Is the media pimping Amazon to earn affiliate marketing dollars by promoting Prime Day deals that force consumers to first upgrade to a $119 Prime account for “free” shipping to qualify for the bargains?
YOU MUST SPEND $119.00 BEFORE SAVING A PENNY, REVEALED
Can Amazon’s “Prime Day” be ambushed and hacked by e-commerce and small businesses? YES!
URGENCY FOR EVERY CONSUMER BUSINESS TO AMBUSH AMAZON’S MARKET POWER
🚨 How can retailers challenge the market power from “Prime Day?”
It is more like “#PerishDay” for every consumer business — from e-commerce to small businesses if they do not ambush and hack the Prime Day Deals.
The Amazon #PrimeDay fallacy revealed; why it is the biggest marketing hack ever. Costs consumers $140 just to “save” on #PrimeDayDeals. The national media is promoting savings, yet aren’t they Amazon’s shill and tool to widely promote and buy Amazon Prime?
All companies MUST launch their own distributive game-changer to promote crazy-low prices to compete and saturate Amazon’s dominance.
It is already happening as hundreds of companies are directly competing with Amazon.
Think back to the dawn of “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday.” Within years, the entire promotional holiday was overwhelmed and saturated with everyone engaging. The same is now happening with Prime Day.
So far, there are hundreds of companies like mine which are directly competing with Amazon.
At ScanMyPhotos.com, which has digitized 600 million pictures, our results from competing with Amazon is proof why all must participate. Every business must create their own deals like our one-cent photo scanning service (4,000 pictures professionally digitized for $40).
What to do to hack Prime Day? Hop on over directly to the merchants listed on the Prime Day Deals and buy directly from them.
— ScanMyPhotos💙 (@ScanMyPhotos) July 16, 2019
The editors at PC Magazine reported on “4 Ways to Avoid Paying $119 for Amazon Prime Free Shipping. With Prime Day reportedly right around the corner, you’ll want to sign up for Prime ASAP. But if you’re looking to pay less than $119 for Amazon Prime, there are options.”
Daniel Kline for USA Today reports: “Not everyone gets access to the thousands of deals being offered July 15 and 16 for Amazon Prime Day. To shop on the big summer sales holiday, you need to be a member of Amazon Prime, which costs $119 a year or $12.99 a month.”
“What to know about how Amazon sucks you in on Prime Day (and makes you buy stuff you don’t want)?” This article by Anna Orso, a reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer shares the backstory.
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