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Amazon’s New Ad Push Will Stretch From Twitch to its Packaging

Article shared from Engadget. Written by Richard Lawler, Senior New Editor. For months there has been discussion about Amazon expanding its focus on internet advertising, whether it’s through ad-supported video streaming, changes to Twitch or potentially on Alexa-connected smart devices. Now a New York Times article tracks analysts who are seeing pressure from the other end as companies increasingly make Amazon a […]

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Amazon Nearly Has Its Own Delivery Fleet

We all know that Amazon packages don’t just deliver themselves – well not yet, anyway. In July of this year, Amazon made an announcement, saying that it would be recruiting people interested in starting their own delivery business. These delivery companies would work for Amazon, moving packages from fulfilment centres to the doorsteps of customers. […]

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Online Sellers Insurance Attends 2018 Community Broker Network Conference

Online Sellers Insurance had the exciting opportunity to attend the 2018 Community Broker Network Conference (CBN) in Port Douglas. This is the 2nd Community Broker Network conference to be held – this year the conference’s theme was “Grow”.  The event was composed of thought-provoking presentations, inspiring keynote speakers and invaluable networking opportunities. This provided the ideal forum for all attendees […]

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How To Protect Yourself From The New Breed Of Sketchy Amazon Sellers

Article shared from Forbes. Written by Ken Kam for Forbes. Amazon’s stock is up over 60% so far this year, and earnings have grown even faster. However, at 174 times earnings, it is priced to perfection. If there is any part of the business that is not rock solid, it bears close scrutiny. In February I took a close look […]

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Amazon Must Clarify ‘Misleading’ One-Day Delivery Claim

Claims that Amazon is ‘misleading’ their Amazon Prime customers with one-day delivery claims has been highlighted as 270 people reported not getting their items by the next day. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) have since banned the Amazon Ad, saying the claim “must not appear again in its current form”, adding that shoppers were “likely […]

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