Now Controls 54% Of Online Sales In The USA For The First Two Months Of This Year. It beats all other online sellers, big and small, COMBINED.
- Has 62 Million Visits Per Day Just In The USA.
90 Million Amazon Prime Members With Free Shipping Perks. This Makes A Lot Of Webstores Uncompetitive. BTW, Amazon Is Still Collecting “Prime” Fees So Its Still Making Money On Shipping.
- Still Does Not Require The Customer To Pay Sales Tax On The Majority Of Products. Depending On What State You Have Presence In That Can Give A Significant Advantage Over Your Webstore.
- Only 33 Of The Top 162 Brands (20%) Have More Than One SKU Showing In The Search Results.
- The Average Number of Customer Reviews Per SKU is 123. Half Of The Number Of SKUs Did not Achieve 32 Reviews.
- Absolutely Dominating Some Categories Online. For Instance, Amazon Controls 91% Of Online Sales For All Skincare Products.
- Conversion Rate Of 8.3%. How Does That Rate Compare To Your Webstore?
- Amazon Is Literally Destroying Major Retailers. If You’re Not Successful On Amazon It Becomes More And More Difficult To Be Successful Online.
- The Median Revenue For The Month Of July For Hemp Brands Was $10,000. That Means Half Of The Brands Did Not Achieve That. And Half The Brands Sold More Than That.
- The Average Revenue Per Brand Was $27,000 For the Month Of July.
- The Top Selling Brand Generated $453,000 In Sales In July.
- Most Brands Are Not Effective in Getting Customer Reviews, A Critical Success Factor On Amazon.