Amazon Tests Tik-Tok-Like Video Feed App Amazon is testing a Tik-Tok-like feed on its app that allows users to scroll through videos and photos of products purchased by others. Using the feature, called Inspire, customers can like, save and share posts of products, and purchase items directly from the feed.
In its current form, the experimental feed mostly shows photos, but if the feature is rolled out, it will most likely be video-heavy as Amazon sellers create content to make it more engaging for customers.
Opening the inaugural brick-and-mortar's doors in NY was a seamless step for the brand. Designed with an immersive, social sharing-driven format, the opening will debut all-new, exclusive offerings. Plans for the store include the development and roll-out of engaging in-store activations such as an in-person iteration of the highly successful relaunched Lingeriecycle recycling program, as well as hosting a series of intimate, in-store community events, and meet and greets for members part of Hanky Panky's loyalty program.
American Eagle Launches Back To School Campaign in Metaverse American Eagle recently launched its fall 2022 Back-To-School campaign featuring popular Gen Z musicians across Meta Quest 2 and Roblox, and […]