SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Nov 24, 2014) - Zantler, the company that enables merchants to sell where they share online, today announced that the company's Shoppost platform for social commerce is now available for merchants using Amazon Webstore. By using Shoppost, Amazon Webstore retailers can merchandise and sell their products in-stream on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and blogs in a post that mimics an e-commerce storefront, and connect purchasers directly to their branded checkout process. Some of the first customers using Shoppost via their Amazon Webstore include Spiegel and Harley-Davidson Military Sales.
"For 150 years Spiegel has been a pioneer in technology and fashion. As the global leader in first-to-market innovations, we are always looking for the next great gateway for our customers to shop and Shoppost delivers," said International Creative Director at Spiegel, Richard Lowe. "By bringing Shoppost to our social audience just in time for the holidays, we are giving them new and more convenient ways to share and shop what they love with the people they love."
"We're excited to use Shoppost's in-stream social media storefront that delivers the same product details and customer experience found in an online marketplace," said Sean Partridge of Harley-Davidson Military Sales, a Shoppost customer and Amazon Webstore retailer. "It was a breeze to get started using the platform and we are already seeing results."
"We chose Shoppost for our online storefront on social media because shopposts are highly engaging, interactive and seamlessly connected to our branded shopping cart and order processing systems," said Robert Behnke, Co-founder and President at Fair Indigo, a Shoppost customer and Amazon Webstore retailer.
To enable customers to quickly move from consideration to purchase when viewing product promotions in their news feeds on social media sites, shopposts use product details including images, availability, sizing, colors and pricing from the Amazon Webstore. Any purchase from a shoppost takes customers straight to the merchant's branded shopping cart, providing a seamless, trusted checkout experience. The Shoppost web app also provides a robust analytics tool that delivers valuable data about customers' engagement, and which products convert best on which sites. Shoppost launched in June 2014, and is already in use by Shopify and Bigcommerce merchant communities, in addition to Amazon Webstore retailers.
Merchants and consumers can use Shoppost free of charge. For more information about Shoppost for Amazon, go to http://www.Shoppost.com/amazon.
Zantler is changing how retailers sell to consumers online. Its main product, Shoppost, enables retailers to create shareable, shoppable posts that perform as mini-storefronts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and blogs. Shoppost launched in June 2014, and is already in use by the Amazon Webstore, Shopify and Bigcommerce merchant communities. Zantler is headquartered in Seattle.
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