Menu<br />Overview of Amazon<br />History<br />What does it do?<br />Where does the content come from?<br />Uses for this tool<br />Pros and Cons<br />
Overview of Amazon<br />Amazon is a very resourceful tool to find items online for a good price. <br />Amazon is basically a mall online. <br />Their products are spread across the board with different variety. <br />It is able to track what you buy and give you suggestions on what you might like. <br />
History<br />Amazon was founded by Jeff Bonzos in 1994, in Seattle. <br />“Amazon began as an online bookstore. This gave it the advantage of having more titles than the traditional brick-and-mortar stores. It has since grown way beyond this to sell all kinds of products. It had a slow growth from its IPO in 1997 sparking complaints from investors. Following the dot com bubble bust, many internet companies that had experienced dizzying growth went under. Amazon remained and eventually made a $ 5 million profit in the last quarter of 2001. The next year it turned in a profit of $ 3.9 billion. In December 2008 Amazon replaced Merrill Lynch on the S&P 100 after it was taken over by Bank of America. Amazon is credited with popularizing online shopping.” http://www.webhostingreport.com/learn/amazon.html<br />
What does it do?<br />Amazon is a quick and easy way to buy items online. <br />All one needs to do is sign up and create an account to start buying. <br />Amazon provides almost everyone’s needs with shopping because it gives you a variety of an item that you are looking for. <br />It is also able to suggest items that you could be interested in. <br />
Where does the content come from?<br />Most of the merchandise comes from companies that want their product sold on Amazon. It is very similar to an online Wal-Mart. <br />Amazon also has a spot on its web page for people to sell used books, CD’s, and DVD’s. <br />
Uses for this tool<br />The use for this tool is pretty basic; one shops for items that they want online or tries to sell items. <br />
Pros and Cons of Amazon.com<br />Pros: Easy to navigate, very resourceful, almost always in stock of items, and the suggestion box. <br />Cons: the only cons about this site would be the mix up that happens when there are multiple addresses that the site can send to.<br />
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