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We believe to have collected more data on e-commerce than any organization in the world. We monitor millions of sellers and brands in major marketplaces worldwide to bring you trusted insights, business intelligence, and unique e-commerce data.

Amazon Australia One Month Later

Amazon Australia One Month Later

Amazon launched in Australia in December last year. One month later the marketplace attracted over 5,000 sellers. In fact, Amazon Australia is the fastest growing marketplace relative to its size. 55 new sellers join every day.

Retail Is Still Boring

Retail Is Still Boring

Retail works best when it is boring, and profitable. As much as there is innovation on how customers shop, and what products get made, at the end of the day it is about supply and demand.

140,000 Sellers Surpassed $100,000 in Sales on Amazon in 2017

140,000 Sellers Surpassed $100,000 in Sales on Amazon in 2017

In a statement issued this morning Amazon announced that more than 140,000 sellers surpassed $100,000 in sales on Amazon marketplace in 2017. Amazon also said that more than 300,000 US-based sellers started selling on Amazon last year.

China Is a Third of Amazon Marketplace

China Is a Third of Amazon Marketplace

Physical goods are rarely made in the US. Often the country of origin is China. China has been exporting goods to the US for decades, but now Chinese manufacturers want to sell direct-to-consumer. Marketplaces like Amazon are a perfect avenue.

Can You Trust a Product Review on Amazon

Can You Trust a Product Review on Amazon

Nothing describes the Amazon product reviews problem as well as Goodhart's law: when a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure.

100 Million Seller Reviews on Amazon Marketplace

100 Million Seller Reviews on Amazon Marketplace

In the last twelve months 113,098,076 seller reviews were left for Amazon marketplace sellers. Each seller on the marketplace receives seller feedback reviews from customers after a purchase. That's 309,857 seller reviews every day, 12,910 every hour, and 215 every minute.

Brands Don't Want to Be on Amazon So Bad They Had a Court Step In

Brands Don't Want to Be on Amazon So Bad They Had a Court Step In

Longterm success of Amazon, or any other platform for that matter, lies on its ability to make brands like it. Not one likes it today. Brands don't want to be on Amazon so bad they needed to have the European Court of Justice step in.

What Is a Brand in the Age of Amazon

What Is a Brand in the Age of Amazon

Putting aside the thousands of private-label brands, which are rarely more than a logo glued to an existing product, there are true new products being created for the Amazon market. They are often born from the data and insights on Amazon, and are digitally-native on Amazon alone. They don't involve retailers, they don't sell anywhere else - all they do is play the Amazon game really well.

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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.