More than 1.8 billion people use Facebook every month to connect with friends and family and to discover things that matter.
Facebook marketing helps you find new customers and build lasting relationships with them. While marketing is good, why not also SELL your handmade products there?
Sounds like a lot of hardwork. But maybe not.
StoreYa.com is a social commerce platform designed for automatically importing web stores onto Facebook, having them fully customized to fit both the Facebook arena and the original brand’s look & feel.
Key Features of StoreYa:
- Available in all currencies
- Capturing email leads daily
- Offer fans and followers rewards
- Easy to use Launch Social Marketing Campaigns on Facebook Website, Blog
- One click inventory import from all major eCommerce platform
- Create Your Facebook Store and Start Selling in minutes
- No design or coding skills required to set-up a Facebook store
- Translate StoreYa’s marketing tools to any language
- Boost fans & followers on: Facebook, Twitter, G+, Linkedin
- Lead generation of users ready to purchase
- Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube – import to Facebook
- Easy one-click-import solution for all of your social network
- Build your Facebook fan page right – make it engaging!
- Monetize your social activities in a 2 minutes process
According to Booth Kittson from ColorLabel:
“They’re a certified Google Adwords Partner which means they promise no black hat methods.
It’s $30/month for their services which create your Google Adwords campaign. Meaning, you’ll be spending about $200/month with
Google Adwords (or more) to have this make any difference.
If you’re new or struggling to get found, spending some $$ on Google Adwords is a reliable and easy way to get new eyes on your shop. These folks promise as part of their service that they’ll only garner motivated shoppers. Their secret sauce, so to speak, is that they feel their demographic and keyword selection is good and better than a novice would do for themselves.
Provided they use your Google Adwords account, you could, for example, contract with Storeya for a month, quit, then simply use a duplicate of their campaign on your own.”
However, there are a lot of negative reviews about it too when it comes to their website traffic driving feature. Some say that they are using bots, click baits, etc. You can read it here.
Going back to the main topic. Here’s how StoreYa can help you in importing your online store on Facebook:
Thoughts: This tool may be useful in easily importing your online store to Facebook but I am not sure if I can entrust my money with the negative feedback I am reading about their leads generation feature.
Have you used this tool? Or do you know someone who have used it? Please let us know your experience with it in the comments.