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SummerGlow Piaries launch Facebook store

SummerGlow Piaries launch Facebook store

Hamilton-based SummerGlow Apiaries has set their sights on new horizons as they launch their new Facebook store.

Developed by Hamilton-based MediaPA, it allows customers to shop directly from the SummerGlow Facebook page, making the whole process simpler and free flowing.

SummerGlow Apiaries have been beekeeping for more than 37 years, and specialising in high activity UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) Manuka Honey since the industries inception about 18 years ago. .

“We know our honey. Every batch is tested several times to ensure it has the all-important, special non-peroxide activity. We enclose the relevant Laboratory test report with every order,” says Margaret Bennett, SummerGlow Apiaries’ co-owner.

SummerGlow recognises that the face of internet business is changing and will always strive to be at the forefront of new technologies.

MediaPA installs an app that allows you to transact within your existing Facebook page. The App installs an online catalogue that organizes SummerGlow’s brilliant range of products all in one place.

Facebook is quickly becoming the main access point to the internet for consumers and by including more information directly on the SummerGlow Facebook page it simplifies the shopping process. This seamless experience results in better conversions and happier customers.

Like/share buttons now allow customers to show their friends products in The SummerGlow store that they might be interested in buying. Nobody knows your prospective customers as well as their friends, so having like and share buttons can give you a boost to sales generation.

You can visit the SummerGlow Shop here: https://www.facebook.com/SummerGlowApiaries/app_189977524185

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