Milyoni ("Million Eye") launches iFanStore

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Milyoni ("Million Eye") launches iFanStore

Enterprise-level e-commerce app for Facebook, Twitter and social networks expands impact of Cyber Mondays
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Innovative eCommerce solution introduced for Facebook, MySpace and Twitter by @milyoni. See http://tinyurl.com/yz336xt

Summary

Milyoni introduces iFanStores, a new enterprise-level e-commerce solution which integrates seamlessly within Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and other Social Networks without ever having to leave those environments.

Monday, November 30, 2009 - 8:15am

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) San Francisco, CA (November 30, 2009) – Today, Milyoni launched iFanStore, a new enterprise e-commerce solution which integrates seamlessly within Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and other Social Networks without ever having to leave those environments.

 
The iFanStore meets the growing demand to monetize social media by providing a scalable platform specifically designed to suit the needs of mid-and large-scale retailers with complex inventory management requirements. iFanStores leverage the viral potential of social media, allowing sharing of purchases to a customer’s friends and fans.
 
“The Milyoni platform leverages the instant, viral and contextual elements of social networks, which will translate not only into sales, but a richer interaction with customers,” said John Corpus, CEO of Milyoni, Inc. (http://www.Milyoni.com).
 
Bay Area businesses are the first to rollout iFanStores on their Facebook fan pages, including the San Jose Earthquakes and artisan coffee roaster Equator Coffees & Teas. See the shops at:
 
“We realized early on that social media like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter are great ways to interact with our fans during the season,” said Earthquakes executive vice president David Alioto. “The fans on Facebook and Twitter represent some of our most loyal and dedicated supporters to our team and we want to reward their loyalty with great deals and offers.”
 
This year, Facebook’s 300+ million active users were on more than 65 million hours, according to the Nielson Company. However, until now, e-commerce solutions pulled fans out of Facebook to complete transactions. The ifanstore from Milyoni allows fans to stay with Facebook during the entire transaction and then share their activity with friends across a wide range of social networks including Twitter.
 
About Milyoni: Founded in February 2009, Milyoni, Inc. (www.Milyoni.com) is pioneering the category of ‘conversational commerce’ – which is contextual, viral and instant. Transforming social networking strategies with ifanstore and ireply2buy cloud technologies, the Milyoni platform can be implemented anywhere customers gather online - Facebook, MySpace or any other online community or blog. iReply2Buy, to launch later this year, will enable impulse purchasing via Twitter.

 

Contact

Michael Straus
Straus Communications
www.milyoni.com
David Raycroft
Milyoni, Inc.
www.milyoni.com
Keywords: Enterprise | Facebook | Social Media | Twitter | cloud | ecommerce | myspace

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