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  • Messaging apps set to shape the future of e-commerce
  • Messaging apps set to shape the future of e-commerce
    Adem AY (2021) ©
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Messaging apps set to shape the future of e-commerce

Messaging, mostly an intimate and private form of communication, is being used by brands to connect with their consumers. As people spend more time on messaging apps than ever, c-commerce is set to grow in importance as a touchpoint between people and brands.

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