When it comes to engaging consumers and selling products, services, social media’s reach and influence cannot be denied, and it does look as if Mark Zuckerberg’s (News - Alert) 2010 prediction that social commerce would be the “next to blow up” is coming true. No wonder then that FONU2, the social commerce company, is all agog at the upcoming launch of its revolutionary new service that combines social networking and social commerce.
In the midst of its beta test phase that’s expected to last six to eight weeks, FONU2, anticipating a successful public launch, is making an effort to promote its social commerce platform by adding strategic partners and social commerce affiliate marketing partners.
The combination of the FONU2 App, easy to use FONU2 Card and personal marketing pages via Facebook (News - Alert) is a powerful one as sellers can reach millions of Facebook users and their friends. Moreover the entire experience promises to be professional, seamless and hassle-free.
The FONU2 website, also available in iOS and Android (News - Alert) platforms, allows for a seamless social commerce experience across a multitude of electronic devices, and combines extreme social media management, campaigns, news feeds and more. It offers members a complete, world class secure business platform, where they can promote and start generating income immediately.
Computer and mobile users will thus be able to buy, sell, find jobs, post classifieds, list, trade services locally in any neighborhood, anywhere in the world, and members will have control to multiple public marketing page profiles. Transactions are paid with the FONU2 end-to-end mobile phone payment card system.
Thus FONU2 hopes to incentivize members, partners and affiliates by helping them create a new revenue stream for themselves. Those keen on seeing what the FONU2 website has to offer can sign up a beta-tester and also earn incentives and major discounts by helping to improve the website.
With the inexorable forward movement of social media, the imminent shift from e-commerce to s-commerce seems highly plausible.