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to get an overview of views, likes, clicks, purchases and total sales of the store`s products on your site. Ok, so I have a Shopify account that sells t-shirts (here), and then a Facebook page and an Instagram account where I want to sell and promote t-shirts. I followed here the installation guide: and I set everything up correctly as far as I can say: Warning: Although the products of your third-party store are supposed to appear in your Facebook store, you might want to read some comments from your respective platform to see if other people have had problems in the past. Note: List the first collection you want to use because it displays the largest product on Facebook. We have developed these standards and policies to ensure that Facebook platforms are a safe and welcoming place for everyone. They apply to anyone who posts content, including companies that sell products on Facebook and Instagram. In June, when I spoke with Kanwar about the purchase buttons, he said that Shopify`s Facebook Store solution is one of the most common on the social network, a performance he attributes to the simplicity of his platform and the size of his reseller base. But beyond the obvious, Shopify aggressively follows partnerships – and lands them – and makes its platform one of the most widespread on the market. Facebook Marketplace, which until now was only available as a peer-to-peer shopping market, has been expanded to include merchants. Shopify also offers a mobile sdK buy-back that allows its resellers to accept orders within a native iOS app and accept Apple Pay. The terms set out here apply when you use a Facebook product or service for the sale, rental or rental of goods or services.

After syncing multiple products with Facebook, organize your products into collections so that your customers can easily find your products. Facebook has not yet announced when the market place will be live, but it seems ready for this year`s launch. We look forward to making this new marketplace accessible to the public and strengthening the diversification of the e-commerce landscape. Businesses announced Wednesday that Shopify dealers will soon be able to sell their products through a new store on Small Business Facebook pages. When a user clicks on a product, merchants can either direct Facebook shoppers to their online store or upload them directly to the Facebook site or mobile app. Shopify supports payment processing and transaction tracking. After adding a shop space to your page, you can create a collection to categorize your products. If you divide your products into collections, you can find your customers more easily what they are looking for by browsing your products. You can add collections after you add your first pages of products in the U.S. Shopify also offers a mobile buyback sdK that allows its resellers to accept orders within a native iOS app and accept Apple Pay.

Looks like you`re having problems with the window that appears and asks you to accept terms. This is something that some other traders have experienced in the past, and it seems to be related to a setting in most updated browsers that prevents the tracking of crossover sites. We found that disabling this option helps solve this problem and allows traders to accept the conditions in this window, so I recommend trying to do so to see if you can properly connect your Facebook page. Keep in mind that Facebook Marketplace is currently only available to U.S. dealers. We strongly recommend that you review each of these policies, policies and agreements, as you must comply with them in order to obtain and maintain sales authorization on Facebook platforms. Many of these guidelines apply to everyone on our platforms, while some are specific to companies that sell their products. Companies that work responsibly will have little trouble keeping up with them. Links to the full guidelines can be seen in the Read More section below. As competition intensifies and omnichannel strategies