The pandemic has adversely affected many businesses at these times. As the physical shop owners are facing a tough time and are rapidly shifting to online selling, Facebook introduced Facebook Shops, helping small businesses sell their products directly across Facebook apps.
In one of his live streaming, Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder, and CEO, introduced Facebook Shops. As a preferred marketing partner of Facebook, CedCommerce feels happy to be a part of Facebook’s partner ecosystem and is all set to uncover the opportunities Facebook Shops has brought for retailers.
CedCommerce has been closely working with Facebook to help eligible sellers leverage Facebook Marketplace by assisting them to quickly onboard on the marketplace by helping them to integrate their eCommerce platforms like Shopify, WooCommerce, etc. directly with the marketplace.
As a marketing partner of Facebook, we continue to support retailers worldwide by helping them advertise their business on Facebook to attain maximum visibility. Besides, we will soon support businesses to sell through Instagram checkout and integrate their catalog using Facebook Shops.
“CedCommerce is looking ahead to the success of Facebook Shops as it will certainly give merchants a big push forward. We continue to onboard sellers, and optimize their catalog so they can benefit Facebook through several channels – Facebook Marketplace, Facebook Marketing, Instagram Checkout and now Facebook Shops,” said Abhishek Jaiswalco-founder, and CEO of CedCommerce.
All that was not possible through a physical storefront can be done in a matter of clicks now. With Facebook Shops coming to the rescue, small businesses can quickly create an online store for free, scale their products, customize online stores, and reach a vast customer base.
As Zuckerberg announced, “Facebook Shops are free and easy to create. When you set up your shop, it will appear on your Facebook and Instagram accounts to start and soon on Messenger and WhatsApp too. Shops are native and fast, which means no more app-switching to a slow mobile web browser where you have to reenter your credit card when you tap on an interesting product you see in feeds. We’re also working with partners like Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, Channel Advisor, CedCommerce, Cafe24, Tienda Nube and Feedonomics so that small businesses can easily integrate into a strong, open ecosystem of tools to help them manage their customer journey end-to-end, and it’s up to the business to decide what level of integration they want.
We at CedCommerce, are all set to help businesses cater to quality integration services and ease the process right from onboarding to online selling. Reach us to make the most out of this opportunity.
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