Web Ninja Facebook Stores
Connect your website directly to Facebook
Managed within and synced with your Accounting Package
Sell directly to your fans that can order and pay within Facebook
Fans 'Likes' and 'Comments'increase your visibility and market your product to thousands of people on the social network
Web Ninja Social Stores allow you to promote and sell products without requiring the user to leave Facebook. Customers can buy directly from a "Shop Now" tab within your Facebook page. Your visitors never have to leave the Facebook experience. The best bit...it's integrated to your accounting software, saving you time and money maintaining up to date product information!
Facebook Is Generating Huge E-Commerce Opportunities
"Social commerce will be big and disruptive,"
Ethan Beard (who runs Facebook's Developer network) said in an interview with Dow Jones Newswires in Sep 2010.
"Facebook has the ability to segment and market in a way most websites can't"
Laura Lake - About.com
One thing is clear: Sales are starting to happen in social media - and specifically, with Facebook. The 900-million-member social-networking site will soon be like a giant, global shopping mall and Web Ninja can help you claim your stake in this E-Commerce space.
By utilizing your fan base and the power of the "Like" button, Merchants can push special offers out to their fans via the news feed and enable those customers to purchase the products that are being promoted without ever leaving their home page.
Forbes recently reported that Facebook Fans are 41% more likely to recommend a brand and 28% more likely to continue using them. They also found that a Facebook Fan is worth on average $136.38 and spends $71.84 more per year than non Fans.
Facebook users who "Like" your products can receive an instant discount from your Facebook store. By doing this, they also notify their friends through automatic links on their personal Facebook News Feeds. For popular products, the effect can quickly become viral, when their friends also join the Social interaction and repost the "Like" links within their News Feed.
Some of the early facebook E-Commerce success stories are stunning. For example, in February 2010, Procter & Gamble's Pampers dropped an e-commerce application into a "Shop Now" tab of its 200,000-fan-strong fan page. Within an hour, it sold out of the 1,000 Cruiser diaper packs it was offering at $9.99 USD a pop.
Speak to the Ninjas about getting your products on Facebook and take advantage of the most convenient, easy and targeted on-line selling tool around.