Is Social Commerce Fact Or Fiction?

by Jason Keath on Mar 20, 2012

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Social Fresh partner, Argyle Social, spoke at Social Fresh EAST about the merge of social media and ecommerce. They have put in a great amount of research, on how the top ecommerce websites are using social media -successfully and otherwise.

Some simple initial methods of social commerce, like placing storefronts on Facebook tabs, have seen little success and adoption. Argyle has also looked closely at calls to action, and how often they are used on social networks, compared to other content.

We have featured Argyle research in the past on the best time to post to Facebook.

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CEO and founder of Social Fresh, the social media education company. Jason is a social media consultant, a social media speaker and industry analyst. He consults with corporations and agencies on social media strategy, building community, and influencer...