Hundreds of software companies help businesses sell on Amazon with inventory management, product research, pricing, fulfillment, advertising, accounting, taxes, and more. The landscape map covers the SaaS players providing services to Amazon sellers. While Amazon’s own Seller Central acts as a starting place, sellers and brands typically use other tools to augment or replace Seller Central’s functionality.Read the report
E-commerce sales in the U.S. are on target to exceed $1.1 trillion in 2023. But it will be the slowest year of growth since the 2009 recession.
Buy with Prime app for Shopify is now available to all merchants. The previously invite-only integration is now open to all merchants who already use or want to use Amazon's fulfillment network.
Amazon and Meta have partnered to link Facebook and Instagram accounts with Amazon, enable on-platform commerce, and share data for ad targeting.
Shopify's marketplace is now available on the web, and from afar, it looks like Amazon or any other online retailer. The new marketplace allows shoppers to search and buy all products hosted on Shopify.
Amazon planned to launch marketplaces in Chile, Colombia, Nigeria, and South Africa in early 2023. It did not launch in any of those new markets.
Influencers and their content, not brands, drive shopping on TikTok. TikTok is a content-first shopping platform.
eBay's new goal is to "reinvent the future of e-commerce for enthusiasts." It says it has 16 million of them.
American sellers on Amazon are losing market share to international sellers and are now making up less than 50% of the sellers.
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