“Amazon is the leading e-retailer in the United States with close to $232 billion of net sales in 2018.”
Amazon is a world-renowned marketplace, with more than 200 million unique visitors per month in the United States alone. With such surging numbers, it has become the world’s number one search engine for products. No wonder businesses of all sizes are striving to get a foothold on Amazon.
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The ongoing battle between the two tech giants – Amazon and Google is heating up intensely. In fact, Amazon has been dominating Google in product searches of late. According to a report by Jumpshot, Amazon witnessed a substantial growth from 46% to 54% (2015-2018), while Google observed a sharp decline from 54% to 46% in the same time period. In simple words, Google has started losing its unwavering dominance as the go-to platform for product search queries.
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Making it big as a seller isn’t as easy as it sounds. The fiery competition and ever-increasing customer demands only make it harder. To understand things better, let’s see things from a buyer’s perspective first. Shoppers look for products that can be easily identified as meeting their needs. Consider a retail store for example. Customers make use of several senses, including touch in order to arrive at a decision. But online shopping leaves no room for the coveted touch factor. How then a customer is supposed to judge your product? The answer is your product image, which with its visual appeal, makes up for the lack of touch.
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With its 2017 net sales reaching an astounding $178 billion mark in the United States,
Amazon has become synonymous with eCommerce in many aspects. It is no wonder that it is becoming the first choice for sellers who are new to the eCommerce terrain.
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