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  • Amazon Spark makes product discovery social
  • Amazon Spark makes product discovery social
    Luke Porter (2017) ©
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Amazon Spark makes product discovery social

Amazon is well on its way to building its own self-contained ecosystem. With the launch of its Instagram-inspired shoppable feed Spark, the retail giant is encouraging shoppers to post, share and discover new products without leaving the Amazon app.

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