While the answers may be many-fold, it’s pretty clear that if you don’t have the basics covered: a good product or service along with a (people) support system and technology to help, you’ll never make any money on social media.
Selling other people’s products (affiliate marketing) and avoiding customer support issues and hiding behind the computer is not what I’m talking about. (Sidenote: Yes, some are making big bucks as affiliates, just check out clickbank.com).
Here is one way to make money on Facebook if you already have products to sell.
Here’s an example of a do-it-yourself commerce application for Facebook, from music artists to full social commerce enablement (big word).
Here are the steps to set up your own facebook shopping cart, or commerce system using Moontoast:
Find our more on social commerce provider Moontoast.
What success stories can you share?
Related articles to social commerce and Facebook
- Facebook Commerce – Just Another Buzzword for Investors or on the Verge of Taking Off? (wolpers.posterous.com)
- What Every Social Media Marketer Should Know About Shoutlet 4.0 (socialtimes.com)
- Legacy Media’s Slice of the Social Commerce Economy – Jack Myers (businessinsider.com)