According to a recent e-commerce study, consumers abandon carts when shipping rates are too high, or they don’t want to create a profile.
Both Twitter and Facebook have partnered with Stripe to implement a buy button, but only time will tell which is the better social shopping network.
While less than half of back-to-school shoppers felt it necessary to share their shopping information online, those that did share preferred Facebook.
Twitter is reportedly in talks with Stripe to enable payments, which could turn the platform into a powerful hub for social shopping.
Liketoknow.it is a new plugin designed to facilitate a more shoppable Instagram experience.
Last minute back-to-school shoppers are on the hunt for the best deals — and they’re turning to their social networks to find them.
While social commerce only represents about one-percent of all ecommerce, it’s expected to grow dramatically over the next few years.
Facebook is testing a buy button. Actor Jason Biggs facing critics after Malaysia Airlines joke on Twitter. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
E-commerce is growing at a rate of nearly 20 percent per year and is on course to overtake brick-and-mortar growth in the next five years.
E-commerce carts are abandoned at a rate of nearly 70 percent, but Qubit can help online retailers counteract this challenge.