Amazon Prime Day is back on July 16, bringing customers awesome deals on one of the biggest online shopping days of the year. More devices coming online means you'll be able to reach even more customers with your Alexa skills. This is the perfect opportunity to engage new customers via voice.
Learn How to Make the Most of Prime Day
It's important you make sure your skill is in tip-top shape to make the most of Prime Day. To get your skill ready for prime time, join us on Twitch on July 12 at 10 a.m. PST for a live stream to learn how to design, build, and launch conversational skills that deliver customer value and drive habitual use.
Since great skills combine good design with solid code, we will talk about both during the Twitch stream. In addition to skill-building tips, we’ll share exclusive insights from best-selling author Gary Vaynerchuk to help you get inspired. You’ll learn why Vaynerchuck is excited about the future of voice, what customers love in an engaging voice experience, and our vision for the future of voice UIs. We’ll also share stories about how some of the most successful skill developers in the world are building their businesses with Alexa. Learn more and save the date.
The Amazon Alexa Twitch channel is a great place to interact with experts from the Alexa team. This two-hour stream will present plenty of opportunities to chat and ask questions. We’re always thinking about delivering great customer experiences, and we would love to hear your thoughts too. Make sure you click the "Remind Me" button on the Twitch event page, and we'll ping you when the stream starts.
Join Us Every Week on Twitch
You can find the Alexa team on Twitch every week at twitch.tv/amazonalexa. If you would like to get notifications every time we stream, make sure to follow our channel by clicking the purple heart icon. You can also tune into Twitch every Tuesday at 1 p.m. PST for Alexa Office Hours. During these weekly one-hour sessions, a rotating cast of Alexa evangelists are available to answer your skill-building questions.
Source: Alexa Developer Blog