1. It takes a few minutes to set up and start selling products online
Just like building a Facebook account, you can create an elegant and slick Facebook store in a matter of minutes without having web design skills. You don’t even have to worry about hosting your store. Facebook does that for you.
2. Selling products online using Facebook store is safe
One of the most important factors customers consider before choosing an online store to shop on is the security of their private information. Let’s admit it; in this day and age, credit card information theft and identity theft are at their all-time high. Hackers are savvier than ever, and they can steal customers’ information if your e-commerce store isn’t secure enough. Facebook guarantees the security of your store as they deploy the best technology to keep hackers at bay. So with the Facebook store, buying and checking out process is safe.
3. You can buy and pay your items inside the Facebooks store
The Ecwid app is integrated into your Facebook store, which means customers can shop and pay for their products without leaving the store.
4. It’s absolutely free to create an online store on Facebook and start selling products online
Creating a Facebook store with Ecwid is totally free. You won’t have to worry about listing fee, monthly subscription fee or any other charges. Also, there is no limit to the number of products you can add to your store. The only cost you may incur is the taxes applicable to the products you’re selling.
5. Facebook allows you to sell products online, everywhere
Facebook enables you to add your Facebook store to numerous blogs, websites, including social media platforms and administer it all from a single place. That means customers from every part of the world can access your products. Any adjustments you make to your Facebook store is reflected in real-time across all platforms you’ve tethered it with.
6. Ready market to start selling products online
With more than 4 billion subscribers and 1 billion active users, the market is assured. Once your store is up and running, you can start sharing your products on Facebook groups and other social media pages like Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. Soon enough, customers will develop trust in your products and start buying them frequently.