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Amazon Giveaways and Social Media Marketing: Something New!

Amazon has a new program called aptly "Amazon Giveaways." Essentially - 

  1. Brainstorm a reason WHY you want a Giveaway.  For example, use a giveaway contest as a way to "get followers" on Facebook or Twitter.
  2. Find a product on Amazon to "giveway" in exchange for an action.  You can use your own product if it's on Amazon!
  3. Set up the giveaway via Amazon, and you pay only for the product and shipping.
  4. Promote your giveaway on Social Media.

Amazon Giveaways - Social Media Marketing
Amazon is making it "easy" to set up a giveaway promotion (and of course "easy" to sell more stuff via Amazon).

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