Practical Ecommerce

Practical eCommerce Extends Presence within Social Media

Practical eCommerce recently hired me to help the company build a strong presence inside the social media universe. My initial efforts have been focused on building a solid foundation of participation inside Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Even though we are just getting started (or re-started in some cases), we want to invite you to connect with us by becoming a Facebook Fan, Twitter follower and YouTube subscriber.


Practical eCommerce's Facebook Fan Page, partial screen capture.

Practical eCommerce’s Facebook Fan Page, partial screen capture.

Though we have a Facebook Fan Page, it had not been updated in quite some time and lacked the custom functionality necessary to more fully engage users.

That issue has been addressed and we have added unique custom content including a welcome page, about, newsletter and webinar pages. We are importing links to our articles via the “Notes” page and Twitter feed as well.

We invite you to become a Fan, or “Like” us, as the case may be.


Practical eCommerce on Twitter, partial screen capture.

Practical eCommerce on Twitter, partial screen capture.

Until recently, PEC had yet to establish a presence within the Twitter ecosystem. We now have an account and are actively building relationships and sharing information with those in the ecommerce industry, both vendors and merchants alike. We invite you to follow us.


Practical eCommerce's YouTube channel, partial screen capture.

Practical eCommerce’s YouTube channel, partial screen capture.

We’re now building out a YouTube channel and featuring videos from “The PEC Review” and “SEO Report Card,” as well as online tutorials and other video content. Become a subscriber to our YouTube channel.

Ecommerce Developer

We are in the process taking similar steps with PEC’s sister site, Ecommerce Developer, which has its own Facebook Fan Page, Twitter account and YouTube channel.

Again, we encourage you to become a fan, follower and subscriber. We believe in reciprocal relationships and will do the same for you, as long as you’re in the ecommerce or related field.

Paul Chaney

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  1. Thomas Mongan May 19, 2010 Reply

    This is Great News!! I actually found out when another person I was following on twitter RT one of your tweets. Your site is full of od great information and now instead of remembering to come and check out the latest post I can just wait for my social sites to spoon feed it to me:)

  2. Paul Chaney May 20, 2010 Reply

    Thomas, we’re happy to have arrived too. PeC has had a presence for some time in some arenas, just not as pro-actively as we want to both now and in the future. Thanks for the comment and we’ll see you in the social media sphere.