Amazon has launched a new social media marketing program for its online store.
The company said the program, called Bulldog, will give its shoppers the chance to earn an Amazon promo credit.
The program will offer discounts on a variety of products and offers from Amazon.com and third-party sellers.
Amazon says it plans to launch the program for at least three months.
Bulldog will allow shoppers to earn Amazon promo credits for the products they purchase, including books, apparel, home decor, and toys.
Amazon said it will work with sellers and consumers to set up Bulldog campaigns and to help retailers build partnerships with the company.
Bulldozers can earn Amazon credit for all items they sell, and can also earn Amazon credits for products that are returned, returned with new tags, and sold as an after-sale gift.
Amazon also said it plans on offering the program in its Prime store, where shoppers can also use Amazon promotions.
Bulldogs can also be used to pay for Amazon gift cards, Amazon’s new program also includes a $15 Amazon Prime shipping credit for every Bulldog purchased.
Bullie is not a synonyms for “bully” or “bitch” in English.
Amazon’s bulldog promotion comes as other companies have been ramping up their promotion efforts for shoppers to take advantage of Amazon’s discount offer.
Last month, Walmart said it would offer a $100 Amazon Prime credit card for any Bulldog that is used in its holiday sale.
Last year, Target announced a $150 Amazon Prime card with the same $100 credit.
In addition to Bulldog and Prime cards, Target has launched an Amazon Prime gift card for its shoppers that will be available in the next few weeks.
The Amazon promotion also marks the third time that Amazon has offered a promotion for a synonymous word in its online marketplace.
Last fall, the company announced that it would be launching a program that would allow shoppers who are searching for synonyms to earn credits for synonym searches.
The website has now changed its name from Bulldog to Bulldogs for all synonyms.
Bullies and bulldogs are a common synonym that is frequently used in English as well as in English-speaking countries around the world.