The Treehouse + The Cave

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Monday, January 10, 2005

Customer Images

Finally, I will be able to download decent cover art from Amazon, as they've made a very smart (and interesting) move. Instead of bumping up the res of their cover images (as they've done in the past) they've gone with a much more innovative, broad, and cost effective solution: They're letting their customers submit images associated with every product they sell. You can not only upload gorgeous scans of vintage records, but also any image you'd like. The idea is that through a user-generated visual forum, potential customers will get a much better idea of what they're buying. I think Amazon will be right.

Amazon's "Customer Images" Program

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