Amazon Extends Its Influencer Program To Creators On Instagram And Twitter

Amazon is expanding its efforts to woo high-profile personalities across the social media landscape. The retailer has announced that its seven-month-old Influencer Program, which offers commissions and vanity URLs to creators who link to Amazon product pages, is now open to Instagram and Twitter users in addition to those on YouTube. Unlike Amazon’s Affiliate Program,…

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Amazon expands its Influencer Program to include Twitter and Instagram, in addition to YouTube

Amazon is expanding its Influencer Program beyond YouTube to also include Twitter and Instagram, the company announced on Thursday. First launched into beta earlier this spring, the program initially targeted YouTube stars by offering them a way to make money from the products they promoted in their videos through an affiliate-like relationship with Amazon. Many…

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Docomo and Dentsu’s subsidiary D2C invests in Gushcloud; sets up office in Japan

D2COffical website Japanese mobile marketing and advertising company D2C, a subsidiary of NTT Docomo in a joint venture with Dentsu, has invested in Gushcloud. An office has also been set up in Japan for the global influencer entertainment and marketing company. Headquartered in Singapore, Gushcloud has a strong presence in Southeast Asia with operating offices in…

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