If Facebook thought that its new Marketplace app might be immune of the kind of scams and fraud that have plagued more established buy-and-sell sites, such as Craigslist and Kijiji, over the years, the last few months have proved decidedly otherwise.
Hellomarket.com, a fast-growing horizontal in South Korea, got an overwhelming response to its video-listing service called HelloTalk, which was introduced as a first for the classified industry two months ago, reported Economic Review.
Even if you don't shop on Facebook, it might be worth keeping your Facebook profile just for the jobs feature, if a video on Lifehacker.com is anything to go by.
Facebook has made it official: the jobs functionality the company hinted back in November 2016, is now live in the U.S. and Canada. It includes a job tab and the ability to receive job applications via Facebook Messenger.
Hellomarket (Hellomarket.com), a leading stuff marketplace in South Korea, announced multiple-time growth in its transaction values, and listings and lengthening user sessions of its app in the past year.
EcommerceBytes asked 10,000 online sellers to rate the buy-and-sell marketplaces. Facebook came in 10th (out of 10 listed).
Canadians have taken to Facebook Marketplace in a big way.
Patriot List is our latest "Yet Another Craigslist Wannabe," focusing on veterans and first responders.
Being able to check out a potential seller or buyer’s Facebook page as a reference seems to make business easier on FB’s new Marketplace app, according to an article on Thrillist.com that you can read here. “By comparison, Craigslist is the Wild Wild West,” said the article. The author, who sells cars on FB Marketplace, doesn’t present hard numbers showing that Craigslist is about to...
Payments via Facebook Messenger have come to Europe, bringing closer the possibility that online payments will soon become part of Facebook Marketplace. An e-money license in Ireland has now crossed over to Spain via the EU's reciprocal EU agreements.