Selling You Products and ServicesWithout a Website         “Please feel free to Tweet @wvrknight during this session”
Warren KnightSpeaker / Author / ConsultantCEO, co-founder of GloopleSpeaker & Trainer F7Social20 years Retail Experience5 ...
Online storeGroupBuy & FlashSale   Affiliate network   Social integration    Peer to peer  sharing discount               ...
Production EraHenry Ford 1920’s                                Model “T” Production                                12.5 ho...
Marketing Era1950’s 1st TV Advert                        Brands told us                                              what ...
SoLoMo EraConnected 24/7 Our philosophy is to fish where the fish are Adam Brown – Coca Cola                         42 Mi...
Why are Social Network Important?   Shoppers trust recommendations 3x more than online ads   43% of Twitter users access...
Monitor
Respond
Amazon
Misi
Folksy
Groupbuy – FlashSaleTwitter: 3 Sales in 21 minutes                                     Value $12 Billion                  ...
Brand Alley
Coriandr
Notmassproduced
Chirpify
f-commerce & t-commerceSellfy
f-commerceFree Facebook Store
Social ShoppingPinterest
p-commercePin2Sell
Consultancy / Training / Mentoring   Tell us    What      You    Think
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In this presentation, I share the newest and the best places to sell products without having a website, and the latest social commerce platforms that allow you to sell services and products, through social media.

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How to Sell Products and Services Without a Website

  1. 1. Selling You Products and ServicesWithout a Website “Please feel free to Tweet @wvrknight during this session”
  2. 2. Warren KnightSpeaker / Author / ConsultantCEO, co-founder of GloopleSpeaker & Trainer F7Social20 years Retail Experience5 years Social MediaSocial Media for BusinessSales Techniques for SMEInternational Business
  3. 3. Online storeGroupBuy & FlashSale Affiliate network Social integration Peer to peer sharing discount Refer a friend Ratings & Mobile platform Embedded reviews Facebook store
  4. 4. Production EraHenry Ford 1920’s Model “T” Production 12.5 hours before 93 minutes afterwards Cost: $825 ($33) > $280
  5. 5. Marketing Era1950’s 1st TV Advert Brands told us what they want us to buy Now Only 14% of us trust Advertising 78% of us trust our Friends recommendation of a product or "Its tingling fresh. Its fresh as service ice. Its Gibbs SR toothpaste.”
  6. 6. SoLoMo EraConnected 24/7 Our philosophy is to fish where the fish are Adam Brown – Coca Cola 42 Million “Likes”
  7. 7. Why are Social Network Important? Shoppers trust recommendations 3x more than online ads 43% of Twitter users access via their Smartphone 57% of online shoppers have spent more that £65 on Social Commerce websites, like Groupon & Living Social 42% of online shoppers follow retailers on Social Networks, with an average of 6 per consumer More than 56% of Facebook fans and 67% of Twitters users click to a retail website as a result of a post or tweet 35% of consumers, said they would buy through Facebook Facebook Store convert at 2-3%, the same as an online store
  8. 8. Monitor
  9. 9. Respond
  10. 10. Amazon
  11. 11. Misi
  12. 12. Folksy
  13. 13. Groupbuy – FlashSaleTwitter: 3 Sales in 21 minutes Value $12 Billion 14m UK subscribers Active in 565 cities 4000 employees Save customers over $300 Million 27 Million visits per month 14.7 Unique visitors per month
  14. 14. Brand Alley
  15. 15. Coriandr
  16. 16. Notmassproduced
  17. 17. Chirpify
  18. 18. f-commerce & t-commerceSellfy
  19. 19. f-commerceFree Facebook Store
  20. 20. Social ShoppingPinterest
  21. 21. p-commercePin2Sell
  22. 22. Consultancy / Training / Mentoring Tell us What You Think

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