As COVID restricts consumers to their homes, Amazon may be able to leverage their well-oiled ecommerce infrastructure to attract new customers to their grocery business.
There’s no doubt about it: 2019 was a big year for Amazon. With the company’s move to one-day shipping, updates and improvements to their ad products, and strong headway into the grocery space, there’s a lot to discuss. Let’s dive in.
Q3 Earnings Call Results
Along with the close of the markets yesterday evening came Amazon’s Q3 Earnings call, where Amazon reported a shrink in earnings year-over-year for the first time since June 2017. The company mostly attributes this to the tremendous cost of providing “free” one-day shipping for …
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.
Sellwin attended Amazon’s 2019 re:MARS event, an acronym that stands for “Machine Learning, Automation, Robotics and Space Travel.”
Amazon’s Q1 revenue from ad sales is showing the slowed growth. So what’s going on?