Number of Products Sold on Amazon.com- June 2017

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Amazon has a total of 372,539,860 products on sale as of June 20th, 2017

That’s 1.1% more than May 2017. Amazon had 368 million products on May 4th, 2017.

Top 10 Categories

 

It’s interesting to see that the category Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry is at the top position with 61.19 million products surpassing Home & Kitchen and Electronics.

Below are the subcategories of Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry with the respective number of products.

clothing-shoes-jewlery-categories

Amazon has been trying to focus on the apparel business for quite a while, reaching out to consumers with a wider range of well-known fashionable brands. Even though Amazon is the biggest clothing seller online, it may soon overtake brick and mortar fashion sales as well.

Percentage Changes Over the Last Month

 

Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry has had an extreme surge in products with Alexa Skills consistently rising every month. Here is a graph showing the product portfolio of Alexa Skills from December 2016 to June 2017.

Amazon Stretching Out in the Apparel Market

Amazon’s apparel and accessories are said to increase by 30% by next year. The e-commerce giant is soon to elbow its way into the fashion industry.

 

Alexa Skills

Alexa Skills totaled up to around 15.5k products, with an increase of 3,000 from the previous month!  The rapid growth is no surprise with the rise in Amazon Echo salesBelow is the count difference between June and May. 

 

 

 

Highlights

  • Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry dominate Amazon’s product count
  • Alexa Skills increases by 19.1%
  • Amazon’s apparel market to expand with own fashion brand

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6 comments on “Number of Products Sold on Amazon.com- June 2017

Aaron Lanni

Hey, how come when we look at top selling categories from jan-may 2017 we don’t see clothing, shoes, jewelry anywhere, then all of a sudden this category jumps to number 1 in June?

Do you have a page which explains your methodology?

Thanks
Aaron

    ScrapeHero

    Hi Aaron,
    These counts are not for “top selling” – they are counts for “number of products for sale”.
    Thanks

Matt

Hi,

I agree with Aaron. But do not think your response adequately answers the question. What are the counts for clothing, shoes and jewelry from Jan – May 2017?

Thanks,
Matt

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