By Editor March 12, 2014

Submitted by: Ethan Chernofsky

Integration Allows Shopify Merchants to Bring E-Commerce Offerings to Social Media

 (March 11, 2014. Tel Aviv, Israel) – Easy Social Shop, a leading social commerce solution, announced today the launch of a new partnership with Shopify, the powerful e-commerce website solution. Shopify will offer the Easy Social Shop application in its app store, allowing Shopify merchants to easily build an effective and cohesive marketing and sales platform on social media.

Easy Social Shop is a social commerce mechanism that allows online merchants to import their e-commerce stores to a Facebook shop for free. The stores are helpful for SMBs looking to grow their business and sales by tapping into the power of social commerce for promotional and commercial purposes without any hassle.

Easy Social Shop hosts almost 100,000 shops, driving an average 10%-18% sales growth for its merchants overall. Easy Social Shop is simple to set up and enables transactions to occur on the original site itself, streamlining the sales and analytics process. Shops built through Easy Social Shop are customizable, can be translated into 7 different languages, allow cross-platform sharing across social media, and are seamlessly integrated with eBay, Etsy, Shopify, Amazon, Magento and other major e-commerce platforms.

“Every business and corporation has an e-commerce presence, and one of the biggest challenges for a small business is standing out,” said Nissim Lehyani, Easy Social Shop’s CEO and Co-Founder. “By helping businesses tap into the benefits of social media, Easy Social Shop enables the type of cross platform engagement that can level the playing field and give small business an amazing channel to new and existing markets.”

Shopify, an e-commerce store provider, powers more than 90,000 stores and has thus far enabled its merchants to sell over $3 billion of merchandise. By offering the Easy Social Shop app on the app store, Shopify continues to stimulate the growth and success of its user-base. Both Easy Social Shop and Shopify have developed user-friendly platforms that offer extensive and versatile capabilities without requiring coding experience.

“Shopify provides SMBs with an e-commerce presence that can help transform them into successful companies,” said Ofir Tahor, CTO and Co-Founder of Easy Social Shop. “They are a natural partner for us since we, too, are committed to helping SMBs take advantage of existing technology to spur further success through solutions that are simple, effective, and offer great functionality.”

About Easy Social Shop

Easy Social Shop is a leading Facebook commerce solution allowing online merchants to create a comprehensive social media sales presence. The company’s platform ha slamost 100,000 merchants, hosts over 8 million items and is available in 7 languages. Easy Social Shop is designed to maximize a company’s social media presence to drive sales, boost awareness and help SMBs reach new markets and consumers. The company launched in 2011 and was founded by CEO Nissim Lehyani and CTO Ofir Tahor.


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