Well, that was fun! Let’s unbox some facts and findings from Prime Day 2019.
Follow along with us as we keep track of the latest search trends surround Prime Day, what the competitors are doing, how the site is performing, and how the consumers and press are reacting.
We take a look at Prime Days past as we prep for 2019.
Luxury brands won’t sell on Amazon.com, but the online retail behemoth may already be too big to ignore.
Alexa, order sunscreen.
Now that Amazon accepts FSA and HSA dollars, CPG brands need to have the right strategies in place to benefit.
We went to re:MARS. Here’s what we saw.
Sellwin attended Amazon’s 2019 re:MARS event, an acronym that stands for “Machine Learning, Automation, Robotics and Space Travel.”
…and how their offering compares with Amazon’s.
Amazon acquired Sizmek’s ad tech.
Amazon is continuously building their own tech stack, and this is another move that signifies they are working to advance their business and compete with Google for non-endemic advertising clients.
Revenue from ad sales went down in Q1, but number don’t tell the full story.
Amazon’s Q1 revenue from ad sales is showing the slowed growth. So what’s going on?
It’s official! Sellwin launched this week to provide clients with holistic Amazon advertising strategy.
Until a foolproof system is put into place, responsibility is on brands to stay vigilant and play a strong role in policing fake reviews on Amazon.
Executions on Amazon can be personal, meaningful and allow your brand voice to be heard in ways that will truly stand out.
Sponsored Products are a powerful sales tool on Amazon, and help brands increase their brand equity on the site. Bringing it to Fresh creates a new way for brands to reach consumers.
One of the bigger stories of 2018 was Amazon shifting many brands to the Vendor Success Program, and as a result, taking away their Vendor Manager. Here’s why brands should consider this an opportunity rather than a punishment.