October 17, 2010 by USA Post
Bella Sara, Amazon.com has quietly installed in a window Facebook – sell Pampers diapers. The “Pampers Shop Now” store is an offshoot of the fan page Pampers, and is powered by Amazon Webstore Amazon sells a service to provide a custom branded store on the Web to third-party products. Current clients include Amazon Timex, handstands, Bella Sara, Motorola and MTV.
Although the page appears on Facebook, the ordering process is actually performed and completed by a user account of the Amazon, and backed by Amazon’s delivery guarantees. Users can buy diapers, baby wipes, and other related products.
What this means for users is probably an expansion of “fan” pages on Facebook in addition to experience e-commerce, without leaving the Facebook page. In a statement, Proctor & Gamble (which owns the Pampers brand) said it plans to extend the capabilities of electronic commerce. Pages from other brands “Facebook and retailers in the coming months.
Amazon charges 0.7 percent of sales and most importantly, more and 9.99 per month administrative fee for an online store, when combined with its sales on Amazon and execution services in the Amazon. Payment processing and fraud charges protections apply, from 1.9 percent to 0.30 euros more per transaction, the company said.
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