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Re: Building E-Commerce Wave: Social Media Shopping
Posted by: Vivian Wagner 2020-01-14 03:40:11
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Consumers are on social media constantly, scrolling through posts from both friends and brands. Many have begun clicking on some of those brand posts and making purchases. "Social commerce is becoming increasingly popular for brands," noted Darin Archer, chief strategy officer at Elastic Path. "Even when the transaction itself may be happening outside the app, there's a much smaller gap between discovery and purchase," he said. "It makes it easy for shoppers to transact when they're already thinking about your ad."


Re: Building E-Commerce Wave: Social Media Shopping
Posted by: Jasonwhite 2020-01-14 05:20:08 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Absolutely Right, Totally agreed that social media is going to be another useful platform for Brands to share or sell their products.
Customers who wants to purchase any particular product can buy easily from social media because nowadays people gives their time to social media more than any e-commerce platform.
Influencer marketing also boosts sales from social media because these influencers have huge number of followers and they promote genuine products which increases the chance of conversion.
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How do you feel about government regulation of the U.S. tech industry?
Big tech companies are abusing their monopoly power and must be reined in.
Stronger regulations to protect consumer data definitely are needed.
Regulations stifle innovation and should be kept to the barest minimum.
Over-regulation could give China and other nations an unfair advantage.
Outdated antitrust laws should be updated prior to serious regulatory efforts.
Tech companies should regulate themselves to avoid government intervention.