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GoDaddy allows users to sell and set up shops through Instagram and Facebook integration

Tuesday 6 October 2020 12:48 CET | News

GoDaddy has announced it allows users to sell products and set up shops on Instagram and Facebook, as well as create shoppable posts, sync products, and integrate with Instagram Checkout.

According to Media Post, in late September 2020, the company also began allowing users to sell and fulfill orders on Amazon, Etsy, eBay, Walmart, and Jet.com from one dashboard. The ability for small and-medium-sized businesses to set up a website and build out an ecommerce integration with Facebook and Instagram is the latest addition to their offering.

Furthermore, through the integration, products added to a user's online store will sync to their Instagram and Facebook accounts, while updates to product information such as description, photos, price, and quantity also are synced automatically. Besides, thanks to the integration, customers are allowed to create Facebook Dynamic Ads.

Therefore, when the integration occurs through GoDaddy's Websites + Marketing Ecommerce, all orders funnel into one location, eliminating the need to log into each marketplace to check if items are sold daily and determine what needs to be restocked, Media Post reported.


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Keywords: GoDaddy, Instagram, Facebook, shoppable posts, Instagram Checkout, Amazon, Etsy, eBay, Walmart, Jet.com, ecommerce, online store
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