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Marketing agency Social Chain is eyeing the impending integration of eCommerce into social media after notching up the UK’s four most engaged Facebook Live videos ever.
The Manchester-based firm set a new record of 760,000 engagements last weekend with its interactive campaign for client Boohoo.
The video, of a stiletto heel stuck in ice, asked people to comment ‘melt’ to slowly reveal the shoe with a potential prize on offer of BooHoo vouchers worth £500.
It ramped up 289,000 views with more than double that number of engagements. Almost three out of every five people who viewed the video directly interacted with it, with 756,000 comments and 4.7k likes.|
|Girl no 7 in that video is a hard faced cow,looks like she's chewed on a lemon.|
|At last, someone else who has heard of Patricia Janeckova!
I suggest also listening to some of her more recent performances. I particularly like her performances from a charity a concert in January this year. She was still just seventeen at the time.|
|While its quiet have a listen to Patricia Janeckova--Once upon a time in the west. On youtube.Lovely voice.|
|I considered the possibility of dyslexia. :0)|
What happened to your post?|
|Still chugging along quietly,,slowly slowly and all that.|
|Hare......glad to see your boundless enthusiasm for koovs remains unabated, might consider a re entry their if the share price continues to drop, I hear.all you say, see the Marco economics of the situation, but it's the mcap v sales that keeps me on me toes.|
|Probably thinking takeover target, I would be too...|
Your research on BOO was excellent, and you show a similar diligence on KOOV.
I think you are showing a decent profit, even after the latest weakness.
What I find difficult to understand is that new data does not seem to affect your conclusions (belief?). What would change your mind on KOOV?
Personally, I am always looking for a reason to cut and run. Big fierce animals either attack or run - nothing in between.
No need to respond, I guess I miss your research on BOO :-)
|Heaven help any mouthy IT contractor who orders bacon at BOO. :0)|
|Today is well within the trading range 115 to 125 whilst we wait hard news in January.|
|And the prize for stating the bleeding obvious goes to......|
|Qaz, time will tell. Price dropping could increase each and every day.|
|No. You are being melodramatic. Shorters would be in control with continued significant drops. This is 4p drop on a stock that has 6 bagged within 18 months. That's not to say we might see a pull back (maybe even a fair sized one at some point) or some profit taking (just LOOK at that graph for god's sake). But "shorters in control"? ridiculous.|
|Shorters in control?|
|Testing support at 119, hopefully no further drop|
|That "report" brought a smile. I started to pick it apart, but I just felt like I was marking a GCSE business studies paper by a below average student. Some valid points in there, but crucially nothing new (at least nothing that anyone invested here shouldn't already know) and some hilarious conjecture and conclusion jumping.
Having been lucky enough to get in here in the low 20's, I have top sliced enough to be completely free-rolling, and I won't be getting out anytime soon. I continue to be impressed by the traction in Alexa ratings and the advertising campaign which seems to have London saturated.|
|4622 is defo still there - I've just read it again.
Pls no-one post it again, it wastes a great deal of space and time.|
|Guys, 4622 is not there, can someone please post again as I have a lot invested here and would like all views|
|To make a profit you need market share. India at the moment is a e-commerce landgrab.
Alibaba have just tried to buy one of the larger outfits in this race.
Profit comes after scale and the economies thereof. Its true cash burn is the issue here. Dilution will carry on probably, they maybe taken over by Amazon, Alibaba et al, if they can grab a large enough slice of the e-commerce pie, even before reaching profit status.|
|'Without serious market competition'The big players over there like Amazon, Flipkart & Snapdeal might disagree. The bottom line is that it's a new entrant in the fastest growing e commerce market in the fastest growing major economy in the world.I agree, nowhere near profit with high cash burn, but if the ex ASOS management pull it off, could be spectacular.|