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 will explore this topic in our upcoming webinar.
Here are some teasers for some of the platforms we will be discussing:
- 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, we will be holding a free webinar on this topic on 11 February 2021 at 3pm GMT.
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
To register for this free webinar, click here!
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