Amazon Statistics You Need to Know

Amazon is the largest online retailer in the world. But what does that mean for you? Is Amazon a good place to sell products? How much money are people spending on Amazon each year?

Here are some of the most important statistics about Amazon's business that you need to know in 2019.

Amazon Statistics You Need to Know

Amazon has more than 100 million Prime subscribers worldwide, according to estimates from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP). That's an increase of nearly 25% from last year. And if you include customers who have used a family member's membership, CIRP estimates there are over 150 million users of the service in the U.S. alone.

The average Prime member spends $1,400 per year on Amazon, compared to $600 for non-Prime members, according to CIRP.

Forrester Research reports that 41% of U.S. adults' shop on Amazon at least once per month. And one-fifth of all online shoppers in the U.S. buy something from the site two or more times per month.

Here are some of the most important Amazon statistics:

Amazon is the fourth largest U.S. digital advertising platform, behind Google, Facebook and Microsoft.

There are 350 million active customer accounts on Amazon, compared to just 100 million on eBay

Ninety-two percent of Amazon sales come from third-party sellers who list their products through the site.

Amazon made $17.5 billion in revenue from third-party seller commissions, referrals and other fees in 2017.

Amazon is the world's largest online retailer by a long shot. In 2017, Amazon accounted for roughly 43% of US ecommerce sales. It's hard to get an exact number because Amazon sells so many different kinds of products, but it's clear that Amazon is the single largest driver of ecommerce growth in the United States.

This week, we're going to take a look at some of the most amazing statistics about the company that drives so much online sales.

Amazon is the world's largest ecommerce marketplace, and the company has changed the way people shop. Its impact on retail can't be overstated — even if you don't buy anything directly from Amazon, it affects how much you pay for everything from electronics to groceries.

As a seller on Amazon, it's important to understand what makes this platform so powerful. Here are some of the most important statistics to know:

Amazon's U.S. retail sales totaled $258 billion in 2018, making up nearly 50% of total U.S. online sales. *

Amazon is responsible for about half of all online sales growth in the United States. *

The average order value for new Prime members is $1,400 compared to $600 for non-Prime customers. *

Amazon has 250 million customer accounts worldwide and 100 million Prime members. *

Nearly 4 million sellers use Amazon to distribute their products.

There are more than 120 million products sold by third-party sellers on Amazon. *

More than 40% of all product searches begin on Amazon. *

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