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Journalists all over the globe rely on our insights and data for their stories. Here are some of the most recent articles Marketplace Pulse was featured in.

Don’t expect Google to compete with Amazon in e-commerce anytime soon

“While leaders in the space are getting bigger and the bigger, the harder it gets for Google to compete with them,” said e-commerce analyst Juozas Kaziukėnas. “It would take a massive change in the way we [shop] and it’s just unclear what it wants to do to become a serious player in shopping. It looks like they’re shooting for a few different ideas but there’s no master plan for what they want to become when it comes to commerce.”

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How Amazon Wins: By Steamrolling Rivals and Partners

So the Goodthreads managers took steps to help searches for “J.Crew” show results that included Goodthreads, according to the person. Goodthreads is now one of Amazon’s top 10 private-label brands, according to e-commerce intelligence firm Marketplace Pulse.

The Wall Street Journal
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Investors pour $1bn into buying up small merchants on Amazon

Independent merchants on Amazon’s vast marketplace will make more than $200bn of sales this year, analysts predict, and tens of thousands of them have revenues of more than $1m a year, according to industry experts.

New ecommerce start-ups are raising huge rounds to buy up small Amazon Marketplace sellers. Source: Marketplace Pulse.

Financial Times
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Vaccines are finally here. But could they affect holiday shipping?

Juozas “Joe” Kaziukėnas, founder and CEO of Marketplace Pulse, a service that tracks Amazon performance, agreed so far, so good.

“It’s clear that both Amazon and the rest of the e-commerce world didn’t break completely — everything is still moving at a high enough pace that it’s been manageable,” he said.

Miami Herald
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Wish, the Online Dollar Store, Is Losing Momentum Before IPO

“They’re underperforming the e-commerce market both in the U.S. and Europe,” says Juozas Kaziukenas, founder of the research firm Marketplace Pulse. “That, to me, is a concern.”

“They are quite literally buying sales,” Kaziukenas says. “I don’t know where that goes in the future, as Facebook and other marketing channels become more expensive. That’s a channel that will continue to eat into any sort of profitability.”

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Breaking down Reliance vs Amazon: Long and short of epic battle for Indian e-commerce bragging rights

Amazon India’s base of 7 lakh sellers, which are mostly micro-businesses, recently surpassed the U.K. and Germany marketplaces to become the second-largest marketplace in terms of the number of sellers. In fact, Amazon has been onboarding more sellers on its India marketplace than in other markets where it is present except the US, according to Marketplace Pulse research. The company has been adding 20,000 sellers over the past few months.

The Financial Express
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How Wish, the $30bn anti-Amazon, found success by breaking the rules of online shopping

“If Amazon optimised shopping for convenience, Wish is by far optimised for price, says Juozas Kaziukėnas, the chief executive of Marketplace Pulse, which monitors ecommerce.

“By focusing on price, you give up the rest, which in the case of Wish is shipping speed.”

A more imminent danger is that the cheap shipping that Wish has been built on is coming to an end.

“Wish is using a business model with an expiration date,” says Kaziukėnas.

“It’s not clear when the expiration date is going to come. But it’s coming.”

The Telegraph
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Five ways Jeff Bezos can keep Amazon on top

“For years, Amazon has grown faster than the overall market,” said e-commerce analyst Juozas Kaziukenas. “For the past couple of quarters, it is the rest of the market that has seen a massive acceleration. It’s a pretty unique moment.”

Bezos’s goal is to turn Amazon into the rails on which all e-commerce runs. “Physical infrastructure of e-commerce is going to be the biggest battlefront for the future,” said Kaziukenas.

The Sunday Times
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Quelle place pour les commerçants français sur Amazon ?

Ainsi, d'après les données compilées par le site Marketplace Pulse, 7 700 commerçants européens ont réussi à dépasser le million de dollars de ventes en 2019. Parmi eux, seulement 300 étaient français. Les vendeurs allemands et britanniques figurent en tête.

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Amazon’s hiring spree of hundreds of thousands of workers gets its real test starting Black Friday

It’s unclear whether consumers will actually select no-rush shipping at checkout, since even with a digital reward, “it’s a pretty hard sell,” said Juozas Kaziukenas, who runs e-commerce research firm Marketplace Pulse.

“Amazon can’t just push people into weeklong deliveries, because there’s already plenty of people who complain about Prime and not getting things in two days,” Kaziukenas said. “If they did it aggressively, that would only increase.”

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Amazon launches first online store in the Nordics, gets off to rocky start

“Many products on Amazon Sweden came from auto-translated listings on other Amazon marketplaces, which enabled it to have a deep catalog on day one, but has unfortunately resulted in many wrong, sometimes comical, and even offensive Swedish translations,” wrote Juozas Kaziukenas, founder of e-commerece intelligence firm Marketplace Pulse.

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Etsy Bet on Face Masks. So Far It Is Paying Off.

The platform is currently adding between 45,000 to 50,000 new sellers a week, and already has outstripped the total number of sellers added last year, according to data from Marketplace Pulse, a research firm. Half of those new sellers are based in the U.S., a significant jump over the past two years, said Marketplace Pulse founder Juozas Kaziukenas.

The Wall Street Journal
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