Amazon Prime Day was one of the largest e-commerce sales days of the year. Even businesses who don’t sell on Amazon were able to cash in on what is typically a slow summer season and see an increase in sales. The dates for Prime Day 2018 are July 16-17, and we’re here to help you prepare for this year’s e-commerce sales extravaganza with an Amazon Prime Day prep checklist.
First, a few important stats about Amazon Prime Day:
- Amazon said it sold over 100,000 laptops, 200,000 televisions, 300,000 headphones, 350,000 luxury beauty products and more than 1 million toys on Prime Day 2019
- Amazon’s search index increased 184% in the first 24 hours of Prime Day 2019
- Niche retailers, which Adobe classifies as those that bring in less than $5 million in annual sales, saw a 28% lift in digital sales due to Amazon Prime Day
In the below Amazon Prime Day prep checklist, you’ll find tips for preparing your inventory, managing customer communication strategies, and how to make sure you’re prepared for quick shipping turnaround times.
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