Take a quick trip through the year with some of the biggest headlines for online marketplaces in 2016.
2016 was both a scary and exciting year for the online marketplace industry. As we enter 2017 there are a lot of unknown questions. Will Facebook continue their push into the classifieds territory? What will Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn actually mean?
Can fake news and fake reviews be combatted and will Amazon and Facebook win with their current approach?
We will continue researching, reporting and commenting on industry trends and news here at Implio in 2017 so make sure you sign up for our blog!
Thank you for an exciting 2016. See you in the new year.
GM invests in Lyft
Facebook Sales Groups
Uber Launches UberEats
Besedo Launches Implio
Wallmart Announces Online Focus
Facebook Trending News Controversy
Wallapop and Letgo Merge
EU illegalizes Online Hate Speech
Microsoft Acquires LinkedIn
Naspers Invests in Udemy
Pokemon Go Launches
Top Nigerian Scammer Arrested
Napalm Girl Controversy
Besedo and ioSquare Merge
In-App Payments to Messenger Bots
Shopify Allows Direct Sales in Messenger
Facebook Launches Marketplaces
Bumble Bans Mirror Selfies
eBay Launches ShopBot
Apple Sues Amazon Vendor
Amazon Limits Reviews
Facebook to Fight Fake News
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