i heart eCommerce, part 2

Okay, I think Amazon just made it up to me.

I have discovered the amazing Universal Wish List tool, wherin you drag a little button to your bookmarks toolbar, gather all the web goodness OUT THERE, on any site, and bring it back to your handy amazon.com wish list.

I am finding it very useful for gathering gift ideas to review later, for sharing gift suggestions for your children when lovely generous people ask,  for comparing similar items or for DROPPING HINTS TO THE PHOTOGRAPHY FAIRY, of course. And you can maintain public and private wish lists, so you have absolutely NO IDEA what list I have built with YOUR NAME on it.

Nice work, Amazon. Now let’s get going on that whole Super Saver shipping nonsense and you might be on to something.

(Photo fixes tomorrow. I was too excited about this today!)

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5 Responses to “i heart eCommerce, part 2”

  1. Shelly Says:

    I love this feature as well. I was sick of not having ideas from people because they always seem to do it last minute. I installed the Univeral Wish List button on all of my family’s computers months ago, and imagine that, I have a list this year ahead of time! Yay!

  2. Christina Says:

    TOO COOL! I am setting it up right now!

  3. Sarah Says:

    I had to use another universal wish list (non-amazon) last year and it SO confused the older generations that, well, let’s just say that when Amazon announced their universal wish list, I was PRETTY DARN THRILLED.

    As far as super-saver shipping goes, I was suckered into getting Amazon Prime four years ago, which means free 2-day shipping year-round. I keep renewing my Prime because of how easy it makes Christmas shopping! I heard rumors somewhere that Amazon occasionally has free trial offers of Prime — try it out!

  4. Elizabeth Says:

    I am an Amazon junkie and I was unaware of this feature. Thanks for the heads up…I’m heading there now!!!

  5. katherine Says:

    how about their frustration free packaging on some Fisher-Price toys? Now THAT is an Amazon advancement! 🙂

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