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When Facebook makes you an ecommerce merchant, it’s a big deal

On September 10, 2017, Facebook introduced ecommerce as a new category on the social networking site.

While ecommerce is becoming more common on other social networks, Facebook’s ecommerce push has the potential to become more widespread.

In a recent article, Facebook said that ecommerce accounts for $5 billion in revenue annually for its $1 billion global business.

For the company, this means that e-commerce accounts should account for a significant portion of the $5.9 billion that it spends on advertising on Facebook each year.

But how does ecommerce work?

How do you purchase products online?

How much do they cost?

And what are the logistics involved?

That’s where the social marketing world can help you out.

Ecommerce is a growing business in many industries, from e-mail to online stores.

Facebook is betting that its social marketing platform, which has over two billion monthly active users, will help it to reach more people with the right kind of products.

And that’s exactly what the company is doing.

It all started with a Facebook page for e-bay, which Facebook purchased in 2016 for $2 billion.

This page was used to sell goods and services on the site.

It quickly became a way for people to find and buy goods and help others with their online shopping needs.

It also helped Facebook gain a foothold in a new space: ecommerce.

The social network had its own ecommerce store, but it only offered a small number of products at the time.

Facebook launched its ecommerce platform in 2014, but in 2016 it launched its Facebook Marketplace, which offered more than 500,000 products and services.

The Marketplace is now worth more than $50 billion.

Facebook’s e-Commerce platform is still in beta.

But the company has been able to get the right mix of products and service types into ecommerce, said Matt Schindler, an analyst at eMarketer.

This is a good thing for a lot of people, he said.

What is Facebook doing to boost its e-Cards?

Facebook is also expanding its role in the e-banking space.

Facebook recently announced that it will start accepting e-cards for purchases.

For people who use their Facebook accounts to make purchases, e-cards are a convenient way to make payments.

In 2017, the company introduced e-credit cards, which can be used on mobile devices and online stores, as well as online grocery stores.

But e-Card fees can vary widely, depending on how many people you want to send a card to and how many cards you want in total.

The company has also been working on a new way to manage its user profiles.

The Facebook Profile is a centralized place where people can keep track of their shopping preferences.

Users can set their profile to restrict what they see and how they shop, or set their privacy settings to limit how they can see and shop with others.

Users also have the option to opt-in to tracking.

The social networking giant is also working to integrate its payment processor with Facebook’s platform, Schindlers said.

And the company recently opened up the option for people who sign up for its Facebook Pay to get a credit card on Facebook.

Why does Facebook think its eCommerce platform can grow to be a major part of e-business?

It’s an extremely diverse space, which means that Facebook needs to keep a wide variety of products on its platform, said David Ebershoff, an e-trade expert and senior vice president at the eCommerce consulting firm eMarket Group.

Facebook has an extremely active user base.

There are more than two billion active users on Facebook and its platforms, Schockler said.

People also spend a lot on their Facebook profiles, and that money is a huge chunk of Facebook’s revenue.

In addition, there’s a lot more competition online.

Google’s eCommerce business is expanding faster than Amazon’s e.

“They’re starting to see e-markets, but Facebook has had a massive amount of success,” Schinders said.

“It’s a good bet that this will continue to grow.”

What do you think about Facebook’s decision to introduce ecommerce?

Have you used ecommerce before?

Do you think it’s going to grow as a major player in e- commerce?

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