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How To Add Products To Facebook Shop Page
Have you been finding it difficult to sell your items on Facebook?
Are you discouraged because the posts that showcase your art is not reaching your following?
We have some great news to share with you. Facebook now has a Shopping feature for Business Pages.
Every time a person visits your Facebook Business Page, they will see the items you are selling. In this post, we will show you how to add products to a Facebook Shop so you can start selling more art on Facebook.
How To Add Products To A Facebook Shop
Are you thinking about selling your art on Facebook?
If you are NFAM has some exciting news that we have just stumbled on.
Facebook is a great platform to connect with new people and selling products on your Facebook page has never been easier.
Facebook now offers a free Facebook Shop that allows businesses to sell products with a nice clean gallery that complements the Facebook Business Page.
What is Facebook Shop and how will it help to make it easy for businesses to set up a single online store?
A Facebook Shop is an e-Commerce solution that allows businesses to list products in their Facebook shop where customers can browse and purchase without being directed to a different website.
Is Facebook Shop Free?
Creating a Facebook shop is free but you will be charged a processing fee of 2.9% + 0.30 per transaction per sale.
For more information on how to create a Facebook Shop visit Optimize Your Facebook Page For Art Sales.
At this time Facebook only allows you to sell physical products and you must upload them one at a time so they can confirm that they follow their policies.
Learn more about Facebook Shop Policies.
Add Products To Facebook Shop
At this time, you can only add products to your Facebook Shop via a computer.
Login to your Facebook Business Page and click the Shop tab on the left sidebar.
Click Add Product.
Upload the image of the product you are making a list for. The image dimensions are 1024px x 1024px.
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Facebook’s Guidelines And Photo Recommendations:
- Every listing must have at least one image for each product.
- The image must be a real image of the product.
- Recommended image size 1,024 x 1,024 pixels.
- The product’s image should have a white backdrop or stage the product in a real-life example.
- The image cannot have text.
Add Product Details
Add the title of your artwork in the Name section
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Add the price of your art in the Price section.
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Add the description of your art in the Description section.
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Add an inventory count.
It is important to keep an accurate count of the products you are selling especially if you are offering the same items on multiple platforms.
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You can offer options like color and size for your products by clicking Edit Options.
Choose the shipping method you will be providing.
Your product will say Processing until Facebook approves it. This process could take up to 24 hours.
Facebook Shop’s Settings
To visit your Facebook Shop’s settings, click the shop’s link from your Business page’s menu, and then click on the setting wheel.
Click the wheel icon to access settings for your shop.
Copy Direct Link – Provides a link to your Facebook page’s shop to share in your newsletter or website.
Manage Shop Link – brings you to your Publishing Tools, where you’ll discover a new section for your shop where you can add products and product collections to group your products so it will be easier for your art collectors to find what they are searching for.
Settings Link – brings you to the Facebook Shop’s main settings, where you can update your email address, business address, and Stripe account.
Facebook Online Marketing Courses
You might want to consider investing in some Facebook marketing courses if you are planning on using Facebook as a marketing tool for your business.
We took a survey with some of our peers and we came up with the list of popular Facebook Marketing Courses.
Turn Clicks into Customers on Facebook by Billy Gene
Facebook Marketing for Small Businesses by Nathan Latka
Start a Profitable Online Business (Is an In-depth course that covers a lot of different strategies that will drive a tremendous amount of traffic to your artist website and increase sales.)
Final Thoughts On How To Add Products To A Facebook Shop
Facebook keeps making it easier for businesses to conduct business on Facebook, and this new feature is another exciting way that artists can increase their sales on Facebook.
Have you tried Facebook Shop? What is your experience? Please let us know in the comment section.
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