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A Social Commerce Best Practice Worth Noting

MacRumors has an interesting piece noting how Apple is testing social links on some of its product pages. Amazon has done something similar for some time:

Amazon social

While social commerce continues to develop, it seems like letting your customers tell their friends, fans and followers about your products is becoming something of a best practice. Your customers may be the best advocate for your product you could ever ask for. And, given social’s importance in building your business, If they’re willing to, why not let them?


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