If you have been online at any point in the last 14 years, then you have probably at least heard of Facebook, and you most likely even have a profile on there yourself. Something that you may not know, however, is the fact that Facebook is now an excellent place for you to turn to when you want to sell products online, and not go through the hustle of starting your own online store. Especially, thanks to the possibility for you to combine Shopify and Facebook functionalities, you can now get the best of both worlds in a very simple way. Today we are going to talk about some of the pros and cons of selling on Facebook with Shopify, so make sure you keep reading.
Tons of tools and a lot of functionalities
As we mentioned before, the ability to combine Facebook and Shopify is a great way for you to get the best of both worlds, and that is exactly how you will be able to get a ton of capabilities and tools that are super convenient. There are things that Shopify has that Facebook doesn’t, and with combining them you get the ability to sell an unlimited amount of products while not having to build an entire website from scratch by yourself.
You don’t have to build a website
As we said above, something that is great about selling on Facebook with Shopify is that there is no need for you to go through the complicated process of building an entire website from scratch, and that is great especially for people that don’t have a lot of experience in that area. Of course, one of the perks when selling with Facebook is the fact that the infrastructure is already there which means that there is everything that you need in order to start and online store, and this will be even easier when using Shopify.
Your customers could become distracted
However, there are also some downsides to this kind of online selling and one of them is the fact that Facebook is definitely a space where people could get really distracted. Since it is a social media platform primarily, it means that there is always the risk of customers getting too distracted with their social media for them to stay long enough on your page, and that is something that you should keep in mind.
Even though there are some downsides to selling on Facebook with Shopify, we can definitely say that we feel that there are many more positive sides than negative ones. The combination of these two platforms is something we feel is just the thing for your business, and we hope this article encouraged you to check this option out.
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