Prime Day Crystal Ball: What Will This Year Bring?

| Daniela Forte

Amazon announced Prime Day will be a two-day event starting at midnight on July 15. If you think that somehow this concocted shopping holiday has lost steam over the years, you’d be mistaken. Here is a look into the crystal ball to find out what this Prime Day is expected to bring.

Understanding Your Selling Options on Amazon

| James Gagliardi

As merchants search for ways to offer shoppers the convenient buying experience they desire, Amazon has reigned as a top choice. But navigating the increasingly complex web of ecommerce can be tricky. There are critical factors to review when choosing the best Amazon distribution model for your business.

Wayfair Grows Revenue 44% in 2018 But Doubles Net Loss

| Daniela Forte

Ecommerce home furnishings giant Wayfair increased its fourth quarter sales 40.6% to $1.99 billion, but saw its Q4 net loss balloon to $143.8 million, nearly doubling the $72.8 million loss from the same period in 2017. The company accentuated the positive, emphasizing its holiday season and flash sale performance to analysts.

Walmart Removes Products from Google Express, Shopping Actions

| Daniela Forte

Walmart is removing its products from the Google Express delivery service and the Google Shopping Actions platform, after offering them there for a little over a year in an effort to grow ecommerce sales and do battle with Amazon. Here is a look back at the Google and Walmart partnership.

More than Half of U.S. Brands Are Selling on Amazon

| Daniela Forte

Amazon has taken ownership of the U.S. ecommerce journey, with nearly nine out of 10 domestic shoppers visiting the marketplace during their purchase cycle and 50% of them beginning product searches there, according to data from Feedvisor.

Amazon Announces Two New East Coast Headquarters

| Daniela Forte

As expected, Amazon announced two new headquarters on the East Coast, one in Long Island City, NY and one in Arlington, VA, with plans to invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs. This ended a 14-month process that had 240 U.S. cities selling themselves and offering huge incentives. See details of the two new locations as well as plans for a center of excellence in Nashville.

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