Meet your buyers where they hang out.
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When you run an e-commerce, social media should be your ally, not a hurdle. Let’s get you the right tools – all in one place – and turn your profiles into your assets.
Go where your customers are. With NapoleonCat, you can make a genuine connection with them on social media – and turn them into loyal customers and brand advocates.
Running tons of ads for your products at the same time? Collect all of the comments and interactions in one place with your organic content (finally!) – Don’t worry about unwanted comments messing with your ad results again.
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Readline Steel is the largest customized steel manufacturer in the US. Using NapoleonCat, they have managed several Facebook and Instagram accounts and scaled their business as a result.
“We have enjoyed using NapoleonCat the past few years, especially the automation
feature. With over a billion ad impressions, we can easily keep up with the comments,
filter them, or auto-assign to management staff based on specified triggers.”
Colin Wayne, CEO, Redline Steel
For your customers, your social profiles are an extension of your brand. Reduce the time it takes for you to manually reply – from a “full-time job” to just a few hours a week.
Back up your business intuition with hard data to know what sales channels bring the most ROI, and don’t waste your resources for what’s never going to work.
Manage your Google My Business content and reviews from one dashboard – without the headache of having to spend hours manually managing them for each of your locations.
See how you can manage Google My Business with NapoleonCat ➞
Facebook commerce is the option to sell your products via the platform, including setting up your store directly on the platform and supporting your sales with targeted paid ads.
Instagram commerce is a way to sell your products on Instagram, integrated with your Facebook shop and supported with a robust ad network.
Here are some ways you can use Instagram for e-commerce. And this post lists some helpful e-commerce marketing tools for the platform.
If you have an online store, promoting your products on social media is essential. Depending on where your customers hang out the most (e.g., are they more likely to use Instagram or Facebook, or maybe both?), you can promote your brand by:
There’s no single strategy that will work for everyone – a lot will depend on what you’re selling and who your target audience is. Some ideas may include:
Depending on your products and your audience, focus on what works best for your business. Here are some hints:
Facebook for e-commerce
Read more about Facebook tools available in NapoleonCat.
Instagram for e-commerce
LinkedIn for e-commerce
Google My Business