Posts Tagged: "social media"

Nordic Startup Bits feature Showmybuy

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Showmybuy is featured on Nordic Startup Bits, a news site focusing on the most interesting from the tech- and start up world in the nordic region. The article tells the whole story behind Showmybuy and explains why we believe Social Marketing is here to stay and why Showmybuy is a win-win deal for everyone! Check…

Functionality updates! Showmybuy now launches Flyout Before Purchase and Vouchers

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We’re now launching two functionality updates that all webshops can benefit from. Firstly, the flyout with the offer to your customer can now be placed on several pages before payment, for example on your landing page or on pages with special offers, as well as after payment. Use the new function to match your customers’…

Showmybuy ingår partneravtal med Prestaworks

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Med det nya partneravtalet erbjuder Prestaworks Showmybuy till alla sina kunder. Prestaworks är en svensk webshop provider som arbetar med Prestashop-plattformen, som används i mer än 130 000 webshopar världen över. Vi på Showmybuy ser fram emot att hjälpa Prestaworks kunder att få ännu bättre fart på affärerna! Läs nyheten på Prestaworks sida.

Showmybuy enters partnership with Prestaworks

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Swedish webshop providers Prestaworks announced that they have entered a partnership with us, offering Showmybuy to all their customers. Prestaworks is a webshop provider offering solutions for Swedish webshops based on the Prestashop platform, used in more than 130 000 webshops today. Great news! We look forward to help Prestaworks customers boosting their business! Read…

Showmybuy opens office in London

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As Showmybuy is partnering up with Tradedoubler, and getting ready for international expansion, we are opening up a new office in London. E-commerce is booming in the UK, and we already have a number of interesting clients there, with more on the way in. Our office is at 12-14 Whitefield Street, fourth floor in central…

Showmybuy enters global partnership with Tradedoubler

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Great news! We have just entered a global partnership with Tradedoubler allowing them to promote Showmybuy’s services on a partner level. Tradedoubler is a highly successful performance marketing company, doing business in more than 40 countries with brands such as Expedia and CDON. Nils Lindhe, Regional Director, Nordics, Tradedoubler, about Showmybuy: “Initial tests show that…

Twitter boosts online sales

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We love twitter, and we all have our personal user patterns – we keep up with what’s happening, we get the latest news and of course we discuss, network and socialize. Twitter is also an excellent way to promote your business and have a relation with your customers. But did you know that Twitter is…

50 % of web sales from social media in 2015

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Mashable has put together a great infographic on just how fast business use is growing on Facebook. The numbers are staggering, for example they predict that social commerce will reach $30 billion by 2015, and today 36 % of users post brand-related content on their walls. And, that is without any reward, like we can offer….

Fyndiq runs Showmybuy

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Nice article on Swedish site Internetworld about the smart e-commerce site Fyndiq, that are just about to launch Showmybuy in their store. We are incredibly excited and are looking forward to boosting Fyndiq’s sales! Read the whole article here.

Customers say: “Better than advertising!”

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Wow! Swedish media and marketing daily Dagens Media ran a good article yesterday on current trends in social media, marketing and social shopping. They pinpoint word-of-mouth marketing in social media as the next big thing. 4 out of 5 (!) people in the article would consider showing what they bought to their friends in social…