The Amazon Business account isn’t very well known, even though the program is more than three years old. But now that Amazon has pretty much ironed the kinks out of the program, they are encouraging Continue reading Do You Have an Amazon Business Account? Get one here!
Born between 1980 and 2000, the millennial generation right now, is the biggest in US history. That’s why brands nowadays are coming up with different marketing strategies that will appeal to this generation. And Jet.com is the latest e-commerce marketplace to jump in. Continue reading Jet.com is Launching a Millennial-Focused Grocery Brand
Tomorrow, stockholders of Whole Foods are expected to approve the $13.7 billion agreement with Amazon to purchase their entire company. When this takeover is completed, the retail giant will now have access to all Whole Foods stores, which can also be distribution points for its online grocery service, AmazonFresh. Continue reading Walmart Teams Up with Uber to Expand its Online Grocery Service
Mini drones, underground delivery system, flying and underwater warehouses – these are just few of Amazon’s most ambitious patents. Yeah, Jeff Bezos truly reigns as the King of crazy, possibly brilliant ideas, and it’s already threatening its competitors.
In a bid to keep up with Amazon, Walmart filed a kind of creepy patent that aims to improve its customer service (and keep the customers they already have). Continue reading Walmart Wants to Track Your Emotions While Shopping
Photobucket, an American image and video hosting online community, has been letting users upload and host images for free since 2003. But a recent change in its terms of service broke billions of photos across the web, including those on Amazon Continue reading Photobucket Faces Social Media Backlash from Furious Online Sellers and Bloggers