U.S. sales from social commerce have grown from $3 billion in 2012 to a projected $14 billion in 2015. Is social commerce the same as ecommerce? No. Social commerce is defined as sales derived from social media channels – through the shopping, recommending and selling behaviors of both buyers and sellers. This means your business can garner social commerce even though you may not have an ecommerce website.
An infographic compiled by Investp, and shared by Hubspot, shows that Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter are driving the most social sales. The potential here is huge – social commerce sales in 2015 are projected to be 5% of all online sales, which is tremendous opportunity for the growth of all businesses.
Even if you are not an ecommerce business, you can still benefit from these statistics. Sponsored posts on even the most niche social sites have proven to drive website traffic. By optimizing your website for conversions, you can turn these visitors into potential clients. Call us to find out how.
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