E-SHOPPER How To: Sell on Facebook

e-shopper sell on facebook

It’s no secret that social networks are on the rise and won’t stop anywhere in the next years. This spans from social interactions to business marketing to even omnichannel eCommerce. e-SHOPPER gives you the opportunity to incorporate your online store in a website, on Facebook, Instagram, and more easily and fast.

Where e-SHOPPER differs from similar online store builders and management systems is that it natively adds your products to your Facebook page and keeps refreshing your stock, prices, and options as you go. In addition, your Facebook shop will be easy to manage through your e-SHOPPER dashboard, without having to move back and forth through different platforms.

 e-SHOPPER Facebook store

To begin selling your products on Facebook with e-SHOPPER, see the video below, detailing the setup process:

Basically, what you need to do in order to setup a Facebook store with e-SHOPPER is to connect your business page with e-SHOPPER through your management dashboard. Then, synchronize the products with your online store. After that point, you will be able to populate your Facebook store with products automatically. In addition, the synchronization will continue to scan your products and add any changes to prices and new stock directly to your page. It’s as simple as that. All you need to do is create your initial store. You now have a Facebook store ready to use without the setup hustle!

What you need to keep in mind when starting to sell your products on Facebook, either with e-SHOPPER or natively, is the fact that marketing is key. While almost every business has a Facebook page nowadays, only a small percentage manages to excel due to the high volume of businesses available.

Some ways in which you can excel with your Facebook shopping strategy is to invest in promotion exclusively on the platform, as well as, a comprehensive plan on how to utilize social networks to advertise your brand without cost. However, a Facebook shop will become a trend on its own. Especially, since it pops up on customers’ feeds whenever they are checking on their friends’ statuses.