How to create your shop on Facebook? – Here are the simple ways

Posted December 8, 2017 by Abhishek Pandey @ 3:58 am

Do you have buzzing business in your locality?

Want to take this business to high priority and multi-user base where you can maximize the potential to the fullest? Well, in that case, Facebook is the place you are looking for. Facebook has evolved in the recent decade as a fully-fledged business hub with a multi-billion user base. With such a huge number of traffic, it is certain to catch anyone’s attention. It is also notable that every Facebook user spends more than 30 minutes per day on the social site. While they are busy surfing their social life, why shouldn’t they be provided enough space to check out some of the products? This will help in user consideration at a place where all your customers remain connected probably

Many times, we get advised onto how we should move our product on Facebook but there is a great deal of information which we lack in the advice and which we are going to learn here. You can create the Facebook shop to enhance your F-commerce either directly through Facebook or through some special tools which not only would enhance your presence but will also help in the future consideration of the product base.

Step 1: Add a new section to Your Facebook Account

The first step would be to navigate to your Facebook Business Account where you have a business page and admin privilege. On the timeline below the cover photo to the right, there will be a button called ‘Add a Shop Section’. Click on the button to create the section there.

A pop-up page will come up which will ask you to Add shop section. You have to click the blue button to add the section by agreeing to the merchant terms and conditions. It is advisable to read the terms and conditions very carefully in order to understand it clearly.

Step 2: Set the Shop Details in the Shop Section

Once you click the Add Shop section, there will be another pop up coming out of there asking details about the business. Furnish your business email address and click on the box which will use the email for customer service inquiries. If you click on the box, any query regarding the shop will be directed directly to your email address. In the last columns, you will have to give your business address in complete totality.

Step 3: Payment Configuration

Facebook provides you with two options for collection of Payment received through it. The first option is to process the payment through the Facebook page to which the merchants often accept. The other option is to redirect the customers to another website like your own website for that purpose. Once you have configured that you would like to check the payment out through Facebook, you will be asked to set up the payment account.

The merchants from the US can set up their account through PayPal or Stripe as they are very common in the US. While the customers and Merchants from other regions can set up using methods like bank transfer or Cash on Delivery (COD) Mode. It will also ask about setting up your Payment System which you can do so by clicking to connect to an existing Stripe or PayPal account. If you don’t have one, you should first set up an account and start the configuration. Currently, Facebook has configured Stripe while PayPal option is still being rolled out.

Step 4: Finish the Shop Setup

Once the Payment option is configured, all you need to do is to click on the ‘Finish Setup’ button to complete the shop set up in order to complete filling in the rest of your business information. Once the steps get completed, the Facebook Shop will get activated for your business.

Step 5: Add a Product to your Facebook Shop

Having configured the payment and completed the information for your business, the Facebook shop has become life for your business. It is now the time to start selling. For that, you need to upload the product information for products that people can look at and consider buying. You can see a Shop tab on your Facebook business page. Click on this tab to start a pop up which will ask you to add a product. Follow the information in the box to add the product to your Facebook store.

Click on the Add photos button to insert the product image into the Facebook in order to reveal what would the product look like on the Facebook page. Also, write the product detail and other details if necessary.


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