There’s little doubt that as Amazon has grown, brick-and-mortar shops and mom-and-pop retailers have closed their doorways. But correlation doesn’t show causation. If it wasn’t Amazon, it may have been another person. And can a enterprise like Amazon actually be blamed if it’s simply catering to altering client habits?
And as Amazon grows, its sellers develop too—and make some huge cash on the identical time. Ian Sells, the founding father of Million Dollar Sellers, says he’s created a number of 7-figure companies shopping for generic merchandise, branding them, and promoting them on Amazon.
NTD requested him if he worries Amazon will simply copy his good concepts.