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Social Commerce PLR Lead Magnet Kit

How Would You Like To Own Your Social Commerce PLR Lead Magnet Kit with a Ready-to-go Squeeze Page So You Can Start Building Your List In The Social Commerce Niche?

This Is Your Chance To Grab A Completely Done-For-You Social Commerce PLR Lead Magnet Kit That You Can Set and Start Sending Traffic To Build Your Biggest Business Asset…Your Email List!

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Social Commerce PLR Lead Magnet Kit

A High-Quality Lead Magnet With Private Label Rights Consisting of 3176 words that include a done-for-you HTML Squeeze Page and 7 Ready-to-go Autoresponder Follow-up Emails.

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Table of Contents

Introduction……………………………………………………………… 5

Social Commerce Marketing Strategies………………………… 9

Choosing the Right Platform……………………………………… 19

Streamlining the Customer Experience………………………. 24

6 Tips for Effective Social Commerce………………………….. 27

Resources………………………………………………………………… 31

Sample Of The Content Inside The Social Commerce PLR Lead Magnet Report:

Introduction

As online shopping becomes increasingly popular, retail brands are looking at ways they can better connect with their audiences and improve the buying experience – and social media is the clear winning strategy.

A recent report from Accenture predicts that social commerce is going to shoot up three times faster than traditional e-commerce, from around $492 billion (worldwide) in 2021 to around $1.2 trillion by 2025.

Social commerce sales in America are expected to reach $45.74 billion in 2022 alone!

But what exactly is social commerce and why is it becoming so popular?

And more importantly, how can your company jump on the bandwagon and leverage the power of social commerce?

Social commerce is when your shopping experience occurs directly within a social media platform, or when you click a link in your social media platform and are directed to the retailer’s product page for an immediate purchase.

Here are some examples of successful social commerce campaigns:

  • Domino’s Pizza accepting orders with automated Facebook Messenger flow,
  • Mac Cosmetics’ shoppable AR Lense on Snapchat,
  • Gap using Instagram Guides for curated shopping lists,
  • Nike using Product Pins on Pinterest,
  • Best Buy’s Canada’s Shop Tab on Facebook.

Between 2020 and 2021, according to Statista, “social media users increased from 223 million to 295 million in the U.S.—a figure equivalent to three quarters of the population.” The upward trend is predicted to continue, also.

So, it should come as no surprise how profitable social commerce can be, and how it could help you grow or expand your business.

Social commerce lowers friction in your customer’s journey and lets you engage with them on the social media platforms where they’re already spending a lot of their time.

With machine learning and artificial intelligence, your business can obtain real-time information on customer behavior and turn that into practical insights you can put into action to increase your bottom line.

Online shopping has been changing with more and more people using their smartphones and spending hours a day on social media.

Today, these platforms already give customers most, if not all, the information they are looking for to research, compare, and eventually choose which products they’d like to purchase, or what brands they wish to follow.

And because they no longer have to leave a platform to further research, they can browse and compare prices on their favorite social media platform, then make the purchase on that same platform instead of having to navigate to the company’s website.

Here are five basic types of social commerce you can try:

  • Marketplace sales (peer-to-peer), as in Facebook marketplace, eBay, Craigslist, etc.
  • Native social media shopping, as in Facebook and Instagram Shops.
  • Curated shopping lists on Pinterest.
  • Live shopping events, as on Facebook Live.
  • Shoppable AR filters, as in shoppable lenses on Snapchat.

If you make it easy for your audience to purchase without leaving their favorite platform, you’ll reduce your risk of abandoned carts.

In other words, maximum conversion rates!

Social Commerce Marketing Strategies

Of course, no single strategy is going to work for every brand out there. A social shopping experience for leisure wear is going to differ greatly from a campaign for electronics.

However, as Insider Intelligence states, “all brands can utilize influencers, consumer calls to action, and user generated content, to successfully compete in the social commerce market.”

You’ve probably seen social commerce calls to action yourself. “Swipe to purchase” or “Store link in comments” have become common on social media platforms, both urging you to buy the items or services you see advertised in your newsfeed.

Social commerce is all about simplifying the buying process and providing an improved shopping experience.

User-generated content has also become more important for businesses, with hashtag challenges and TikTok videos on the rise.

“This viewer-friendly content,” says Insider Intelligence, “combined with an appropriate call to action, has been a boon for advertisers and marketers alike.”

You could create your own company hashtag challenge, for example, or offer a reward for any customer who posts a video showing them using your product.

Here are some strategies you can use in your business to improve your social commerce marketing campaigns:

Know Your Customers:

Your marketing campaign’s success will hinge on your ability to understand shoppers’ behaviors and adjust your company strategies to create the best shopping experience for your customers no matter where they are.

This means investing time in getting to know your target audience and then creating a social commerce campaign on the platforms they frequent most often.

Invest in the Right Channels:

The better you know your customers, the better you’ll be able to aim at the correct channels to best utilize your marketing resources.

The social platform that serves your business best will vary depending on what you’re selling.

For example, clothing sells particularly well on platforms like Instagram, while gadgets and other tech-based products would likely sell better on Facebook or twitter.

Keep on Optimizing:

As new social platforms emerge and your customers’ behaviors evolve, so must your social commerce strategies.

Just because one channel has been working well doesn’t mean it will continue to do so years from now. Today’s business owner has more consumer data at their fingertips than ever before, but it’s often a challenge to make sense of everything so you can stay one step ahead of the competition.

A good analytics platform or tool can help you efficiently utilize the information so you’re better positioned. You can check your social media analytics to see where most engagement is coming from, or you could also simply survey your audience.

Create Seamless and Shorter Paths to Purchase:

When it comes to online shopping, convenience is key.

Social Media Today says, “Brands that can craft an end-to-end purchase process, with as few frictionless steps as possible—across all key channels—will be the ones who most effectively connect with and convert browsers into consumers.”

This means you’ll need “a seamless, omni-channel social commerce approach” which is backed by your customer information and insights.

This can include things like shoppable social feeds, leveraging social checkout features, creating e-commerce, and integrating their online and in-store experiences.

You’ll also be getting a high-converting squeeze page that you can use to build your list!

Screenshot of the HTML Squeeze Page Included:

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You’ll also be getting 7 done-for-you PLR follow-up emails that you can pop into your Autoresponder and start sending to your new subscribers immediately after they join your email list!

Sample of these Social Commerce PLR follow-up Autoresponder Messages:

Subject: Build An Exceptional E-Commerce Customer Experience

Hi there!

This week we’re looking at social commerce and how to use it
to improve and grow your business.

Today, we’ll talk about building an exceptional eCommerce
customer experience.

  1. Focus on your audience.

You need to narrow your audience down. Create a customer
profile based on the demographics, psychographics, buying
patterns, and other factors of your actual customer base.

Then, target your marketing toward that persona’s needs and
motivations.

This will focus your marketing, making it far more effective
than taking a more general approach.

  1. Pick your platforms and optimize for them.

You’re not going to be able to maintain an active presence
on every single social media platform.

Your social media manager will be overwhelmed and your
efforts will be ineffective.

Instead, analyze your customer profile and decide which
platform(s) are best for engaging that target audience.

Once you’ve made that decision, you can optimize your
content for that specific platform so you’ll get far more
engagement.

For example, you’ll need vivid, compelling images for Instagram
and witty, informative threads for Twitter.

  1. Create and share content.

You’ll need to publish content that’s short and entertaining
(or informative). That way, you’ll be sure of getting social
media engagement.

Over time, you’ll have something that will “go viral” and
bring tons of traffic to your website, so be sure the site is
up to par.

One easy trick is to continually tweak your content strategy
so it’s aligned with topical issues.

  1. Promote user-generated content.

The average Joe trusts his friends more than a company, no
matter how loyal they may be to that brand.

Take advantage of this by encouraging your customers to post
content on their favorite social media platform that validates
and promotes your products or services.

It can be as simple as posting a photo of themselves using
your product.

  1. Provide stellar customer service.

Positive reviews are great, but people love to complain, and
they’re likely to do so via social media if they’ve had an
unsatisfactory experience with your products or services.

The answer is to be ready to engage with these people and to
find a fix for their issue in a timely manner.

Give them the chance for feedback, resolve any concerns they
have, and encourage them to share their thoughts on their chosen
platform.

In our next email, we’ll talk about succeeding with e-commerce
personalization.

Until then,

[Your Name Here]

These 7 digital agency PLR emails have a total word count of 3176 Words

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Package Details:

– 1 Lead Magnet Report (PDF, DOC),
Report Word Count: 3684 words

– 7 Part Autoresponder Email Messages (TXT)
Autoresponder Email Messages Word Count: 3176 Words

– 1 Squeeze Page (HTML)

File Size: 4.3 MB

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[YES] Can be sold

[YES] Can be used for personal use

[YES] Can be packaged with other products

[YES] Can modify/change the sales letter

[YES] Can modify/change the main product

[YES] Can modify/change the graphics and ecover

[YES] Can be added into paid membership websites

[YES] Can put your name on the sales letter

[YES] Can be offered as a bonus

[YES] Can be used to build a list

[YES] Can print/publish offline

[YES] You Can Rebrand, Rename, Redesign The Product and Create New Graphics to Call It Your Own.

[YES] You Can Add This Product to a Membership Site or Bundled Within a Product Package as a Bonus.

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1 – You CANNOT sell this product as your own PLR or in your PLR store.

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3 – You CANNOT sell this product with a PLR, MRR or Resell Rights License.

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