A new, quietly launched feature on Amazon — Amazon Your Ideas List — lets anyone create Pinterest-like illustrated wish lists they can share with friends and followers.
Amazon Your Ideas List can be accessed just like a normal Amazon wish list or shopping list, with one big difference: Each list is organized into graphic grids, similar to Pinterest, and can be shared with your network via a unique URL.
This is great news for small businesses and affiliate marketers.
Amazon Your Ideas List: How It Works
Shah’s board, “Books for Product People,” is filled with books about design, marketing, and product launches.
Any user can visit a Your Ideas List, heart and bookmark a product, or explore the board for suggestions and inspirations.
You can keep an Your Ideas List in draft, and publish and share anytime you want.
Amazon Your Ideas List: Why It’s Good
From a user’s perspective, Your Ideas List seems a bit like across between an Amazon Wish List and a Pinterest board. Like a Wish List, a Your Ideas List can be shared for other people (whether they’re friends or strangers!) to browse. Like a Pinterest board, it’s organized in a visual manner and looks good on a smartphone.
- It’s easy to create attractive, curated lists of items to buy through Amazon that fit your brand identity.
- Using Your Ideas List streamlines the process of marketing items with Amazon affiliate links.
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Amazon Your Ideas List: Other Resources
Amazon Your Ideas List (Amazon)
Amazon – Your Ideas List (Product Hunt)