Social commerce happens when savvy marketers take social media and combine it with the best of e-commerce. It is like Facebook and Amazon combined and giving birth to a hybrid.
As of 2020, social commerce is an $89.4 billion market, and it is expected to reach $604.5 billion in the next seven years.
If you are an existing Amazon seller with excellent products to sell, incorporating Social Commerce into your marketing strategy can be your best move in 2021.
We at Sellers Launch are more than happy to help you understand Social Commerce and how it can help your brand if you include it in your marketing campaign. Just reach out to us at https://www.sellerslaunch.com/Book-a-Meeting-Page and we will be more than happy to schedule a meeting with you.
Curious about how to get a piece of the Social Commerce pie? Read on!
Social commerce utilizes networking platforms such as Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook as effective media to boost product...
Most sellers still don’t take Pinterest for e-commerce very seriously, which can prove to be a big mistake.
According to Hootsuite.com, Pinterest is the third-largest social network in the United States. Pinterest users also spend 50% more than they do on other competitor platforms like Instagram and Facebook, according to smartinsights.com.
Pinterest has grown and evolved with its features and capabilities getting more competitive. Women comprised 80% of its total users. But interest had grown farther from when it was first launched in 2010. It is now a place for eCommerce businesses to engage with users and generate more sales for their brands. If you, as a seller and as a brand, can master Pinterest for eCommerce, then there is an excellent opportunity for your brand to increase traffic and sales for your site.
All social media platforms provide businesses with the opportunity to get closer to their customers, Increase engagement, and thereby increase...
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