Let’s say that you’re in the market for some new sunglasses. 30 years ago, you might have seen the pair you wanted on a billboard, headed to your local shop, tried on that pair (and 20 others) and then made your decision. Job done. Sure, it might have taken you anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, but hey, it was the ultimate experience, right?
An ‘Instapocalypse’ would imply that Instagram basically took over social e-commerce (or even e-commerce, in general) but for that to happen, retailers would need to have no problem in using it. But that’s just it. ‘Shoppable Posts’ are actually a major pain for retailers (at least to begin with), and here’s why.
Nearly a year ago today, we provided you with the latest and greatest about all things social commerce. In case you’ve forgotten, though, a quick recap: social commerce allows users to purchase products directly from their social media platform of choice, whether that be Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest or even Snapchat.
Dear Kevin and Michel,
No letter of this nature would begin with anything but an enormous congratulations (with love, from the team here at Fillr). You have taken your company to dizzying heights of success, and a quick scan of the news headlines reveals that you are becoming ‘Facebook’s next Facebook’, that teenagers worldwide are turning to you in droves, and that experts predict you’re on track to become the world’s most popular social network.