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The Amazon Developer Services portal allows developers to distribute and sell Android and HTML5 web apps to millions of customers on the Amazon Appstore, and build voice experiences for services and devices by adding skills to Alexa, the voice service that powers Amazon Echo.
Actived: Saturday Jan 16, 2021
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Allow the use of Coupon Codes - Forums
I think Merch should allow the vendors to offer coupon codes. This would help our company's sales. I do not know why this was not part of the original roll out. I go to bridal shows to display our shirts. If I offered the brides a coupon code that they could use for a limited time, my sales would increase and my shirts would receive more exposure.
Create discounts paid for by my web application - Forums
Broadly speaking, I want to programmatically create and offer coupons for specific Amazon products to specific users. The twist is that this wouldn't be discounts on items that I'm selling. Instead, what would be happening behind the scenes is that my company would be paying the discount (i.e: if I'm giving them $5 off a $10 product, what's
Login with Amazon Authorization Code | Login with Amazon
An authorization code is sent to a client as the first step in an Authorization Code Grant.When the client receives the authorization code, it calls the Login with Amazon authorization service with the code, their client identifier and client secret.. The authorization code is useless by itself, and therefore any malware that intercepts the authorization code cannot impersonate the client to
Registration for Brand Name - Forums
Ability to generate discount coupons for Merch. Adding Account Health Display and Simple Uploads. Hoodies: Pullover and Zip require different art. Sellers/DesignersConsider This Feature RequestA Deeper Search Feature That Searches Into Key Product Features & Product Description Field & Returns Results
We Need Better Quality "Premium" Shirts - You Sell The
Pretty demanding of a platform that pays you to upload designs Think maybe you'd be better off sticking to your super cool and rad "t-shirt company." I'd think a better approach to this would have been to outline the advantages gained by Amazon when providing higher quality "premium" tees, and not your own needs. Good grief.
Amazon to Trademark Profitable Phrases - Forums
Some fair points for sure, however Amazon has within their own data the date that any particular listing was created on MBA for a design, and everyone has access to when a Trademark was filed/approved, so it would be virtually no work for them to instead of simply pulling designs to take that into account and if the listing existed prior to the Trademark to forward any complaint or C&D to the
Early Merry Christmas Greetings! - Forums
On behalf of all the content creators, we would just like to say heartfelt thank you to the Merch By Amazon Team, especially [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] for being so awesome and putting up with our bickering day in and day out!. It takes a special kind of patience and understanding to do that, and we are indebted for this opportunity.
Concentrate on sales, not tiers, BSRs etc. - Forums
Speaking of good factors, even though Amazon is the leading online retail store, not everybody searching the net is looking for what we have to sell so it make sense that we have to find other ways to show off our wares -- pinterest, facebook, instagram, twitter, and anywhere else we can toot our own horns.
AMAZON! Do something about this NASTY SMELL! - Forums
The only other option is silk screen printing and that would push the price and creation of the shirt beyond profitability for one off shirts. Just a part of doing business in the POD environment. If it weren't the vinegary smell, it'd be another chemical smell for setting the ink.