Tag Archives: Commerce

Livby Launches Mobile Live Streaming Shopping App
December 15, 2016 Mobile Marketing, New Features, Retail Marketing , ,

Summary:

Livby is a new interactive mobile live streaming platform where brands can launch new products and offer exclusive sales to shoppers in a fun and engaging way.  Created as a direct line of communication for brands to tell their story, Livby enables users to discover, shop and connect directly with top brands in real time.

Function:

Mobile Marketing, Retail

From the Announcement:

“Livby enables brands and consumers to interact in a way like never before,” says CEO and founder Shai Sudry. “For the shopper, it’s an easy-to-use interface that enables them to engage with either new or favorite brands and to purchase on demand. For brands, we offer a new, easy and engaging format for them to interact with their customers. It’s a win-win for both parties.”
Link: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/livby-launches-the-first-mobile-live-streaming-shopping-app-300377106.html

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Social Media/e-Commerce Store Portal by Olapic
November 28, 2014 New Products , , , , ,

Product
Social Media/e-Commerce Store Portal by Olapic

Category
Social Media, Content Marketing, Commerce

Function
Customer Acquisition

Great For
Turning images shared on social platforms like Instagram and FB into store portals.

Suitable For
B2C, B2B, Agency, other

Overview
Lets brands share linked images on social media such as twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, FB, etc. and route consumers back to the brand’s product purchase page.

Three things to know:
  • Leverages the intensity of more authentic beyond-the-ad visual images to expedite customers’ movement through the marketing and sales funnel,
  • Accelerates the advantages of social discovery to drive sales,
  • Accomplished by linking the image to the brand rather than to the social site.

Pricing Structure
License model service

More information
http://www.olapic.com/

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn