At the shopping mall.
Shopping malls started up over a hundred years ago, and were based off a very simple premise. Build one central location, where everybody would want to go and shop, eat and hang out – and of course, spend money. Shopping malls and outlets, became central to our life and culture. Slowly but surely, shopping malls and outlets became much more than a place to shop; it was a place to meet friends, catch a movie, buy gifts, shop for food, clothes, furniture, have a manicure – everything. Shops opened in these centers as they realised that there wasn’t much point in opening elsewhere – it was much easier to set up a shop where their potential customers were already visiting, and instead of working hard to get people to come to their shop, they already had a steady steam of potential customers walking past their door every single day.
Why would the Internet be any different? Sure, you can set up your own website, but even backed with SEO and pay fortune on adwords, you have a hard time driving traffic to your site, just like those shops that were set up in small side streets. It’s far easier to set up shop in the shopping mall, that everyone goes to. By everyone, of course, we are talking about the half a BILLION people that spend at least three hours a day. And by shopping mall, we mean Facebook.
It gets even better, as they hang out with their friends (because they are there too). And you know how much we love to see what our friends buy or do, or what’s the latest fashion trend – with Facebook it’s sort of built in. Travelling time? Doesn’t matter. Weather? Who cares? Facebook has become the largest shopping mall, and EVERY shop wants to be there.
“But hang on,” I can hear you saying, “I’ve already invested time and money into my own website, and I don’t want to waste more effort getting onto Facebook!”. Well, as luck would have it, now you can import your entire website into Facebook with just 3 clicks. and join the largest mall in minutes.. Yes – we’ve really made it that simple. Webees does all of the heavy lifting for you.
Just enter your site’s URL, choose the social add-ons that you want to use, and presto! Your site is on Facebook, just like it looks on your homepage. Only now, everyone on Facebook can see it, like it, and tell their friends!