OneWay Commerce Creates More Facebook Shopping

Projections for Facebook commerce continue to grow, and new entry OneWay Commerce is aiming for its piece of the pie.

Projections for Facebook retailing continue to grow, and new entry OneWay Commerce is aiming for its piece of the pie.

The self-funded startup launched in beat in March and went live last month, offering organizations small and large and celebrities the ability to have online stores up and running within five minutes, with no monthly fees and sales transactions of 1.5 percent, which are waived for the first 30 days. Transactions are conducted via PayPal.

OneWay Commerce also features a commerce engine, which helps its merchants craft dedicated offers and makes their online stores easily searchable, and the platform is integrated with apps including QuickBooks, Salesforce.com, and Google Apps.

The company describes its platform:

Your Facebook storefront allows you to connect with and allow your best customers to purchase without ever leaving Facebook. …your fans can share reviews and comments about your products. Purchases are made with PayPal and no merchant accounts or setup are required.

Readers: Have you bought anything on Facebook yet?