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Why Are Brands Shutting Their Facebook Stores? [Headlines]

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Businesses are no longer using the world's most popular social network to sell their products.

Sam McNerney
  • 22 february 2012

Eager to monetize the large followings they had built on Facebook, many large brands set up shop on the social network for the first time last year. Now many of those Facebook stores are closing. Mashable Business

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