017 21:58

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think there is very little that comes
automatically, just because you are on
facebook. It's only a way to manage a
customer club, which can make some rings on
the water if you offer something really good.
For example, Quite a lot to disturb my friends
with commercial mourning. If I get rid of my
trust and try to put them down like that, then I
want to send is really good. Then you may ask
a neighbor if they need something when
ordering, so you can share the shipping.

#4 RE: Facebook and e-commerce by Samlowan 13.07.2017 22:02

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Linking to Facebook from an e-store is a BIG
NONO in my world.
Many companies block Facebook because
their employees should not lose focus on their
work. But e-shops link to Facebook and
basically encourage people to do nothing but
shop in their store. To me it is totally
incomprehensible. I would like my visitors to
tip others about my store, but not at the
expense of not completing a planned
purchase.
So, I'm going to test exactly what I just bashed.
I allow visitors to share products via Facebook
and other social media. I have no high
expectations about the outcome, but you do
not test it, you do not know.

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