Fad or Fabulous? 4 Social Media Apps for NetSuite Commerce Marketers

There's never a shortage of new social media apps coming out each year. It can be overwhelming to keep up with the new crop of platforms and then deciding if they're appropriate for your business. We've pinpointed four apps that your business should consider trying.

There’s never a shortage of social media apps to integrate with your NetSuite Commerce business. It can be overwhelming to keep up with the new crop of platforms and decide if they’re appropriate for your eCommerce. We’ve pinpointed four social media apps you should consider trying out.

1. WhatsApp Business

You’ve probably heard of WhatsApp, the widely used messaging app with more than 2 billion users worldwide. WhatsApp Business is an extension of its messaging platform and enables organizations to communicate directly with customers.

For example, if you have a customer that holds lots of business events during the year, their staff most likely uses WhatsApp messaging to communicate before, during, and event production. If you offer a service or product to their business needs, WhatsApp Business could be a solid fit for you. WhatsApp is already a popular app, so the business version is primed to follow in its footsteps.

2. Tagwin

If your business has an active presence on Instagram, this newer app may be what you need to propel your commerce to the next level. It helps you run web-based Instagram contests to grow your business. You can promote a specific hashtag for brand awareness or conduct a contest to increase followers for more marketable territory.

Most importantly, you can test this app with your first contest free! From there, find an affordable monthly fee that can show your business a return on engagement if you selected Instagram as the place to showcase your products or services.

3. Adioma

Finally, an infographic app that businesses need and are user friendly. Adioma is perfect for businesses that may be tight on or doesn’t have in-house graphic design resources. The feature we like the most is that the app adapts its infographic design to the data you want to market.

Therefore, if you like using infographics to attract users to your sites and other content platforms, Adioma may be a solid fit for your visual and data marketing needs.

4. Vero

Lastly, Vero was created exclusively for a user’s experience with all the changes continually happening on mainstream platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Since user experience is key to attracting and keeping customers, Vero is quickly catching on with a growing user base. Your business may find this app to be a new avenue to market your business.

Contact our NetSuite Commerce experts today for advice on the best social media apps for your business.

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