Amazon is also embracing the new, social, e-commerce way and has enabled users to add items to their accounts’ wish lists using a simple hashtag – #AmazonWishList.
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This is the second time Amazon collaborates with Twitter. The e-commerce giant had previously launched the #AmazonCart which allowed users to add items directly to their shopping carts through Twitter.
After sending your tweet containing #AmazonWishList and a link to the item (or replying to a tweet containing the link of the Amazon item), you should get a response from @MyAmazon account, containing the status of the item and its availability, including if it’s added to your list and how you can buy it.
— MyAmazon (@MyAmazon) September 24, 2014
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