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Watch the recording: How to elevate your e-commerce business with social media

Online shopping has never been more popular. With full or partial lockdowns affecting many countries around the world, e-commerce has risen to the challenge and proven to be a convenient, effective and safe way for people to shop.

Social media is something that e-commerce brands can leverage to boost sales. If you are an e-commerce business and social media e-commerce is not already part of your strategy, you should seriously consider it.

So, what do you need to do if you want to elevate your e-commerce business with social media? We explore this topic in our webinar recording.

Here are some teasers for some of the platforms discussed in the webinar:

  • Facebook: A whopping 2.7 billion people use this social media goliath every month, which makes it a key player for your social media e-commerce activities. Learn how to tap into this huge userbase and drive sales.
  • Instagram: This is the home of beautiful images and it is a place where your audience loves to spend their time. If you sell something with aesthetic appeal, Instagram could really help you reach your customers.
  • Pinterest: Gone are the days when you could leave out Pinterest from your social media activities. 60% of Pinterest users get shopping inspiration from Pinterest, which means this often-overlooked platform packs some serious punch for generating sales.

If you want to learn more about how to elevate your e-commerce business with social media, check out our webinar recording on this topic now!

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • the current social media e-commerce landscape
  • what is new and upcoming for social media e-commerce in 2021
  • how to build a successful e-commerce strategy for Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest
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Daiana Damacus

Global Manager of Audience Marketing at Webcertain
Daiana has spent the last seven years working with social media marketing, influencer marketing, online research and content marketing. This has made her realise the importance of knowing your target audience for all areas of digital marketing. Daiana has worked in all four languages she speaks, with companies from across the world. She loves putting creativity into social and content campaigns, but believes that relevancy has more weight than trends when it comes to successful campaigns. Originally from Romania, Daiana now lives in the UK.

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