Made In America Store Launches New Social Media Websites

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The Made In America Store reaches to other social media websites with information from Google+ & Twitter, blogs from Tumblr, a check-in service from FourSquare and a picture sharing site called Pinterest.

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The future of marketing has an important place in social media. The consumers benefit from having such an intricate society of networks talking and sharing information. People can now share their own testimonials about products and services, while backing or demeaning a service or store.

The Made In America Store offers consumers a place to see new products that are being introduced, converse about the 100% American manufactured items and help potential vendors to pitch their products. It also gives the Made In America Store a place to read complaints and problems about the store or customer service.

Social media puts the consumers in charge of the market. Instead of stores introducing products that customers just wouldn't be interested in, people can talk about what they'd like to see or what changes need to be made to a product line up. Both the consumer and the store benefits through this network.

The internet also offers a further reach when it comes to getting the message out. Companies now have an outlet to reach new potential customers.

Twitter, Google+ and Facebook allow users to contribute ideas in a social manner for all the public to see. Consumers can chat with other people about products or even review the Made In America Store's product lineup. Also it gives the store a chance to post new items and let it's followers know what events the Made In America Store is hosting.

FourSquare allows followers to digitally "check in" with their smartphones to where they are. Businesses can also reward consumers who visit the store with special coupons based on how many times they visit or how much they spend.

Pinterest gives the Made In America Store a chance to show their story through a series of pictures and articles. Pinterest let's users be a little more creative than with Facebook or Twitter.

The Made In America store also offers special deals and coupons through a lot of their Social Media websites. Right now through FourSquare you can receive a 5% discount coupon for visiting the store three times in the month of February.

The Made In America Store offers consumers a 100% American made guarantee on all their products.

You can follow the Made In America Store on such social networks as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Tumblr and FourSquare!

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