26.11.2018 - 26.12.2018
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A community-based two-sided platform for creating, curating and converting consumer-generated videos into instant Shoppable Videos for brands, Fanfare is purpose-built from ground up to enable Social Commerce. Its building blocks are conceived and created specifically with Social Commerce and Shoppable Videos in mind from the start. The features and functionalities have been well-thought out and designed precisely to help brands and consumers connect more intimately, by facilitating an integrated two-way Brand-Consumer engagement, so that brands can expand their relationships with their consumers to maintain trust, familiarity, and positivity. Fanfare’s unique feature is enabling a brand to convert any Consumer-Generated Video into a Shoppable Video with ease. Users can also easily post and share videos on Fanfare like on any social media platform. The added incentive is that brands can now accurately and cost-effectively add a BUY Button to any of these consumer-generated videos on Fanfare, converting them into instant Shoppable Videos. The advantages are that the content creator will get rewarded and the brands can harness the power of Consumer-Generated Videos to build their image, promote their products and drive immediate sales, or for lead generation, while at the same time, creating their own library of viral consumer-generated videos aggregated within their own channel.

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