5 ASTOUNDING WAYS SOCIAL MEDIA IS TRANSFORMING ECOMMERCE

Social media influences almost every facet of our lives. We use Twitter and Facebook to learn about the news. We chat with friends via Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. We send silly messages to each other through Snapchat and save our favorite things on Pinterest. We broadcast ourselves live with Periscope and document our lives with Instagram.

Social media is deeply embedded in our online shopping as well.

5 years ago, it was enough for a business to simply be on social media. To have a presence. To occasionally post pictures of products as well as updates on sales. Today, things are completely different. Social media is absolutely revolutionizing eCommerce world. Businesses who don’t effectively engage in social media will find themselves left out in the cold while their competitors blow past them.

As Catalin Zorzini says:

For Web businesses, effective social marketing represents real value. Social networks offer new ways to reach first-time customers, engage and reward existing customers, and showcase the best your brand has to offer. Your social network profiles and the content you share are as important as a business’ storefront signage and displays in the 1950s.

Why? Social networks are evolving from merely places to find and distribute content; they’re becoming commerce portals. Businesses that integrate social media into their marketing strategy – from customer acquisition, to sales, to re-engagement campaigns – will benefit.

But what changes matter the most? What changes are having the biggest impact on the eCommerce world?

Here are 5 to think about. Find Out More

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David Wellbelove

D.W Images Photography, 52 Avon Grove, MK37BT, UK

Hi I am David Wellbelove I own D.W Images Photography based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes I offer high quality Commercial, Headshot, Product and Lifestyle Photography. I aim to provide a thorough and professional service, in and around Buckinghamshire and the surrounding counties and only a short hop from London. This is my 3rd year in fulltime business as a professional photographer. I have been a hobbyist photographer for over 20 years and had the opportunity thrown upon me to start my own business. I decided to back to college and I have recently finished my 1st year doing my Higher National Diploma in photography and came out with 6 distinction’s and a Merit, I am about to start the 2nd year. I am looking forward to building on my experience and business, creating stable future for my family and myself. Thanks for coming by.. David Wellbelove