5 Interesting Stories from the World of Ecommerce This Week

  • Ecommerce Amazon News This Week

Welcome to Ecommerce Weekly, FeedbackExpress’ review of the top ecommerce, Amazon and eBay news from around the Web this week.

Amazon UK to use live music gigs to attract Prime subscribers: Dan Wilson at Tamebay reports that Jeff Bezos wants to make the attractions of Amazon Prime even better. The various existing attractions include delivery perks, music and videos, the Kindle library and much more for £79 a year in the UK. Now, Amazon is adding access to live music gigs via video to draw in new users. Continue reading…

Amazon’s new bestseller list tracks what people are actually reading: Andrew Liptak at The Verge reports that Amazon is launching a new bestseller list called Amazon Charts, which will track the top 20 books sold and the top 20 books being read that week. The list will provide a more stable snapshot of the week’s bestselling and most-read books and incorporate data from physical books, Kindle books and Audible audiobooks. Continue reading…

Amazon is hiring people to break into the multibillion-dollar pharmacy market: Christina Farr at CNBC reports that Amazon is hiring people to figure out how they can break into the multibillion-dollar pharmacy market. For the last few years, Amazon has held at least one annual meeting at its Seattle headquarters to discuss whether it should enter the pharmacy business. But this year, it’s ready to get more serious. Continue reading…

Is Amazon a threat to your business?: Chris Dawson at Tamebay reports that according to a report by SLI Systems, 36% of online businesses view Amazon as more of a threat than last year and 35% consider it to be just as much a threat as a year ago. Of those surveyed, 71% of online businesses consider Amazon to be a threat to their future. Continue reading…

6 reasons why your Amazon sales may have dropped: Our friends at RepricerExpress have compiled a blog outlining six reasons why you might be experiencing a sales slump on Amazon. In a lot of cases, it will be a temporary thing and sales will even themselves out but if not, then it’s worth investigating the reason(s) why. For example, you may have lost the Buy Box or received a bad feedback which is impacting on your sales figures. Continue reading…

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2017-05-24T11:44:24+00:00

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