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Contradicting commonly held beliefs about gender and social behaviors, the study showed men more frequently research product information, read reviews, compare products, find product availability and get store information via social networks, shopping and deal sites; while women reign supreme when searching for deals, coupons and specials on similar sites.
Ever since ecommerce pioneer 1-800-Flowers.com in July 2009 gave Facebook users a chance to initiate a sale via its page on the social network, the concept of F-commerce has generated a lot of buzz
As Facebook crosses the incredible 750 million-member-line, without question or argument it has become a major force in marketing. But
Looking for innovative strategies to reactivate relationships with valuable lapsed customers? You might consider using Twitter. While most merchants discount the value of opportunities that won
To be truly impactful, and deliver increased traffic and sales, social must be integrated into existing marketing channels
Ice.com founder Pinny Gniwisch spoke about social commerce at Shop.org on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011. Gniwisch shared his thoughts about social commerce after the session with Multichannel Merchant senior writer Tim Parry.
The vendor community is singing the praises of Facebook stores, although studies suggest f-commerce is not in the best interest of merchants. But with the holiday season approaching, should online retailers invest in Facebook commerce? Multichannel Merchant senior writer Tim Parry caught up with Dale Trexler, owner of retail and wholesale jewelry supply seller Beaded Impressions, for his thoughts on Facebook Commerce.
Now with its new social network
Several merchants with bricks and mortar locations have turned to location-based apps like Foursquare to help build a mobile following. But old-school electronics merchant RadioShack may have cracked the Foursquare code last fall.