We believe to have collected more data on e-commerce than any organization in the world. We monitor millions of marketplace sellers and brands.
We have developed proprietary technology allowing us to analyze e-commerce marketplaces including Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Etsy, etc.
Some of the data is available publicly like the top Amazon.com sellers and trending Amazon.com sellers lists, but there is more. For example, from the moment an Amazon or eBay seller joins the marketplace, we track their sales performance, products sold, fulfillment options used, and other metrics as often as daily.
We also use data science for our research articles, which uniquely allows us to analyze markets and trends. Combined with statistics from government and earnings reports we look at what’s next in e-commerce.
However, we do not sell databases of business contacts, nor are we able to help to mass-contact sellers.
Sales performance, products sold, fulfillment options used, and other metrics as often as daily from the moment an Amazon or eBay seller joins the marketplace.
Number of products sold, reviews and ratings information, marketplace competition, categories, and other data for all brands on leading marketplaces.
Statistics and metrics compiled from press releases, government and financial earnings reports, and our proprietary data.
Here are some of the most recent research articles. They are often highlighting and researching a particular metric which we were able to track and find insight from.
One of the most commonly asked questions about the Amazon marketplace, apart from how many sellers are selling on the platform, is how many sellers have sales greater than $100 million, or more than $1 million. We finally wanted to tackle this question.
Amazon updated the Buyer-Seller Messaging system on March 28th to allow customers to opt-out of unwanted emails from sellers. Now asking for reviews was deemed nonessential, and customers could put a stop to it. Because of this since March the marketplace sellers feedback volume has decreased by 37 percent.
One of biggest mysteries about the Amazon marketplace is just how big it is. The only time Amazon has ever publicly mentioned this was in January 2015 when they said that there are more than 2 million sellers. The thing is, today there are at least 4 million sellers. Likely as much as 5 million sellers. But just like the 2 million figure from 2015, this is a meaningless metric.
Etsy has recently implemented Etsy Payments, an improved and rebranded Direct Checkout, requiring all sellers to use it. This has caused a big uproar among sellers, some of which felt like they were being forced to use a lesser option. Starting June 1st any shop without Etsy Payments enabled was suspended.