More and more individuals, bloggers and companies are turning to Facebook as a way of connecting with people, increasing blog traffic, building a brand and the list goes on. Some people are taking that further and are selling their products right on Facebook. Having that functionality makes it a lot easier and more convenient for people to purchase your items since they don’t have to leave Facebook.
Payvment provides you with a Facebook e-commerce solution that allows you to set-up a store and best of all, it won’t cost you a thing. To launch your storefront you need to enter your PayPal (If you don’t have an account, click here to get one) username to receive payments, a store name and a currency type such as USD or NZD. After you have gotten that out of the way, the next steps are pretty much the same as you would follow with any other storefront where you enter your store categories, products, shipping, tax and so on. The way I see it, it really couldn’t be any easier to set up a store on Facebook with Payvment.
One of the nice features that the application has is the “fans only” discount where after someone becomes a fan of your page, they get access to discounted prices that you have set. This I see as a good thing because it encourages people to buy your products and at the same time you are building your audience.
Something else that that you can do is, if you are someone who sells arts and crafts on Esty Etsy – The Place To Sell Handmade Crafts, they have a Etsy-to-Facebook import tool. It allows Esty sellers to import their entire inventories to Facebook and sell them on their pages. This is the only import tool of its kind available but Payvment plans to launch import tools for other online catalogs.
If you are looking for another avenue through which you can sell your products, you should give Payvment a try. It opens you up to a world of opportunity by allowing you to sell your products on a 500 million member social network and best of all, all for FREE!
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