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How To Use Amazon Cart on Twitter

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Do you love Amazon.com? Are you active on Twitter? Then check out Amazon.com’s coolest new way to shop – on Twitter with #AmazonCart!

 

#AmazonCart

 

I have been buying on Amazon.com since they only sold books.  I was right out of college and an avid reader.  I couldn’t believe I could get a book delivered right to my door! As Amazon expanded, I kept right up with them and I’ve bought pretty much everything from Amazon – including a kitchen sink! We have been Amazon Prime members since it’s inception and have a very old version of the Kindle.  I am basically an Amazon.com junkie!

I’m also very active on social media and Twitter is one of my favorites.   Now, Amazon.com has made it easy to shop right from my Twitter stream! You aren’t going to believe how easy, and fun, this is!

#AmazonCart

 

The first thing you want to do is follow Amazon.com and your favorite brands on Twitter.  I was already following Amazon.com (of course) so I started there.  Just scroll down Amazon’s Twitter feed until you spot something you like.  My husband’s cell phone is constantly running low on battery so this cool wireless charger caught my eye.

 

#amazoncart

Simply reply to the tweet of the item you want to be and use the hashtag #AmazonCart.

#AmazonCart

The first time you use the service, Amazon will tweet back at you with a link that will allow you to set up your account to use #AmazonCart.  Just click the link to activate.  The response is almost instant so watch for it on your Twitter feed.

#AmazonCart

Once you are set up, you’ll get another Tweet confirming that the item you wanted to purchase is in your cart.  Amazon will also let you know if something went wrong – so just watch your Twitter feed.

#AmazonCart

And – there it is in my Amazon cart! Ready for me to check out.  With Amazon Prime, I had the item in two days – I love Prime!   Check out the video below for another look at how to use AmazonCart:

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