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The Minute Podcast // 267:
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SUMO Heavy Weekly // Issue No. 131
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Amazon - Press Room - Press Release
A record number of Prime members shopped across 17 countries.
Amazon welcomed more new Prime members on July 16 than any previous day in Amazon history.
Customers purchased millions of Fire TV devices on Amazon globally during Prime Day.
Prime Day was the biggest event ever for Echo devices with screens.
Customers purchased more than five million items in each of the following categories: Toys, Beauty Products, PCs and Computer Accessories, Apparel and Kitchen Products.
July 16 was the best day ever for Fire TV devices and Kindle e-readers on Amazon globally.
For the first time, members in Australia, Singapore, the Netherlands and Luxembourg participated in Prime Day.
Millions of customers around the world streamed Unboxing Prime Day events including the Amazon Music concert with Ariana Grande as well as the PUBG Squad Showdown hosted by Twitch Prime with a performance by deadmau5.
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(1) Unboxing Prime Day - YouTube
In the week leading up to Prime Day 2018, Amazon unboxed one of the largest streaming events in Amazon history. Amazon Music hosted a private concert featuring Ariana Grande, Alessia Cara, Julia Michaels and Kelsea Ballerini in New York, Twitch Prime invited deadmau5 to take on the world’s top gamers in a PUBG Squad Showdown in Los Angeles, and customers in London, Tokyo, and Milan were able to join the celebration with a number of unique experiences.
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9 hours ago by dancall
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The Minute Podcast // 267:
"Amazon's New 'Back to School' Online Stores”

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Helpful Filter Categories and Values for Better UX (Nielsen/Norman Group)
Kate Moran из Nielsen/Norman Group даёт советы по реализации фильтров в поиске по товарам.
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18 hours ago by jvetrau
Doorman | Package Delivery, Return Pickup, & Shipping
Schedule deliveries or online return pickup during a 1 hour window, until midnight, seven days a week.
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The Minute Podcast // 266:
"Kroger Rolls Out Driverless Grocery”

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The Minute Podcast // 266:
"Kroger Rolls Out Driverless Grocery”

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Calvin Klein parent company PVH's new 'Stylebureau' e-commerce play will boost direct sales | Glossy
With a new e-commerce site called Stylebureau, PVH is hoping to siphon sales away from wholesale partners and get customers to shop its brands directly.
On Stylebureau.com, which was designed by the agency Firstborn, customers can shop inventory across all PVH brands: Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Izod, Van Heusen and Eagle. For now, the focus is on men’s dress shirts and ties. The new platform is meant to imitate the experience of shopping in a department store, with a new universal fit guide (simplifying across-brand differences in terms like “regular” fit and “classic” fit) and a tie-matching tool. A visual search algorithm runs through all available pattern and color options across the five brands — about 300 in total — and serves up complementary shirt-and-tie combinations.
Along with the Stylebureau launch, Izod and Van Heusen — categorized as PVH’s “heritage” brands that are largely wholesale and live in the shadow of Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger — are getting their first e-commerce sites. Through tabs at the top of the Stylebureau site, customers can toggle to different categories within each brand.
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