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Facebook Shops + Shipwire Integrations

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About Facebook Shops

Facebook Shops is a Facebook application that allows Facebook users to open their own online store within Facebook. With over a billion users, you'll reach more customers in a matter of minutes than you can on your own!

About Shipwire

Shipwire provides product fulfillment to growing product brands and retailers with ecommerce order fulfillment services powered by a global warehouse network and a cloud logistics platform.

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    Triggers
  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order occurred.

  • New Product

    Triggers when a new product occurred.

  • New Purchase Order

    Triggers when a new purchase order occurred.

  • New Receiving

    Triggers when a new receiving occurred.

  • New Return

    Triggers when a new return occurred.

  • New Vendor

    Triggers when a new vendor occurred.

  • New Warehouse

    Triggers when new warehouse occurred.

    Actions
  • Create Order

    Create a new order in shipwire.

  • Create Vendor

    Create a new vendor in shipwire.

  • Create Warehouse

    Creates a new warehouse in shipwire.

How Facebook Shops & Shipwire Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Facebook Shops as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Shipwire as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Facebook Shops to Shipwire.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Facebook Shops and Shipwire

Facebook Shops is a service for Facebook. Facebook users can have their own shops on Facebook and sell items to their friends on Facebook. Shipwire is a company that helps online stores to fulfill orders. Facebook Shops and Shipwire are integrated into one. The integration is free of charge.

Facebook Shops is a feature of Facebook that allows users to have their own shops on Facebook. Users can create their own stores, post their products, and update prices. They can also choose to be sellers or buyers. When they are sellers, other users can buy the products in the store. The store will show the status of the orders. Facebook Shops has several categories (e.g., “Home & Garden”, “Baby & Kids”, “Women’s Fashion”. Each category has many sub-categories (e.g., “Hair Care”, “Baby Care”, “Men’s Fashion”. So, users can easily find products they want to buy. Users can also create groups related to the product they sell (e.g., “Friends who love handmade goods”. Friends can join this group to get information about products shipped by the seller.

Facebook Shops has several features for sellers. First, sellers can manage their stores on Facebook Shops directly from their personal page on Facebook. Second, sellers can update prices through the mobile app so they do not need to use computer all the time to update prices. Third, sellers can create different shipping methods for different buyers. For example, if the order is less than $10, the seller might use USPS rather than UPS because it will be cheaper. Fourth, sellers can choose to ship items themselves or ship them with third parties like FedEx or UPS. Fifth, sellers can offer discounts when they are selling more than 10 items in one transaction. Sixth, when selling more than 10 items, each item in the same order will cost half price. Seventh, when selling more than 20 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost fourth price. Eighth, when selling more than 30 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost fifth price. Ninth, when selling more than 40 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost sixth price. Tenth, when selling more than 50 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost seventh price. Eleventh, when selling more than 60 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost eighth price. Twelfth, when selling more than 70 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost ninth price. Thirteenth, when selling more than 80 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost tenth price. Fourteenth, when selling more than 90 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost eleventh price. Fifteenth, when selling more than 100 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost twelfth price. Sixteenth, when selling more than 200 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost thirteenth price. Seventeenth, when selling more than 300 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost fourteenth price. Eighteenth, when selling more than 400 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost fifteenth price. Nineteenth, when selling more than 500 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost sixteenth price. Twentieth, when selling more than 600 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost seventeenth price. Twenty first, when selling more than 700 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost eighteenth price. Twenty second, when selling more than 800 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost nineteenth price. Twenty third, when selling more than 900 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost twentieth price. Twenty fourth, when selling more than 1000 items in one transaction, each item in the same order will cost twenty first price. Twenty fifth, sellers can protect their businesses by verifying their accounts with PayPal and Google Checkout and adding a phone number and physical address to their accounts. Facebook Shops also offers a feature called “Marketplace” that lets users buy and sell stuff with local businesses and people instead of friends and family members (Facebook Help Center. Marketplaces are places where people can buy and sell goods and services from people nearby (Facebook Help Center. Unfortunately, this feature is only available to US residents (Facebook Help Center. Users can also receive messages from other users interested buying or selling products (Facebook Help Center. Users who want to buy products from Facebook Shops can fplow these steps. First, search for a product they want to buy; second, click “Fplow”; third, like and comment on posts about that product; fourth, comment on that product; and fifth and lastly contact that seller (TechCrunch. To contact that seller the user should send the seller a message saying what he or she wants to buy (TechCrunch. When they are sellers users can do these things. First, create an account; second, choose a category; third, choose a sub-category; fourth and lastly post products (TechCrunch. To post products users should fplow these steps. First, go to their profile page; second select “My Store” at the bottom left corner of their profile page; third fill up all needed information about the product; fourth preview their product; fifth decide whether to share it with friends or not; sixth decide how much quantity they want to sell; seventh decide whether they want to choose an image for that product or let Facebook select one for them; eight decide how much that product costs; ninth decide whether they want to let others see how many quantity are left; tenth decide whether they want to tell customers where they are located via maps; eleventh decide whether they want to let other users know which other product might be related to this product; twelfth decide whether they want to use their own shipping method or let Facebook choose one for them; thirteenth decide whether they want other users know if other users comment on this product; fourteenth decide whether they want other users know if other users like this product; fifteenth decide whether they want other users know if anyone comments on this product; sixteenth decide whether they want other users know if anyone likes this product; seventeenth decide whether they want other users know if other users comment on other users comments about this product; eighteenth decide whether they want other users know if other users like other users comments about this product; nineteenth decide whether they want other users know if other users comment on other users comments about this product; twentieth decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; twenty first decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; twenty second decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; twenty third decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; twenty fourth decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; twenty fifth decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; twenty sixth decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; twenty seventh decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; twenty eighth decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; twenty ninth decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; thirtieth decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; thirty first decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; thirty second decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; thirty third decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; thirty fourth decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; thirty fifth decide whether they want other users know if others comment on others comments about this product; thirty sixth decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; thirty seventh decide whether they want other users know if others like others comments about this product; thirty eighth decide whether they want other users know if anyone comments on this product; thirty ninth decide whether they want other users know if anyone likes this product; fortieth decide whether they want other users know if anyone comments on someone else’s comment about this product; forty first decide whether they want other users know if anyone likes someone else

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