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Keeping the brand’s presence alive on Amazon to engage customers has been an area of concern for brand owners. Amazon came up with a marvelous feature to let the brands speak for themselves – Amazon Posts.
Learn more about Amazon 2020 – Q3 Earnings Highlights. Amazon's net sales were up 37% to $96.1B. Advertising and 3P services were the top growth drivers. Physical store sales have declined as expected. Advertising revenue is up 49% YoY.  Year-to-date advertising revenue is around $14B. We expect 2020 ad revenue to be between $20B to $25B.
Amazon recently announced that Prime Day 2020 will run on October 13 and 14. Here are 5 last-minute items to keep in mind. Avoid running out of budgets, Avoid basic misses: Products, Keywords, Product Targets., Avoid run-away spend in auto campaigns., Raise bids on keywords that are important to you, Protect your brand term, but to a limit
Amazon reported net sales are up 40%, on the guidance of 18% to 28%. Net income is up 100% from $2.6B to $5.2B. This is despite an increase in various expenses related to COVID.  The online grocery category grew by 300%. For the first time, the international segment showed an operating profit. 
“We were able to double our sales […and] create great brand awareness selling internationally on Amazon… without that platform we would probably never even have tried international sales… They made it very easy – they give you the information, they give you all the tools.”
Amazon may be expanding into online banking. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that the e-commerce giant is in early talks with financial institutions to build a "checking-account-like" product for its customers.