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Thursday, September 29, 2022

Archive for the 'Social Commerce' Category

The Future of Social Commerce, September 8 [Webinar]

Consumers have more choices than ever before, and nowhere is this more evident than in the realm of social commerce. Though social media has long been characterized by the ways it caters to user preferences, shoppers are now even more empowered to choose their own adventure, spending less time with the platforms that don’t impress, and more money with those that do. Adweek is hosting a webinar ‘The Future of Social Commerce’ on Thursday, September 8, 2022, at 1.00 pm EDT. The Adweek team says, “As the industry speeds toward its predicted $56 billion sales landmark in 2023,... [...]

The Future of Social Commerce, September 8 [Webinar]

Consumers have more choices than ever before, and nowhere is this more evident than in the realm of social commerce. Though social media has long been characterized by the ways it caters to user preferences, shoppers are now even more empowered to choose their own adventure, spending less time with the platforms that don’t impress, and more money with those that do. Adweek is hosting a webinar ‘The Future of Social Commerce’ on Thursday, September 8, 2022, at 1.00 pm EDT. The Adweek team says, “As the industry speeds toward its predicted $56 billion sales landmark in 2023,... [...]

HubSpot Shares 74 Social Commerce Statistics

Social commerce is a subset of electronic commerce that involves social media and online media that supports social interaction, and user contributions to assist online buying and selling of products and services. HubSpot contributor Katrina Kirsch has shared 74 social commerce stats that marketers should know in 2021. She says, “Whether you’re looking for information to boost your social media shop or shape your online strategy, read on to discover social commerce stats that will help you understand the current market and learn best practices for attracting buyers and growing your... [...]

Your Blog can become create T-Shirt income #ad

You have probably seen training that teaches you how to sell Teespring shirts via Facebook ads. That’s not a bad business; some people have done well with it. In addition, designing T-shirts takes a lot of time, requires skill and software that can be expensive, and the whole process can be a pain. However, there are other (and easier) ways to build your T-shirt business. IM Wealth Builders just announced an alternative system, one that lets you profit from the T-shirt market with no cost of goods and with no risk. Covert Shirt Store, Version 2 was just released. It’s an upgrade to... [...]

‘Social commerce: Why basic bots and buy buttons are not enough’ – EConsultancy

Nikki Gilliland says, “Social commerce hasn’t quite taken off in the way it was predicted to.  While 52% of marketers said it would be the most prominent trend of 2016, you could argue that live video or influencer marketing ended up stealing its thunder. It seems that despite mobile commerce rising in popularity – and with one in four users trying to purchase a product on social last year – many brands have struggled to find the right balance between social media and ecommerce. In fact, a recent survey suggests that 45% of adults have no current interest... [...]