What’s Really Powering The Internet? (Infographic From Flippa)

  • January 2, 2013

You don’t get to $90 million in website and domain sales without learning a few things along the way. At, we see hundreds of new listings every week, and keep a close eye on the trends. What’s most in demand? Which types of sites are no longer popular with buyers? We took data from the last year of…

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  • August 30, 2011

StoreYa.comIf you use Magento to run your own store and you are looking for ways to expand you online presence as widely as possible, then this is a service you could hardly find more convenient. Simply put, StoreYa will let you take your whole store and have it imported into Facebook. The process is taking only a matter of minutes, with you having to do little else besides pointing StoreYa to your actual Magento store. All the technical bits will be handled for you, and once the store has been fully imported others will be able to access it by clicking on the tab that will become displayed on your Facebook page.

And not only will you be able to have your store visible on what’s unarguably the largest site on Earth, you’ll actually have all the products you add to your Magento-managed store automatically added to its Facebook counterpart too.

Moreover, you’ll be getting full analytics and a set of marketing tools/guidelines for driving even more customers to your newly-imported store.

Three paid plans are provided: “Economy” ($10/month), “Business Class” ($15/month) and “First Class” ($20/month). And those who register for the service while it is in beta will actually be able to have their stores imported into Facebook for free.

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