FourFour Two: Amazon, eBay and Microsoft all look great for their respective markets
FourFourFive: Five big names in eCommerce are on a tear.
Here are five of them that you need to know about.
Amazon and eBay are the hottest sellers.
Amazon is in a prime position to take a $2 billion hit this year and is still the dominant online retailer.
eBay’s stock has surged, and it’s already the number one seller in its category.
In fact, Amazon is the only company in the world that doesn’t have any other competitor on its side.
Microsoft is in the same boat.
Microsoft’s market share has fallen from 25% in the first quarter to 10% in Q4, and its share of the eCommerce market has been falling for years.
Its share of eCommerce revenues has fallen to 3%, from 10% during the first four quarters of 2017.
But Microsoft has an opportunity to recapture some of that ground if it continues to ramp up its online sales.
Google is the best place to sell anything.
Google dominates the ecommerce space in several different ways.
First, its search engine is the most popular in the market, with more than 30 million search results.
Second, its advertising business, which it acquired in 2015, is one of the best in the industry.
Third, Google has the most powerful product and technology platform in the marketplace.
Fourth, Google is one-stop shopping for almost anything, and a huge number of merchants use Google to target their products to shoppers.
That’s where Google has a massive advantage.
Amazon’s cloud services have a big impact on its eCommerce business.
Amazon has a large and loyal customer base that wants to use its Amazon.com and Kindle e-readers, which offer both high-quality ebooks and a wide selection of digital products.
Amazon also sells a vast number of its own services, such as Prime, and has been expanding its services into new areas, like gaming, online banking, and travel.
Amazon customers use its cloud services to buy, manage, and manage the entire eCommerce operation.
Apple has the biggest market share.
Apple is the number-one seller of the iPad, with nearly 17 million sales.
Amazon, which sells iPads and other tablet computers, is second.
Apple sells its own eBooks, iPads, and iPhones, and uses those devices to sell its own digital products, too.
Apple also sells other third-party products, like Beats headphones, Macs, and more.
eBay is the biggest seller of mobile devices.
eBay has a huge customer base, and that’s what has helped it grow its business in the past few years.
eBay started selling computers and other consumer electronics in 1999, and in 2010, it started selling e-books, too, a move that was a hit.
Today, eBay is selling more than $3 billion worth of e-commerce items, according to a recent report by CB Insights.
Apple’s hardware is the dominant player.
In the past three years, Apple’s market has grown from 15% to 24%.
That’s thanks to two factors: its dominance in the smartphone market, and the increasing popularity of its computers and tablets.
Apple dominates the iPad market, too — Apple sold over 5 million iPads last year.