Shopping Search Engine TheFind Bought by Facebook To Boost Its Commerce Ads
Facebook has now taken a deeper plunge into e-commerce by acquiring popular shopping search engine TheFind.com. It has done so in order to boost its commerce ads. Some of its members will also be joining Facebook in a bid to put their technology to work.
TheFind.com is a personalized shopping search engine used by many internet shoppers to find products that they are looking to buy through an easy and efficient searching experience. Now, Facebook has confirmed that they had acquired TheFind.com website in order to boost their commerce ads. They are hoping that this acquisition will give them the required inroads into e-commerce.
The shopping search engine TheFind has been offering quality shopping experience for its users for the past nine years and users were easily able to find the products that they were looking to buy through this search engine. TheFind website has said that it now looks to offer more for its consumers by joining forces with popular social media player Facebook.
A few of the members will be joining Facebook to create commerce ads for the leading social network and to make it more relevant. TheFind.com website will be shut down in a few weeks time as a result of this acquisition by Facebook. With the use of TheFind, Facebook will be able to offer its users not just a company match, but also to make sure that the products that are shown in the commerce ads are just the ones that the users are looking to buy.
All this while, Facebook has been on the back foot when it came to searching for information on the social media network. Now, the Facebook ads will be more relevant and useful for its consumers with TheFind on board. TheFinf.com team members will soon be making a move to FacebookвЂ™s campus located in Menlo Park in California.