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Facebook commerce provider Payvment announced the rollout of a new weekly deals feature that allows sellers to feature three deals per week on its Lish.com social shopping site.
What seems to be working best for sellers in the social space is the ease in building a marketing list – many F-Commerce users say having shoppers ‘like’ a page helps with engagement – plus its simple to ‘find’ these customers later when sales or special deals come about.
When you’re in the market for a new camera, or a backpack for your 2nd grader, chances are you’ll search Google or Amazon for the product you want, and then scan for the cheapest deal or the best-reviewed product. You might also go directly to a favorite retailer’s Web site and search for the product you want.
he Payvment app combines PayPal’s API with Payment’s shopping basket, allowing you to sell products directly on your Facebook Page, absolutely free of charge.
Yesterday, we launched an improved check out system for all Payvment stores on Facebook. The new system combines the streamlined experience of our recently launched one-click buy process with the ability to purchase multiple products from a seller in one transaction. Sellers need not change anything in their settings to receive multi-item orders that can be bundled for shipment.
The traditional ecommerce experience normally entails searching on Google or Amazon for the product you want, and then scanning for the cheapest deal. Or maybe it means visiting a retailer’s website and trolling through 575 pairs of shoes to find something that suits your style. But rarely does buying online feel like the enjoyable real-world experience of “going shopping.”
Full Disclosure – when we first heard about Payvment, we said ‘Ho Hum’. Not that we thought there was anything wrong with it, but their product was basically a platform to create Facebook Stores and there seemed to be sooo many others doing that. Why would Payvment be any different?