The Rise of Facebook Commerce<br />Why f commerce ?<br />
Websites that do not participate in e-Commerce are losing traffic to their Facebook pages at a astonishing rate.<br />
Facebook fan bases have become companies largest web presence<br />
1 in 4 people have made a purchase via a brand’s Facebook page<br />Source: creativefeed.net/blog/f-commerce-you/<br />
Facebook is gaining an approval as a place to connect with brands online, and is progressively more often selected over th...
Source: ADGREGATE MARKETS<br />MAU –Monthly Active Users the rate is now averaging over 2% and trending upwards.<br />
Facebook stores now have the same sales conversion rates as e-Commerce websites.<br />
Facebook stores are efficient at acquiring visitors cheaply through wall posts, with post-launch wall posts generating on ...
One month after store launch, the base level of traffic equals 1 to 10% of fan base.<br />Facebook stores on average gener...
Facebook stores generated on average 5.9 pages views per visit. Facebook store stay times average 2:50 per visit, growing ...
What are you waiting for?<br />We can help <br />For more information please visit our website<br />www.omisem.com<br />
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  1. 1. The Rise of Facebook Commerce<br />Why f commerce ?<br />
  2. 2. Websites that do not participate in e-Commerce are losing traffic to their Facebook pages at a astonishing rate.<br />
  3. 3. Facebook fan bases have become companies largest web presence<br />
  4. 4. 1 in 4 people have made a purchase via a brand’s Facebook page<br />Source: creativefeed.net/blog/f-commerce-you/<br />
  5. 5. Facebook is gaining an approval as a place to connect with brands online, and is progressively more often selected over the websites of certain companies.<br />
  6. 6. Source: ADGREGATE MARKETS<br />MAU –Monthly Active Users the rate is now averaging over 2% and trending upwards.<br />
  7. 7. Facebook stores now have the same sales conversion rates as e-Commerce websites.<br />
  8. 8. Facebook stores are efficient at acquiring visitors cheaply through wall posts, with post-launch wall posts generating on average 1,673% points in store traffic*.<br />*Source: Webtrends<br />
  9. 9. One month after store launch, the base level of traffic equals 1 to 10% of fan base.<br />Facebook stores on average generate a 17% social engagement rate (merchandise “likes” and “shares” per visitor*).<br />*Source: Webtrends<br />
  10. 10. Facebook stores generated on average 5.9 pages views per visit. Facebook store stay times average 2:50 per visit, growing 50% over the last three months*.<br />*Source: Webtrends<br />
  11. 11. What are you waiting for?<br />We can help <br />For more information please visit our website<br />www.omisem.com<br />

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