Etsy is buying Depop for $1.6 Billion
An interesting acquisition just happened in the eCom space. E-commerce site Etsy, best known for selling handmade and vintage wares, is buying up a cooler, younger rival, UK-based secondhand shopping app Depop.
The $1.6 billion acquisition lets Etsy access Depop’s young and growing userbase. Etsy says more than 90 percent of Depop’s users are under 26, meaning they mostly belong to Gen Z, while Etsy’s own users are firmly millennial, with a median age for sellers of around 39. Etsy claims that Depop is the 10th most visited shopping site for Gen Z consumer in the US.
Depep saw strong growth during the pandemic and their revenue doubled to $70 million last year, with most of this income derived from sales commissions.
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Whatever your motives are, you will soon be able to hide the like counts on your posts as Instagram and Facebook begin to roll out this new option. Why would they do that? Here is their explanation:
“We tested hiding like counts to see if it might depressurize people’s experience on Instagram. What we heard from people and experts was that not seeing like counts was beneficial for some, and annoying to others, particularly because people use like counts to get a sense for what’s trending or popular, so we’re giving you the choice.”
Incentivizing engagement – or incentivizing the right kinds of engagement – has become a more significant concern for social platforms of late, with the original focus metrics like Likes and followers now being seen by some as potentially harmful, and not conducive to a system that should be framed around enhancing social connection, not gamifying perceived popularity.
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