Here comes Easter for 2023!!!
Here comes Easter for 2023!!!
Since 2004, I have enjoyed Facebook as a user and began creating dozens of pages in 2008. I have been a paid contractor, ad hoc, depending on Facebook's needs for several years. I am so proud of working and helping on several committee's over ten+ years formed by Facebook, Living Social, Groupon, and many others.
In 2014, I was invited to sit on several continuing boards under a paid role. This has recently evolved to now include consulting on Facebook Shops, shipping data, and algorithmic design, build, and UX / UI design.
My UX and UI design consulting are generally remunerated by Facebook at $150.00 per hour, depending on time and depth. In long-term contracts, I charge the equivalency of 135k per annum for whatever time is needed. I create customer-centric digital experiences through UX research & evidence-based design. Contact via head-hunters, agents, or directly to learn how my award-winning UX approach will benefit your bottom line is welcomed. I work in and endorse the SCRUM and AGILE environments as well as TQM, TQL, and modern integrated development environments (IDEs). As a programmer since 1976, I am often viewed as a hero coach by very young teams of programmers, designers, and coders coaching them to success. I am a Marketing Jedi Master Knight having learned hundreds of programs and continuously study and learn new ones. For this reason, I recently achieved my second Master's degree and part of that was attending the SAS Institute for statistical review and design.
A recent major change in SHOPS (2020) worked up and suggested by me on individual pricing and shipping UI/UX design was endorsed and accepted across the earth. This was crippling the SHOPPING sales cycle for buyers (often dumped and canceled) and hurting the sellers with USPS. The result has been north of 500 million in total sales and ensuing ads as described by Mark would happen. With 2.45 billion active users monthly this is part of a greater $30 billion dollar schema being reported on to shareholders.
May 20, 2020
"Shares of Facebook reached an all-time high of $230.75 on Wednesday, soaring as much as 6.4%, with Wall Street being bullish on the company’s focus on e-commerce. The social media giant announced Facebook Shops on Tuesday, which will make listing products to Facebook and Instagram easier. The stock ended the day up just over 6%. Investors rallied on Facebook’s announcement, with Morgan Stanley writing in a note Wednesday that this could make Facebook a competitor to Amazon and Alphabet’s Google. Shops also present itself as a multibillion-dollar opportunity, the analysts wrote.
Deutsche Bank also sees the opportunity for the company to rake in billions. “We think Facebook Shop in a simplistic bull case could drive up to as much as a $30 [billion] revenue opportunity, across a combination of take-rate driven transactional and advertising revenue,” the analysts wrote. AB Bernstein said in a note to clients early Wednesday that Facebook Shops could unlock a $1.3 trillion market. “We have long viewed FB as the ‘rent’ to the digital economy and a core component of the online retail ecosystem,” the analysts wrote," CNBC reports.
Facebook shares reach an all-time high after the launch of the online shopping feature.
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