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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.

Walmart+ Goes After Amazon Prime, But Is the New Service Worth It?

“I don’t think Walmart+ is a direct competitor with Prime,” says Juozas Kaziukėnas, founder of Marketplace Pulse, an e-commerce research company. “During the pandemic, Walmart has become one of the clear leaders in the online grocery market, and that’s where Walmart+ shines.”

Consumer Reports
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How Four Brothers Allegedly Fleeced $19 Million From Amazon

“So much of Vendor Central is automated, I’m sure there are ways to trick the system,” says Juozas Kaziukėnas, founder of the ecommerce intelligence firm Marketplace Pulse. “Amazon’s vendor managers are not managing every vendor account. Small ones are on autopilot.” Kaziukėnas says accounts on Vendor Central are also sometimes bought and sold, a violation of Amazon’s policies. After an account has been approved to sell products, it becomes extremely valuable.

Wired
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Amazon, grand gagnant des ventes

"Au lieu de comparer les prix et chercher des alternatives, une grande part de la population américaine et des autres marchés clés d'Amazon se sont tournés vers Amazon", note Juozas Kaziukenas, fondateur de Marketplace Pulse.

L'Echo
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Amazon Wins Loyal Walmart Shoppers as Americans Stampede Online

“Rather than price-compare or look for alternatives, a large portion of the U.S. population—as well as in other core Amazon markets—defaulted to Amazon,” says Juozas Kaziukenas, founder of Marketplace Pulse, a New York research firm that monitors the site. “They were able to default to Amazon because of its vast selection, so even as people went from shopping for masks to toilet paper to webcams to dumbbells to inflatable pools and back, Amazon had it. It’s not that other retailers didn’t have the same products at similar prices. The key was that customers didn’t look elsewhere.”

Bloomberg
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