12 Great Amazon Features You Probably Didn’t Know Existed

Amazon logoChances are that you have probably bought something from the giant internet retailer Amazon or used them for something.  After all, their logo shows an arrow going from A to Z, and they quite literally do have that being one of the biggest retailers on the planet.  What originally started out as an online book seller has branched out in to everything from grocery delivery to producing original video content for it’s video streaming service and continues to grow every year.

What you may not know is that there are a number of great, but hidden, services that Amazon offers that the vast majority of the public, and even it’s own users, probably do not know exist.

Business Insider has come us with a list of 12 of these features that you might want to check out.  For example, did you know that if you are a top rated product reviewer on the site, you could  get invited to join Amazon Vine, which is an invitation only program, but once you get in you’re set to get free stuff to rate, review and keep?  If you are concerned about helping others, you can place your orders through Amazon Smile which will donate 0.5% of your purchase amount to the charity of your choice.

Other features include Amazon Flow for simple order placement, Kindle Direct publishing for aspiring authors, product subscription services for frequently purchased items, and even a diamond buying service.  For the complete Business Insider list and more details, click here for the article.

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