Today I logged into my amazon affiliate page and noticed something.....
The have announced the launch of a new feature, share on twitter. I guess you can post links to your twitter account, does anyone know more about this?
It sounds interesting but I am not sure I am totally getting it, do they mean that I can post on twitter something I found on amazon and make a commission if it sells?
I received an email about it, sound great!! From the email is sounds like a big YES, you can get a commission!
That sounds pretty cool then! I am often browsing for stuff relevant to what a hub is about and find stuff that I would love to buy myself! If only every one who visits my hubs clicked an ad ahhhhh, I probably would be buying more . I am thinking when I find stuff like that its worth posting on twitter now
Gonna keep my eye on my inbox for this email!
I am wondering now if I shouldn't have said anything so others don't flood twitter with the cool stuff I wanna flood twitter with ! Lets keep this one under our hats
It would be great to use it if you have alot of targeted followers in your account. If not, I recommend using the new feature whenever you buy a new product. When you tweet it to your friends, just hope they buy one too!
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