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From our Group CEO Visiting Indonesia Office, Global Social Commerce news, Indonesia B2B E-commerce market, Linkedin Poll Results to Commerce Answers. Unlock the latest e-commerce trends with aCommerce.
Group CEO Visiting Indonesia Office
Our Group CEO, Paul Srivorakul made a long-anticipated visit to the Indonesia office with warm greetings from Antonius Adang, CEO – aCommerce Indonesia and Darren Fifield, CCO – aCommerce Indonesia.
Paul was briefed on the major progress and achievements our team has made in the country during the pandemic.
Global Social Commerce Market to Hit $1.2 Trillion by 2025
By 2025, social commerce is expected to account for 17% of all ecommerce spending, or $1.2 trillion, growing two-and-a-half times from $492 billion. This trend is fueled by Gen Z and Millennial consumers, accounting for 62% of the spending.
How can your brand up its social commerce strategy? Click the link below to learn more.
EcommerceIQ – Week 19 Report: Top 10 Best-Selling Brands
How did your category perform in week 19? Check out EcommerceIQ Market Insights’ top 10 Report to find out more.
Indonesia B2B E-commerce Predicted to Hit $21.3b in 2023
Indonesia is boosting its MSMEs’ participation in public procurement, providing access to loans and mentoring. As a result, Indonesia’s B2B e-commerce is forecasted to grow to $21.3 billion in 2023 as the country adapts to technology and grows with digitalization.
Twitter Launches Tweet Replies Ads
Twitter took another step towards being a full-service social commerce platform by launching Tweet replies ads for mobile app install campaigns.
This new feature allows brands running app install campaigns on Twitter to tap into a new surface to scale their mobile app campaigns and reach people engaged in conversation.
Linkedin Poll Results – What is your favorite aspect about social commerce?
Last week we asked what is your favorite aspect of social commerce, and the results are in!
39% Seamless shopping experience
A seamless shopping experience is the most effective way to keep customers happy and loyal to brands as it helps build long-lasting relationships.
26% Responsive customer support
Responsive customer support creates positive impressions of your brand and leads to customers keep coming back and making referrals to others.
20% Seeing the products in action
Customers enjoy discovering, browsing, and seeing product comparisons on social media platforms. It allows them to see the product in action so they can determine the quality and usage.
16% Authentic reviews by peers
Shoppers prefer seeing user-generated content while shopping as authentic social and visual content is becoming a key factor in making a purchase decision.
aCommerce Answers – How e-commerce is affecting retail stores?
aCommerce Answers, our team of e-commerce experts answers the web’s most frequently asked questions.