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Nicola Mira
Published
Jan 18, 2017
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Twitter to gradually phase out 'Buy' button

Translated by
Nicola Mira
Published
Jan 18, 2017

According to Canadian e-commerce software company Shopify, the 'Buy' button, launched in autumn 2014 to trigger online purchases via Twitter, will be gradually phased out by the social media giant.

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The information was given to advertisers by Shopify itself in a brief communiqué, which technology news website TechCrunch has passed on. The change is reportedly taking place as part of a strategic refocusing for the 300 million-user social network, which in the past has sought to bolster its precarious financial situation via e-commerce, introducing a series of tools specifically targeted to brands.

The news once more underlines the limits of social media-generated e-commerce, once coveted by the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest, which all introduced specific e-tailing features. Features which have rarely lasted for long, while conversely the role of Western social media in triggering purchasing decisions has constantly grown.
 

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