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Leaked document shows the terms that Amazon is offering influencers to sell products — and it's paying big commissions for Amazon's own brands

Amazon is stepping up its efforts to sign up influencers for its affiliate program. In recent weeks, a number of small creators have signed up and been approved for the Amazon Influencer Program. Business Insider obtained a copy of Amazon's terms of the deals, including details on how much influencers are paid to sell items. Commissions are as high as 10% for Amazon's private fashion line and as little as 1% for video games and consoles. Amazon is inching in on influencers. For two years, the...
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Amazon is now paying influencers big commissions to sell its products. We got a leaked document that shows how it all works

Amazon is stepping up its efforts to sign up influencers for its affiliate program. In recent weeks, a number of small creators have signed up and been approved for the Amazon Influencer Program. Business Insider obtained a copy of Amazon's terms of the deals, including details on how much influencers are paid to sell items. Commissions are as high as 10% for Amazon's private fashion line and as little as 1% for video games and consoles. Amazon is inching in on influencers. For two years, the...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Instagram, Etsy, Trends, Amazon Prime, New York Times, Commission, Levi, Jillian Michaels, Justine Ezarik, Amazon Fresh, Marie Kondo, Facebook Each, YouTube Instagram, Amazon Business


End of The Year Message

2019 promises to be full of new opportunities to learn from one another and the one thing that is constant will be change! In 2018 we saw changes such as: More and more CPG companies turning to e-commerce for growth and direct-to-consumer connection — the convergence of online with brick-and-mortar, emphasis on the end-to-end consumer experience from search and buy to delivery and post-sales service. More B2B e-commerce as well. Firms will need new capabilities and competencies to keep pace and...
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An Amazon bull says the company's stock is his 'best idea' for 2019. Here's why (AMZN)

Cowen Equity Research analyst John Blackledge called Amazon his "best idea for 2019."  Blackledge is bullish on all the major parts of the company's business. He think its advertising and cloud efforts will drive sales and cash flow. But he thinks even its older e-commerce business will give it a significant boost. If you ask John Blackledge, a financial analyst at Cowen Equity Research, you can't find a better bet for next year than Amazon.  The company has numerous opportunities ahead of it...
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'Every rockstar needs a break': Here's what Wall Street is saying about Amazon's disappointing guidance (AMZN)

Amazon on Thursday posted third-quarter earnings that beat on profits but missed on sales. Shares are now under pressure, as investors worry about its  softer-than-anticipated revenue forecast for the coming holiday season. The tech giant earned $5.75 a share, well above the $3.11  expected by Wall Street analysts. But the company's  $56.6 billion sales fell short of the $57.1 billion that was anticipated. More disappointingly, the retailer said it will generate  $3 to $5.54 earnings per s...
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Amazon is beefing up its new version of Prime just for businesses (AMZN)

Amazon announced new perks for subscribers to its Business Prime offering on Tuesday. In addition to unlimited free two-day shipping, Amazon is expanding the perk to include same-day and one-day shipping for free on select items. It's also adding spending analytics and controls for its higher tiers of service so that businesses can see and control how much they are spending. The Amazon Business marketplace is becoming a fast-growing sector for the company. Amazon is rolling up its sle...
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Amazon debuts no-fee AmEx card to lure small-business spending

Amazon.com and American Express are upping the ante in their bid for small-business spending. The two companies unveiled a new co-branded card for small businesses on Tuesday. Cardholders with an Amazon Prime membership will be able to choose between an interest-free loan for 90 days or 5 percent back on purchases made at Amazon.com, Amazon Business, Amazon Web Services and Whole Foods Market, the companies said in a statement. The no-fee metal card will also offer 2 percent back on purchases at...
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Amazon Business Prime adds same-day and 1-day shipping, among other benefits

Amazon’s version of Prime aimed at business users is gaining a handful of new perks, the retailer announced this morning. Unlike the consumer version of Prime, the new benefits aren’t focused around entertainment – like access to streaming music or movies, for example – but are instead meant to help business customers gain better insight and control over their Amazon spending. Business customers in the U.S. also today gain access to free same-day and one-day shipping on over a million items on o...
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The march of Amazon Business has resellers quaking in their booties

'To team up with Amazon is like to team up with the devil' Canalys Channels Forum 2018 Pity the poor resellers, because Jeff Bezos and his Amazon Business business is coming for their business, and they'll play ball with him at their own peril, so an analyst claims.…
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B2B commerce has arrived. It’s big, it’s urgent, and it’s got to get done

Former Forrester analyst and founder of B2B Paradigm, Andy Hoar, in collaboration with Vertical Web Media brought a much-needed conference to B2B companies attempting to “reinvent for a digital-first economy”. Over 700 B2B commerce practitioners from manufacturers and distributors of all sizes and specialties convened in Chicago for three days to evolve or begin their digital commerce strategy. The session and workshop packed event left no room to question “should I” or “shouldn’t I”. It was all...
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The Business Advantage You May Be Missing: How Embracing Automation Can Help Businesses Grow

By Pablo Ribas As technology continues to advance, more companies can take advantage of the tools that bring their businesses to the next level. However, for many business owners, automation falls low on the list of priorities because it feels overwhelming—and that impression is all the more likely to exist among companies with limited resources. As with any new technology, automation comes with its own jargon. However, despite all the talk of networks, algorithms, and mathematics, automation is...
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Amazon has quietly taken a big and fast-growing stake in a $7 trillion market (AMZN)

In addition to Amazon Web Services and its advertising initiative, Amazon has another fast-growing business — its business-to-business marketplace. Sales through Amazon Business have now reached an annual rate of $10 billion, and the marketplace is being used by "millions of businesses" around the globe. Total sales through the marketplace could exceed $25 billion by 2021, said Colin Sebastian in a new research note. Amazon is known as the leading online store for consumers, but it's quickly ...
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Amazon’s sales pitch to corporate buyers turns into $10 billion business

Amazon Business, the company’s business-to-business sales program, is on track to generate cumulative sales of more than $10 billion over 12 months.
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Amazon has quietly built a $10 billion platform selling goods to businesses

Amazon Business, which specialises in selling goods to businesses, has hit $10 billion in annual sales worldwide. Amazon launched the new business line in 2015. It stocks over 250 million products and has special business-friendly features, such as VAT receipt services. Growth is accelerating and the UK head of Amazon Business says the company is doubling down on the platform. Amazon said on Tuesday that its specialist business supplies sales portal has now hit $10 billion in annual sales. Fo...
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Back-to-School Tips for Retailers, Do Your Social Platforms Need a Different Logo?, All-in-One Software Solution to Help Your Business Grow and Other Things Entrepreneurs need to Know

16 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know   By Rieva Lesonsky   1—How Startups Can Make a Lasting Impression Making a good impression is important for all business, but for startups it’s especially crucial. Check out this visual guide from CM Brand to help your business develop a positive lasting impression.   2—How to Win Customers’ Loyalty How do you win your customers’ loyalty these days, in an ever-increasing competitive market. Check out this report from Kobie Marketing, Loyalty in the Age...
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Online hardware store BuildDirect brings in new leadership as it refocuses on pros

BuildDirect, the Vancouver, BC.-based online home improvement store, went through a tough transition in recent months. In late October 2017, the company’s co-founder and CEO Jeff Booth stepped back from his job days before the company filed for the Canadian equivalent of bankruptcy protection. It then installed former Amazon executive Dan Park, who had only joined the company only a few weeks before, as its new CEO. Under Park, BuildDirect successfully restructured its debt and balance sheet ...
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Amazon Adds New Essentials Tier to Business Prime Shipping Service

When Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced its Prime Business shipping service in October of 2017, it gave businesses the same convenience it did consumer with unlimited shipping. But the lowest tier of the service started with up to 10 users, pricing out many smaller businesses. Amazon Business Prime Shipping Essentials Tiers The new tier, called Essentials is going to allow businesses with up to three users to start using the service for $179 per year. This is much lower than the $499 annual pric...
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Health leaders say Amazon will disrupt medical supply delivery — Cerner, VA finalize $10 billion deal — Clover Health bets on in-home primary care

Welcome to Digital Health Briefing, the newsletter providing the latest news, data, and insight on how digital technology is disrupting the healthcare ecosystem, produced by Business Insider Intelligence. Sign up and receive Digital Health Briefing free to your inbox. Have feedback? We'd like to hear from you. Write me at: [email protected] MOST HEALTHCARE EXECS EXPECT AMAZON TO DISRUPT MEDICAL SUPPLY MARKET: Three-quarters of US healthcare executives expect that Amazon will disrup...
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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Health leaders say Amazon will disrupt medical supply delivery — Cerner, VA finalize $10 billion deal — Clover Health bets on in-home primary care

Welcome to Digital Health Briefing, the newsletter providing the latest news, data, and insight on how digital technology is disrupting the healthcare ecosystem, produced by Business Insider Intelligence. Sign up and receive Digital Health Briefing free to your inbox. Have feedback? We'd like to hear from you. Write me at: [email protected] MOST HEALTHCARE EXECS EXPECT AMAZON TO DISRUPT MEDICAL SUPPLY MARKET: Three-quarters of US healthcare executives expect that Amazon will disrup...
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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Amazon sets aside drug ambitions — Google considers bid for Nokia's digital health business — Optum revenue hits double-digits

Welcome to Digital Health Briefing, the newsletter providing the latest news, data, and insight on how digital technology is disrupting the healthcare ecosystem, produced by Business Insider Intelligence. Sign up and receive Digital Health Briefing free to your inbox. Have feedback? We'd like to hear from you. Write me at: [email protected] AMAZON’S PHARMA PUSH TAKES BACK SEAT TO OTHER PLANS: Amazon is setting aside its rumored efforts to distribute pharmaceuticals to US healthcare sy...
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Amazon Shelves Plan To Sell Prescription Drugs

Major Blud writes: CNBC is reporting that Amazon Business, which considered selling pharmaceutical products last year, has put its plans to do so on hiatus. "The change in plan comes partly because Amazon has not been able to convince big hospitals to change their traditional purchasing process, which typically involves a number of middlemen and loyal relationships," reports CNBC. Amazon was able to gain licensing in 47 out of the 50 U.S. states, but has struggled to land contracts with large ho...
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10 things in tech you need to know today (FB, AMZN, SNAP, TWTR)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to start your week. 1. Facebook is under fire after one of its execs, Rob Goldman, railed against the Russia coverage in a tweet that Trump cited. Goldman, who said most Russian ads were bought after the 2016 presidential election, was retweeted by President Donald Trump as proof that the media is "fake news." 2. A Russian troll factory, among other entities, was found to have a $1.25 million (£890,000) monthly budget to interfere in the 2016 US electi...
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90,000 UK companies are now using Amazon's new business service

Amazon Business launched in the UK in April, letting businesses procure goods on the platform. Service already has 90,000 UK customers, from sole traders to FTSE 100 companies. LONDON — 90,000 UK companies are using Amazon Business just eight months after launch. Amazon disclosed the usage figures for its business procurement platform in the UK for the first time on Tuesday. Amazon Business launched in the US in 2015 and expanded to Britain in April of this year. "It's a one-stop shop for bu...
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Amazon Business Prime Shipping Changes the Game for Small Business Procurement

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) Business has launched Business Prime Shipping, allowing its business customers to benefit from unlimited fast and free shipping on tens of millions of items. Introducing Amazon Business Prime Shipping Amazon Business Prime Shipping is a paid annual membership program, which enables registered multi-user business customers to take advantage of unlimited fast and free shipping. The program is currently available for Amazon Business customers in the United States and Germany...
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Amazon Extends Prime's Two-Day Shipping Perk to Businesses

Amazon is trying to boost its business-sales program by borrowing a concept from its consumer-retail operation: speedier shipping through the Amazon Prime membership program. The Seattle retailer on Tuesday rolled out Business Prime Shipping, a paid annual program for corporate clients who buy through Amazon Business, the company's 2-year-old corporate-sales initiative. The new offer: unlimited two-day shipping on select items, similar to the company's delivery promise for the $99-a-year consu...
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Amazon takes on office supply retailers with launch of Business Prime Shipping

 Amazon is going after corporate customers in a big way today, with the announcement of a new paid membership program aimed at multi-user businesses in the U.S. and Germany. Called Business Prime Shipping, the program extends Prime’s free, two-day shipping benefits to all users with an Amazon Business account, allowing them to shop for office supplies and other company needs. The move is… Read More
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Amazon extends Prime’s two-day shipping perk to businesses

Amazon Business, the retailer’s portal for business-to-business sales, is getting its own version of Amazon Prime. Business Prime Shipping starts at $499 for up to 10 users, and brings unlimited two-day shipping on products from office supplies to janitorial products.
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Amazon opens its grocery delivery service to Amazon Business customers

 Amazon Business, the retailer’s free program for business customers offering fast shipping, discounts, purchase approvals, is now expanding to include grocery delivery from AmazonFresh. That means businesses can stock their employee break rooms with fresh goods, like produce, plus groceries and other items from local stores. The news was first announced in an email to Business customers… Read More
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Amazon's B2B Business Blows Past 1M Customer Mark

Amazon Business, launched in April 2015, this week announced that it had reached the 1 million customer milestone. "This is rapid growth," said Ray Wang, principal analyst at Constellation Research. It's attributable in part to a crossover effect from the large number of B2C customers Amazon has, he said. Amazon Business offers business-only pricing on millions of products, and access to more than 85,000 business sellers. Customers include hospitals, educational institutions, laboratories, d...
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Amazon says its office-supply business attracts big clients, defying skepticism

The Amazon Business office-supply unit has attracted large-business customers, despite a contention by the Federal Trade Commission and a U.S. district-court judge that Amazon would have trouble competing with Office Depot and Staples for these customers.
Tags: Amazon, Business, News, Retail, Federal Trade Commission, Office Depot, Amazon Business