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Facebook Shops is a Facebook application that allows Facebook users to open their own online store within Facebook. With over a billion users, you'll reach more customers in a matter of minutes than you can on your own!Facebook Shops Integrations
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Nimble is a mobile payment service that allows small businesses to accept credit cards and support mobile payments on their Facebook page. Nimble makes it easy for its customers to start accepting online payments in less than 2 minutes. The customer can sign up and choose the payment methods he or she would like to accept, and Nimble will provide a free point-of-sale software for processing transactions.
Facebook is a social networking site where users can create a profile, upload photos and share information with friends and family. Facebook also allows users to connect with businesses and companies by creating fan pages. It was founded on Feb. 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg and his roommates at Harvard University. In 2006, Facebook opened to anyone with a valid email address. In 2007, it reached 100 million users. As of May 2011, Facebook has more than 750 million active users worldwide.
Facebook Shops is a new feature launched by Facebook that allows users to shop directly from the social network’s website. The feature allows Facebook fans to browse items for sale on their favorite brand’s or store’s fan page and then purchase the items directly from the page. Once an item has been purchased, the user will receive a notification that includes a link that allows him or her to track the order status.
Nimble provides a spution for small businesses to integrate their Facebook pages with their point-of-sale software, allowing them to accept payments via mobile devices directly from their Facebook fan page. Nimble stores credit card information securely in its data center, which takes advantage of PCI Data Security Standards compliance. Small businesses will be able to charge more than one credit card for each transaction through Nimble. Customers can pay using either their credit card or PayPal account. They will be able to check out using their existing Nimble payment method, such as checking out through their smartphone or iPad. This will greatly improve the user experience because they are not required to enter any additional information, such as billing address or credit card number, when they want to make purchases via Facebook. They just have to go back and forth between Nimble and Facebook while making purchases.
Nimble provides an integrated checkout experience for small businesses that sell on Facebook or other e-commerce platforms. Small businesses can check whether they want their customers to pay through PayPal or credit cards before starting the checkout process because Nimble supports both options. If they choose credit cards, they can get started within minutes by adding a few pieces of information about their business and getting started with their free trial (which lasts 30 days. Then they can start accepting credit card payments with Nimble from their Facebook fan page instantly using a point-of-sale system available in a smartphone app or via a web browser. Because Nimble offers both services for free and does not require any hardware or software installation, small businesses save time and money by using Nimble instead of having to manage multiple payment systems and process payments in-house. In addition, Nimble provides small businesses with fraud detection tops that help them prevent fraudulent charges from being charged on their accounts.
When small business owners use Nimble to accept credit card payments on their Facebook fan pages, they can provide better customer experiences because they no longer need to send customers away from Facebook to buy products or services online. In addition, they can benefit from fraud detection tops provided by Nimble that protect them from fraudulent charges made by online criminals. Also, small businesses can use Nimble’s analytics tops to understand buyers’ behaviors and preferences so that they can make informed decisions about how much to charge for their products and services and how often to promote them on Facebook. Finally, they can use Nimble’s integration with other e-commerce platforms such as Shopify and Bigcommerce to maintain one centralized database for all their orders, inventory levels, etc., even if their products are spd on more than one platform.
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