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Social Commerce, sometimes abbreviated as "s-ecommerce”, or social selling is fairly new. It was born around the time advertising crept into your Facebook newsfeed and uses peer-to-peer communication to drive sales.
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Social Commerce: Does it work, or not?

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WEST CHESTER, Pa., Sept. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --QVC, the global leader in video and ecommerce retail, announced today the launch of its new social shopping platform, toGatherTM, available at gather.qvc.com.
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QVC Launches New Social Commerce Platform, toGather

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Are You Taking Advantage of Social Commerce Psychology?
More than 80% of people receive advice about something they want or need from their family or friends.
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Social Proof and 5 Other Social Commerce Techniques

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Facebook’s more than one billion active users equal an enormous captive and potentially lucrative audience for entrepreneurs.  The promise of commerce on the platform, however, has been hindered by Facebook’s flawed and thankfully now defunct...
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Facebook Payments and the Rise of Social Commerce

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Is 'Social Commerce' finally taking off?
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Last month's $6 million investment in Chirpify, an Oregon based outfit of 13 employees is an example of the seeming renewed interest in social commerce solutions in the last year.
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Is 'Social Commerce' finally taking off? - Fourth Source

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British home improvement store Homebase is boosting its social cred by teaming up with Buyapowa to offer customers the opportunity to team up to purchase products at a reduced price.
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Social commerce spotlight: Homebase goes after social co-buying market

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Crayvit Launches Evolution Of Social Commerce, Puts Gift Recipients In Driver’s Seat | Crowdfunding Guide http://t.co/nWkAIBVU6n
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Crayvit Launches Evolution Of Social Commerce

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Four Years And $50 Million Later, Has OpenSky Cracked The Code For Social ...
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Four Years And $50 Million Later, Has OpenSky Cracked The Code For Social Commerce?
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These tools actually make analytics interesting. An impossibly boring part of social commerce that never inspired much excitement before tamed by supertools.
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7 Social Commerce Analytics Tools for Small Businesses

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Presentation given at the imh e-commerce conference in Nicosia, Cyprus on March 14th, 2013

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Social commerce has been around in various forms for a while - so is a purer form set to be the next big thing? We look at the case for social media commerce.
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Why Social Commerce Is The Next Big Thing?

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Social commerce is still a young category, with room for new formats and innovations that might bring the worlds of social media and e-commerce into closer synergy. Facebook and Pinterest may be the biggest players in ...
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Social Commerce Photo Apps

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Monetizing social media matters. How can retailers, advertisers and tech companies turn social media into social sales? You could hire a head of social commerce, just as Twitter has done this week, appointing former ...
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Speed Summary: The Social Commerce Handbook – 20 Rules for Turning Social Media into Social Sales
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once left for dead, social commerce is on the rise as brands have learned that they must provide a social experience and not just adapt .com approaches.
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Social Commerce Rises from the Dead

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Don Dea's curator insight, September 7, 2013 1:27 AM

Users have become more comfortable releasing their data to brands in exchange for value. A 2012 study by Accenture found that 61% of online shoppers would be willing to give up data for personally relevant offers; 75% of online shoppers preferred retailers that use personal information to improve the shopping experience.

Which social networks deliver results? Data shows companies thrive with a mix of text and visual content to drive cross-platform conversions.
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Brands Pinning & Tweeting to Social Commerce Success

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This Israeli startup makes websites available on mobile devices without the irritating need to zoom in and out.
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Startup of the week / Zuznow, bringing the Web to your phone

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Nextpeer, an Israeli startup that’s looking to make every mobile game multiplayer-enabled, is landing on Android after racking up about 10 million monthly actives in its network on iOS.
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Nextpeer, Which Brings Multiplayer Mode To Mobile Games, Comes To Android

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Controlling the transparency of windows with a touch is no longer science fiction: Meet smart glass and Gauzy, the startup behind it.
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Israeli Startup Shatters the Way We Look at - and Through - Glass

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The giant exits of 2013 don’t mean that Israeli high-tech is creating many jobs, benefiting local investors or generating much added value for the economy.
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Startup Nation is Growing Up, but It Is Not Maturing with the Years

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This post by Avi Schneider was originally published by Israeli tech blog Geektime.
It’s a crazy noisy world out there today, and trust me, no one’s more aware of this reality than the ad world.
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9 Israeli Startups Ready to Rock the Advertising World

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Will online shopping be even more gratifying if you know your purchases double as donations?
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Inspired by Toms, Israeli startup pairs socially conscious consumers and merchants

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'Silicon Wadi,' the high-tech startup mecca in Israel offers valuable lessons about what it takes to start and run your own business. Here are three key takeaways.
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The Secret to Israel's Startup Success

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Nathan Hubbard, a Ticketmaster and Live Nation executive mainstay until earlier this month, is set to become Twitter's first head of commerce, as the social site aims to increase its e-commerce activity.
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Twitter Taps Former Ticketmaster Chief to Build Social Commerce

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With more than 700 early-stage startups, and as many as 5,000 overall, it's no surprise that Tel Aviv has been ranked second only to Silicon Valley in terms of being a leading tech epicenter.
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10 Impressive Tel Aviv Tech Startups

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Yoav Leitersdorf isn't trying to build a Silicon Valley in Israel. His goal is to bring the best of Israel to the U.S.
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VC Firm Raises $27.5 Million to Help Israeli Startups Break Into the U.S.

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