Use a social wall to display powerful user-generated content which helps to promote your products, offer inspiration and increase your revenue.
Social media has a high impact on eCommerce
Over the last couple of years, social media has turned into a thriving marketing channel for eCommerce websites. 84% of online shoppers in the United States review at least one social media site before making a purchase. In addition, 80% of consumers have discovered a product they had an interest in buying on a social platform. Sources: Pew Research, Mediapost and Forbes.
Using a social wall on your eCommerce platform will help you drive engagement and create authenticity by displaying user-generated content. Additionally, a social feed keeps your website up-to-date with powerful social proof and the social media posts you already create.
Display a social wall in your office, cafeteria or production site. Give your employees insight into how your customers use the product and how much they love it. You can also use it for internal monitoring of mentions of your brand or specific terms or products.
Walls.io really cares about customer needs. When we brought up the idea of a social commerce button with the team, they were happy to implement it for us. Now we can focus our social wall on customer-generated content and also make sure it links back to our product pages, ideally increasing purchase conversions.
Yamaha Music London sells every instrument you can think of online. They embedded a social wall on every product page. On their walls, they display posts about how customers are using their product and mix it with their own social media posts. They engage with their customers and motivate them to engage by posting questions and little games.
IKEA Poland uses a social media feed to display authentic social media content from shoppers posted on Instagram or Twitter using the store’s official hashtags. The images serve as inspiration for other customers and communicate that you don’t need to be an interior designer to make your home look great with IKEA products.
The German audio equipment manufacturer has a social wall embedded on their website. They select the most amazing user-generated content posted with their hashtag and then link those posts to the corresponding products. Visitors see that other customers are satisfied with the brand and get to see the products in action.