We Use Data to Identify the Future of Retail

We collect more data on e-commerce marketplaces than any organization in the world. We have developed a technology platform that monitors millions of data points on e-commerce marketplaces including Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Etsy, Alibaba, Rakuten, Mercado Libre, etc.

Et tu, Amazon Buy Box?

Et tu, Amazon Buy Box?

The Buy Box is as old as the Amazon marketplace and is built on a core principle which has survived for decades - many sellers can source the same product. But today the Buy Box sounds increasingly less relevant.

It’s Not Enough to Make a Product

It’s Not Enough to Make a Product

It's not enough to make a product. There are more products and brands being launched every day than the number of customers grows on Amazon. Hence advertising on Amazon is no longer an option, but a requirement.

Amazon Brand Agency Industry

Amazon Brand Agency Industry

The struggles of brands on Amazon, and many more standing by the sidelines trying to decide what to do, has over the past few years created a new industry - Amazon brand agencies.

Join Us at Private Label Pulse 2018

Join Us at Private Label Pulse 2018

Private Label Pulse is a one-day event where we discuss strategies used by the top performing private label sellers. This August 21st in New York City we'll explore how to grow on Amazon.

US E-Commerce Without Amazon

US E-Commerce Without Amazon

E-commerce in the US is growing merely 5.6% if not for the 29% growth of Amazon which raises the overall growth to 16%.

World Cup 2018 on Amazon

World Cup 2018 on Amazon

Inspired by the World Cup we looked at the shopping patterns on Amazon to see which teams and star players are most supported. The most popular is the Mexico national team jersey. Followed by Argentina, then Germany, Brazil, and finally Portugal.

Chicken or the Egg in Amazon Australia

Chicken or the Egg in Amazon Australia

The launch of Amazon.com.au, the growth of the marketplace, and the launch of FBA followed by Prime membership is a display of how marketplaces get bootstrapped.

Where AmazonBasics is Winning

Where AmazonBasics is Winning

AmazonBasics private label brand is getting better at both launching successful products and expanding to more categories. One of the AmazonBasics products is in the Top 100 in 170 categories, up from 150 four months ago. 725 different AmazonBasics products are in the Top 100 in any category, up from 550.

Hundreds of articles

+100 articles

We compute, analyze and share data you can’t find anywhere else to help you predict what’s next in e-commerce.

Millions of sellers

Millions of sellers

We have the largest ecommerce data set including millions of sellers and brands. The data set is frequently updated, and we are always adding new features.

Dozens of marketplaces

Major marketplaces

We have developed proprietary technology allowing us to monitor and analyze world's dominant ecommerce platforms like Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Etsy, etc.

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