Amazon Prime member Archives

Amazon Prime member Archives

Amazon Prime member Archives

Amazon Prime member Archives

Sometimes I just want to write Amazon Prime a love letter. They have seriously made my life so much easier. I joined a few years ago, a tiny bit apprehensive of the annual fee {it&#;s roughly $8/month paid annually}. I will never go back! It pays for itself a hundred times over every year. Amazon Prime is the bomb dot com and I really don&#;t know how I ever shopped online without it before. Here are 6 reasons {although there are a ton more!} why I think Amazon Prime is the coolest thing since sliced bread. My ode to Amazon Prime if you will:

FREE 2 -Day Shipping: This one is what got me hooked in the first place and what most people know about Amazon Prime. Sometimes my stuff even arrives the next day, which is awesome.  Plus, I can order an item and have it shipped to my mother, brother, favorite teacher {or anyone, anywhere else in the continental US} for FREE!

Super Cheap 1-Day Shipping: They offer free same-day delivery in eligible zip codes, but if you aren&#;t lucky enough to live in those zip codes and you&#;re buying a Amazon product, you can upgrade to one-day shipping on the cheap {as low as $!}.

Sharing is Caring: Two adults living in the same household can create an Amazon Household to share certain Amazon Prime benefits.

Prime Pantry Access: Members can purchase and ship low priced grocery, household, and pet care items for a flat delivery fee of $ for each Prime Pantry box.  That is an unheard of shipping price for a heavy box of goodies!

Unlimited Amazon Cloud Drive: Prime members get unlimited, free online storage for your photos, plus an additional 5GB for videos and files. As a prime member you also get automatic photo backup and easy access from any electronic device. Pretty cool if you ask me!

Get Prime Early Access: Amazon Prime members get minute early access to select Lightning Deals. Sometimes those deals go, well, lighting fast, so having that early 30 minute access to purchase can make the difference in whether you snag the killer deal or miss out on it.

FREE Prime Instant Video and Music: Enjoy unlimited, commercial-free, instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows, as well as unlimited, ad-free access to hundreds of Prime Playlists and more than a million songs.

FREE Kindle Books: Amazon Prime Members who own Kindle devices or e-readers can also choose from thousands of books &#; including more than current and former New York Times Bestsellers &#; to borrow and read for free, as frequently as a book a month with no due dates, from the Kindle Owners&#; Lending Library.

Early Access w/ Kindle First: Members in the U.S. get early access to download a new book for free every month from the Kindle First picks.

And there you have just a few of the MANY reason I can&#;t live without Amazon Prime. If you are still hesitant and if you haven&#;t been an Amazon Prime member in the last 13 months, you can go HERE to sign up for a free trial.

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Amazon understands one of the fundamental truths of retailing, and they&#;ve demonstrated that with their amazingly successful Amazon Prime program. For years, now, the industry bean counters have been looking side-eyed at the program that offers shoppers free two-day shipping and streaming of digital content in exchange for a one-time annual flat fee payment. It looks like a system designed to fail.

An Amazon Prime membership costs $79 annually. Researchers have found that the average Prime customer was using $90 worth of shipping and streaming services per year. The math seems pretty simple; 90 &#; 79 is Amazon loses, the customer wins.

Does anyone reading these words really believe that Amazon, the company that tracks customer behavior so closely that they can make personal recommendations to each and every one of their million customers, didn&#;t know this was going to happen?

Of course they knew. That brings us to the next question: Why would you pick a fight you know you&#;re going to lose?

Cult Branding: Know Your Customers As You Know Yourself

This is the only time you&#;ll ever see Donald Trump quoted in this space. &#;Sometimes by losing a battle, you find a new way to win a war.&#; Amazon, the company named for a nation of  fierce warrior women, is performing a classical tactical maneuver. There are times when allowing your enemy to gain ground moves them into position to be surrounded. $11 may be lost, but a customer who is becoming increasingly habituated to choosing Amazon as their default retailer is gained.  The average Prime member spends over $1, with Amazon annually. The non-Prime Amazon customer spends less than half that amount.

Amazon knows one of the secrets of retail. We may love our customers, but our customers don&#;t necessarily love us back. There&#;s an uneven power dynamic inherent in the relationship, and the customer feels like they&#;re getting the short end of the stick most of the time. Given a chance to even the scales with—or to even get one over on—a business, the customer is going to take it.

Understanding this aspect of human nature allowed Amazon to craft an irresistible offer. They&#;ve taken on the role of the giant and just handed over a slingshot. In an economic, social environment rife with depressing overtones for the typical buyer—average income growth for 90% of the American population was $59 over the past 45 years—opportunities to come out ahead in the game are few and far between.

We want to embrace our customers, and that can lead us to presume that our customers—especially the best ones—want to embrace us too. But things are more complicated than that. Human behavior is motivated by a wide range of emotions. Not all of these emotions appear attractive or noble at first glance. It&#;s hard to see the appeal in an adversarial relationship. It can seem counter-intuitive and extremely uncomfortable to consider the entirety of our customers&#; perceptions of the brand.

Do we, as retailers, want to do what&#;s comfortable, or do we want to do what works?

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10 Sweaters to Buy from Amazon


Good Morning! How are you guys on this Wednesday?? I feel a little off sharing today's post about sweaters when it literally feels like the Amazon rainforest here in Charlotte! Nearly 90 degrees yesterday with % humidity and I almost threw in the towel. I mean it's MID-October you guysnot

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Amazon Prime Day Deals !


Hi Friends! It's here! PRIME DAY ! If you know me, you'll know that I'm addicted to Amazon Prime. It makes life entirely too easy and I order something at least every other day. The Prime membership was probably one of the best things that I've invested in all year. Aren't a Prime member? Learn

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12 Pool Essentials on Amazon Prime


Happy Saturday, friends! Can you believe that I'm posting on a weekend?!? I had planned this post for a week or so ago and never got around to finishing it! You guys LOVED the last post that I did about things I found on Amazon Prime, so I figured that I would continue the series. You guys know my

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Maternity Essentials on Amazon!


Well, Hi There! Almost to the weekend, friends! Today I'm writing a fun post that kinda came to me on a whim. The more and more my life depends on the power of Amazon Prime, the more things that I'm finding via Amazon. So many of you have been asking about maternity essentials and layering and I

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What We Wore to Disney!


Good Monday Morning! How was your weekend?? Thankfully, I started feeling better Saturday afternoon and we ended up having a great weekend overall! Today I'm sharing a post that I've been promising for over two weeks now and that'sWHAT TO PACK FOR DISNEY! I had a ton of fun getting all of our

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