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Social Commerce: what it is and what it ain't

We're on a mission to find great examples of real social commerce: where customers are able to choose their own deals, influence suppliers & retailers and use the power of their networks to access exclusives. We're also on a mission to point of the emperor's dangly bits, sites which claim the term 'Social Commerce' but are really little more than social links to trad ecommerce sites. This is a collaborative board, so let us know if you'd like to pin - we'd love you to get involved.
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With Co-buys the more people who buy, the better the price becomes for EVERYONE. Whoever brings the most other people into a Co-buy gets their product for free! Co-buys only last a short time, and stock is limited, so sign-up for alerts so you don't miss out. In fact, the more people who sign up for alerts, the bigger and better we'll make the Co-buys. Tell us which products you'd like to see in a Co-buy and we'll make popular requests happen.

Tesco Wine Co-buys

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Moontoast do things in Facebook which make blah apps like comps & polls look like the relics they are. Will it catch on?

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Peer to peer insurance? It's a great *idea*, that's for sure... "Why can't you just put money to one side so when you need it, it's there? We get rid of the insurance company and allow you to manage your own insurance, with your friends and family."

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Upcoming Co-buy for a Viña Pomal Centenario Crianza, 2009 via Tesco Wine By The Case. The more people who take part, the cheaper it gets for *everyone*. Interested? Sign up for an alert now to make sure you don't miss out.

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Chirpify lets you buy products just by tweeting. It's a great idea - and they pioneered this waaaay ahead of AmEx - but we're not sure it's seeing the traction it probably deserves. What do you reckon?

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We’ve only just begun to scratch the surface of social’s potential. How do we know that? Because it’s happened before – with the birth of e-commerce...

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Are you actually doing social commerce? Five simple tests. - buyapowa

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Daily deals: why they need to die… and STAY dead!

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