To help businesses and merchants facing the epidemic, Facebook has launched an online shop service. Under this new facility, shoppers will be able to create their own shops on Facebook and Instagram and will be able to decorate their items and goods in their own way. Presence and be able to sustain themselves in the current situation. The company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in live streaming that Mahama Minister would be important to expand the e-commerce to start rebuilding the economy in this round.
He said, 'If you can't physically open your store or restaurant, you can still take orders online and send them to people.' Facebook said merchants would be free to build their own online shops, This can create significant new business opportunities for Facebook in payments and other services. Businesses will be able to purchase advertisements for their shops and will charge them when people use Facebook's checkout option. Zuckerberg said shops can be found on businesses' Facebook pages and Instagram profiles, and they also appear in stories. Can be given or promoted in advertisements.
Items made available for a business will appear within the shop, and users can save or place items. Business can handle customer support issues via Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp. Eventually, the company plans to browse the store catalogue and shop directly from the chat window. It also plans to enable purchases from the live stream, allowing brands and manufacturers to tag items from their Facebook catalogue, so that they appear at the bottom of the live video.