We spend a fair bit of our time talking about what's NOT social commerce. Using a reviews plug-in for your ecommerce store? Not social commerce. Linking to your seasonal sale via Twitter? Not social commerce. Posting pictures of your products on Pinterest? Not social commerce (and also really hard to say). So, what makes us such experts in what's not social commerce? Spending all day every day helping brands sell things in social: your actual, proper, bona fide social commerce. That's what.
But there's more to social commerce than just the selling bit. Social commerce also means listening to your customers, giving them what they want, using your audience to help shape _what _you sell and how you sell it. And here's a great example of that kind of community involvement in action - the first ever recipient of our BUYAPOWA BIG HAND AWARD*, BrewDog Beers.
Scotland's BrewDog did something really cool last week. Over the course of five days, they asked their Twitter followers, Facebook fans and blog readers to vote for all the constituent factors that shape a brand new beer: style, booziness, bitterness, special twist and name. They received almost 5,000 votes in total and their