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ConclusionAmazon is a revolutionary e-marketplace that is both world-renowned and extremely efficient.Amazon has gone from a small company run out of a garage, to a Fortune 100 company run allover the world. Amazon fulfills their mission statement every day by being a customer-centriccompany that offers over 200 million products at the lowest prices possible. Amazon is a very
innovative company that creates and manufactures many products. They are always expandingand trying to create new ways to make their company and the lives of their customers better.Amazon’s biggest competition as an e-marketplace is eBay. Amazon currently leads this marketby having a more organized, effective, professional, and easy to use website. Furthermore,Amazon’s brand personality is that they are a fast, friendly, innovative company that can betrusted. All of these traits make Amazon the website where most customers choose to do theirshopping. Also, Amazon makes their customers their top priority and successfully appeals totheir values, knowledge, and interests. Amazon’s two loyalty programs of Amazon Prime andAmazon Visa Rewards Card provide many benefits to their members and make shopping on theirwebsite quick and easy. Overall, Amazon has developed into one of the most important andsuccessful companies in the world today.
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