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As part of Addoway's ongoing partnership with SaleHoo, their blog writer, Alice Delore, has agreed to share some of her experiences selling online.
 
As an Addoway member, your free blog that comes as
part of your membershi p provides you with a huge opportunity to truly connect with new customers, and engage your current ones to increase repeat sales. I’ve been blogging for SaleHoo.com for going on 2 years now, and I have an audience of around 75,000 readers (not to gloat or anything!) so in order to help you get maximum return on the time and effort you spend on your blog, I thought I would share some top tips with you!
 
Tip #1: Remember that web readers are lazy and short on time
 
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According to a study released in January 2011 from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research, 71% of companies used Facebook in 2010, up from 61% in 2009. Twitter, at 59% in 2010, and blogging, at 50%, is also still high on the list. Now I am quite sure that these statistics are not new to anyone. Ladies and gentlemen, your customers are online talking, sharing, meeting new friends and you should be out there doing the same. You should be alongside them building friendships and influence. I understand the process might seem daunting or you might even think you just have to get out there and start selling, but it’s not like this at all. Well it shouldn’t be like this if you want your time to be well spent.

I decided to put together a real simple 5 step approach that if followed...  Read More

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I just wanted to make sure everyone knew the differences between Facebook friends and friends-of-friends when they see them in the buyer dashboard selling products and/or services. It is an important topic to discuss, because your friends are your primary relationships on Facebook and your friends-of-friends are your secondary relationships on Facebook. Secondary relationships means your primary friends have their own friends and those friends are your friends-of-friends. Watch the video below to get a better understanding, so when you are using the buyer dashboard in My Addoway you will know the differences. And if you have any questions or comments just leave them in the comment field below.

 

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Addoway taps into Facebook's social graph to recommend merchants to you that your friends have bought from in the past, in addition to merchants your friends and friends-of-friends know personally.These features were created to help you feel more comfortable buying from merchants you have never bought from before by gaining recommendations from your friends, and also make it really easy for you to help your friends find great deals from people they can trust.

Come listen to Co-founder and CEO Fredrick Nijm discuss these cool new features and what they mean for buyers and sellers. Please feel free to leave your questions and comments below this video. Thank you.

 

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I had the privilege of guest blogging on ColderIce's blog over the weekend on Social Commerce and it's emergence over the years. 

Take a look if you haven't already and let me know what you think in the comment section below.

http://3rdpoblogs.com/colderice/2010/06/06/the-future-of-social-commerce/

Thank you, 

Fred



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