Sell from your Facebook Page
Create a Facebook Shop and let shoppers buy your products from Facebook.
Share your collections
Post collections to your Facebook timeline to highlight products and increase their discoverability.
Post shoppable Facebook photos
Build engagement around your products by tagging them in your photos and letting shoppers purchase from your posts.
About Facebook channel
Sell on Facebook
Give shoppers a way to discover and buy your products from your store’s Facebook Page. Use the Facebook channel to create a Facebook Shop and manage your products from Shopify. Share and tag products in Facebook posts to grow your discoverability on Facebook. You can choose to further the reach of your posts using Facebook’s paid boosted posts.
With Shopify and the Facebook channel, you can:
- add a Facebook Shop to your Facebook Page
- manage the products on your Facebook Shop
- arrange the order of the collections on your Facebook Shop
- let customers check out on Facebook (US stores using Shopify Payments)
- fulfill orders placed on Facebook
- track Facebook sales using your sales channel overview and Analytics pages
To use the Facebook channel, you need to:
- be the admin for the Facebook Page you want to sell from
- sell in a currency supported by Facebook
- have a customer email in the store details section of your general Shopify settings
Learn more about selling on Facebook by visiting the website in the "Sales and support" section of this page.
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I installed the app to get my products to show on my Facebook. But it keeps on disconnecting within a minute. Dont seem to get this one sorted. Will definitely not recommend. And my Instagram app also stopped working.
I hate this app I can't get it to work. My account keeps getting disabled or disconnected. It's so fustrating. I can't tag my products to Instagram anymore
The Purple Pomeranian
I sell dog clothes. All of my products fall in the pet supplies category. Yet many are ineligible because Facebook flagged them as "dating sites" and "adult toys." It's so idiotic it's laughable. No amount of appealing has ever gotten a response. I would love to know what gets a perfectly innocent item flagged as a violation.