How Many Products Does Amazon Sell? – January 2018
Amazon has a total of 562,382,292 products as on Jan 10th, 2018
Top 10 Categories
The category Clothing, Shoes, and Jewelry have the highest number of products -166.28M products! Amazon’s apparel business has been booming the past year. It’s predicted that Amazon will soon end up with net apparel sales of 62 billion in 2021.
Significant Changes Over the Past Month
The categories Prime Exclusive Savings and Alexa Skills have the highest jumps in product counts compared to last month.
America’s Biggest Fashion Retailer
Amazon’s clothing category increased by 11% since last month. The e-commerce giant introduced thousands of fashion products, launching half-dozen private labels. Amazon has an immense amount of data to draw on, which could allow it to identify consumer trends. It’s no doubt Amazon is on its course to become America’s biggest fashion retailer.
Alexa Skills has reached a total count of around 30k +.That’s an increase of around 7,000 skills since Dec 2017. Alexa Skills sold around 10 million products during Christmas and New year holidays with Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick as the top-selling Amazon devices during this period.
The bar chart below shows the number of Alexa Skills in each subcategory between December 2017 and January 2018.
“Games, Trivia & Accessories” have the highest number of skills.
Alexa has introduced Alexa Developer Kits for wearable devices which will be incorporated in Bose, Jabra, and iHome.
Number of products reduced by 17 million
Alexa skills jumped by 7,000
Number of products in “Clothing, Shoes and Jewellery” increased by 11%
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