We\u2019re used to being online, and we\u2019re used to using social commerce sites like Amazon.com.\u00a0 But what about Facebook shopping?\u00a0 Talking to friends, spending money. Laughing with friends, spending a little more money. Sounds good, right? The revenue generated through social commerce in general is expected to grow sixfold\u00a0 within the next four years.\u00a0 But now, people are also shopping on Facebook. Since one out of 13 people are on this social networking site, how can you take advantage of this trend? For the quick version, you may want to look at Stephania Andrade\u2019s infographic over on TabJuice, Social Commerce for Brands and Fans. She gives you an easy-to-digest overview of how you can use a store on Facebook. Before you dive in, consider this\u2026 While the facts about the number of people on Facebook are impressive, Amy Kean of Havas Media offers a few points worth thinking about.\u00a0 Writing on Our Social Times about 13 Essential Facebook Social Commerce Tips & Statistics, she says: \u201cDon\u2019t sell expensive things on Facebook. On average, people say they will spend up to $85.\u201d She also makes the point that: \u201c89 percent of social network members have never bought anything on Facebook.\u201d Not yet, anyway.\u00a0 You know that there is no magic bullet. Whatever you do will take effort.\u00a0 But once you decide that you\u2019re ready to dive in, here\u2019s a shortlist of some free or inexpensive options for setting up a Facebook store. 3 tools for building a Facebook ecommerce store TabJuice.com:\u00a0 Lets you create a free store inside Facebook. Wix.com:\u00a0 Wix offers free Facebook templates for your fan page including some ecommerce options. Vendio.com:\u00a0 You create a free store inside Vendio. But as you upgrade you are able to load your products in one place and sell them in multiple spots including Amazon, Facebook and eBay. For a more robust collection of ecommerce options, check out Small Business Trends contributor TJ McCue\u2019s list of 68 Ecommerce and Shopping Carts for the Small Business. More stats and facts behind the graphic: 50 Fascinating Facebook Facts and Figures by Jeff Bullas.\u00a0 He rattles them off quickly, so it\u2019s an easy read. 10 Facts About Consumer Behavior on Facebook from the 2011 Chadwick Martin Bailey Consumer Pulse.