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Author: Lizzie Seibert

With Amazon having over 300 million users and 2 billion products, it’s one of the 5 biggest tech companies world-wide.  This is due to its enormous economy of scale and its ability to acquire retailers from every industry (think Whole Foods, Zappos, and audible). Given much less attention is the Amazon marketing strategy and the subtle psychological tricks it uses to create giant profit margins. Below are eight profitable psychological tricks of Amazon’s marketing strategy.

With the Baby Boomer generation now reaching retirement age, 99 percent will take at least one trip for leisure in the next year. But among Boomers surveyed by AARP in 2017, 49 percent are confident in planning their travels without online resources.  How then, can an e-commerce or travel business reach Baby Boomers? Here’s a list of the top Baby Boomer travel trends and tips for your business to reach them.

Last year, total spending for K-12 and college back to school shopping was $75.8 billion. In fact, the back-to-school shopping season is the second biggest time of the year for retailers, after the winter holidays. In this blog, we’ll look at some of the biggest trends in back to school marketing and discuss how to take advantage of these trends to increase your conversions.

When it comes down to it, color is 85 percent of the reason why a customer purchases a specific product. In fact, it takes 90 seconds for a customer to form an opinion about a product, and 90 percent of their opinion is affected by color. So while color isn’t everything – it’s close. In this blog, we’ll examine how your website can convert more customers with its colors.

In the marketing world, Father’s Day is longer than 24 hours. It’s a season, strategy, quota, and set of metrics – like any holiday. But the 2017 Father’s Day campaigns are unique, in that rather than giving you, the viewer, an idea of what kind person you want to be, the best ads show you who you want your dad to be – and how X product/service will get him there.