With over a million of amazing deals, Prime Day is one of Amazon’s biggest shopping events of the year – it is like Christmas in July or Black Friday in summer. While it is still a couple of months away, you will want to be prepared to maximize your Amazon Prime Day profits. It is never too early to start planning so you can get the most out of Amazon moneymaking Prime Day traffic. In this post, we will take a look at the things you will want to do in the weeks or months leading up to Amazon Prime Day 2019. But, first, let us find out what Amazon Prime Day exactly is.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is Amazon’s very own Black Friday, offering gazillions of special deals exclusively to Prime subscribers. Amazon created Prime Day not just to yield more sales but also to multiply membership in its Amazon Prime membership program, which carries a $99 per year membership fee. In terms of revenue, the Amazon Prime Day generates even more sales than on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Although Amazon has yet to announce the official date for Prime Day, we can certainly expect that it will take place in mid-July and likely to span more than one day. Last year, Prime Day kicked off on 16th July and lasted 36 hours. In 2017, Prime Day began late on Monday and concluded early on Wednesday. (Don’t worry, we will keep you posted once we get updates on dates, deals an