Yorbing Staff Friday April 19, 2019
*Feature Image By Pifa Gove Millinery, Mozambique.
First Segment: Remember Doing Business In The Western World Is Naturally Tough For Those Who Trade In And With Africa. West Africa Is Intentionally Closed-Off. So Its Up To You To Decide The Best Way To Move Forward. Westerners Can Comfortably Refer To Europe But Not African Diasporans To Africa Where A Thriving Market Exists.
Like This Sample, Lionness Of Africa: Check Your Payments And Shipping Platforms.
And check out this careful but organic photography for your site:
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By Shopify, Ash-Read, Instagram Marketing
With Instagram surpassing 1 billion monthly active users worldwide, and over 400 million people using Instagram Stories on a daily basis, Instagram offers ample marketing opportunities for ecommerce brands, retail shops, and small businesses to reach their customers.
Now with Shopping on Instagram, connecting your online store to your Instagram account, the social media site has developed into a thriving marketplace for brands to connect with consumers.
But incorporating Shopping on Instagram into your marketing still requires some creativity. There are many ways you can go about it, after all. So, let’s take a look at examples of how some of the world’s top ecommerce brands are using Shopping on Instagram to drive sales and growth.
Why use Shopping on Instagram?
Shopping on Instagram is quickly becoming the preferred way for consumers to not only learn about new brands and products on Instagram, but also purchase them in just a few simple steps.
In fact, 80% of Instagram users follow a business account, making the expansion of shopping on Instagram more effective than ever for merchants to tag products in their posts and simplify the entire buyer journey from discovery to checkout.
From major brands to mom-and-pop shops, businesses around the world are driving proven results with Shopping on Instagram.
Getting started with Shopping on Instagram
First things first, in order to get started with selling your products on Instagram, make sure:
- Your business sells physical goods that comply with Instagram’s commerce policies.
- Your Instagram account is converted to a business profile.
- Your Instagram business profile is associated with a Facebook catalog. See this full guide from Instagram on creating your Facebook catalog with your Instagram business profile.
If you’re a Shopify merchant, here’s a complete rundown of everything you’ll need to get started.
Once you’ve taken care of the step-by-step details above, you should be all set to start selling your products on Instagram.
More Segment Of Shopify Later.