Amazon Basket is a brand new feature that lets the users of Twitter to take an immediate act in Twitter that aids them, on Amazon.co.uk, to do purchase. When associates tweet a message about marketing that contains a product link of Amazon.co.uk, the users of Twitter who have joined their accounts to Amazon will have the ability to add up the product straight away to their Shopping Basket of Amazon.co.uk merely by responding to the tweet as well as adding Amazon Basket. Then, they will get a response tweet from @MyAmazonUK as well as an e-mail from MyAmazonUK@amazon.co.uk that will confirm their action, and they can thoroughly checkout on Amazon.co.uk at their full convenience.
Three things must take place for AmazonBasket to properly function:
- The visitor has to have her or his account of Twitter joined to Amazon. That way, Amazon can add up the product to the customer’s right Amazon Amazon.co.uk Shopping Basket.
- The visitor has to respond to a tweet that has the Amazon.co.uk product’s URL.
- In the reply tweet, the visitor has to add up AmazonBasket. Remember that AmazonBasket will work only on Twitter and not Facebook or any other social networks.
With AmazonBasket, visitors should initially respond to associate’s tweet. If already they have joined their Twitter accounts to Amazon, then they will be notified when the item is well added up to their Amazon.co.uk Shopping Baskets through a reply tweet from @MyAmazonUK.
If the visitors haven’t really connected to Amazon their Twitter accounts, they will get a reply tweet when they use #AmazonBasket and they will ask them to join their accounts to successfully use the feature.
In the URL, Amazon will know the Associate ID tweeted by associate, so basically any answers to your tweet that come in an Amazon.co.uk Shopping Basket add through AmazonBasket will get associate attribution. This is according to the standard operating agreement as well as advertising fee schedule. Remember that in circumstances where AmazonBasket doesn’t have the ability to add up the product to a Shopping Basket of Amazon.co.uk (for example, if the deal has expired, if the product is out of stock, if the product is a digital product that is bought through 1-Click), the link in the response tweet from @MyAmazonUK as well as the e-mail from MyAmazonUK@amazon.co.uk will make a reservation for your store ID to guarantee that you get associate attribution.
AmazonBasket will add up any product that is purchased on Amazon.co.uk to the Amazon.co.uk Shopping Baskets of your visitor. Digital products are not included since products are bought through 1-click, avoiding add to the functionality of Amazon.co.uk Shopping Basket. Still, we will send an answer tweet to your visitors when they are trying to add up digital products, notifying them on how to check out this stuff.
We will send a sample for free, for Kindle ebooks, to the devices of your visitors.
For single product any product deals that are not in stock, inaccessible, not found, or expired, we will reply by tweet to authorize the action of the visitor, and inform of the suitable situation. If the visitor answers with #AmazonBasket to a tweet that does not really have links or a link to a product of non-Amazon.co.uk, the visitor will not be replied with a tweet..
Currently, AmazonBasket is just offered in the UK.