Facebook's latest technology matches search requests to images. Not tags and captions, but the content of the images themselves. It may be the killer feature in the competitive general classified app space. And it's something only Facebook could pull off.
EBay is launching a new program to ensure high-end items are the real deal. As Facebook Marketplace evolves, the social media giant should be paying close attention.
Payments via Facebook Messenger have come to Europe, bringing closer the possibility that online payments will soon become part of Facebook Marketplace. An e-money license in Ireland has now crossed over to Spain via the EU's reciprocal EU agreements.
“We will get our goods and services in Pakistan for sure,” EBay CEO Devin Wenig, said at a Facebook Live session of the World Economic Forum annual meeting, currently underway in Davos, Switzerland.
Amazon.com has started testing classified advertising in Bengaluru, India, in a "global Amazon initiative" that is expected to expand to other markets if it is successful.
Schibsted CEO Rolv Erik Ryssdal wants to go on the offensive against Facebook by hiring even more technicians.
We reached out to a number of recruitment classified executives to get their take on what they thought Facebook was up to with its new jobs functionality and whether the social media giant might encroach on their own businesses. Here's our interview with Jobscore CEO Dan Arkind.
Pulkit Trivedi, head of Google India’s e-commerce business, defected to Facebook, as the social media giant tries to grow its e-commerce business in the big, developing market of India, and in other prime global markets.
Marketing on Facebook will look very different in 2017 – the year Facebook will become a massive, social commerce tool. Here’s a peek at the future, supplied by Business2community.com. In a nutshell: – Facebook users will engage businesses directly through Facebook pages via Messenger bots next year. Click to buy, book appointments, request quotes, book tickets and order takeaway. – Facebook Live will give users...
Schibsted plans to keep its hold on Europe's online marketing space, CEO Rolv Erik Ryssdal told Reuters in an interview published at Fortune.com.