In order for users to be able to compare the prices with the ongoing industrial prices, they can use the ‘Kelly Blue Book’ while messenger bots are to help buyers contact sellers right away without having to go through the long process of waiting for a response from the sellers after filling out a contact form.
The Facebook market place is more like a middle man between car dealers and potential buyers. In this case, the buyer does not have to give a dime to Facebook if the transaction pulls through.
However, for the cars to reach their potential buyers, the dealers will have to place ads on the marketplace. These ads are not so much but very little token that should earn sellers more catch on buyers.
Note that cars are not the only items sold on the marketplace, rather, it is just a fraction of Facebook the e-commerce sector. Therefore, apart from vehicles, Facebook is on the quest to make it possible for working users to purchase tickets using Ticketmaster.
With the help of the Ticketmaster, they can equally search and apply for jobs, surf for most recent deals through sites like eBay. With time, Facebook might also have to lay hands on the real estate business to make it easy for users to find homes and landed properties at large.
In fact, with time, users won’t have to sign up differently at eBay, Amazon, etc when they already have Facebook accounts. Since the Facebook social media platform might have such features in it, we won’t necessarily have to go through the stress of searching for them elsewhere.
With the rate Facebook is going on meeting its user’s needs, we won’t be out of place to say that Facebook is ‘Jack Of All Trade’.
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