Online retailer of books, movies, music and games along with electronics, toys, apparel, sports, tools, groceries and general home and garden items. Region 1 DVDs and prices in US dollars. [Description from dmoz]
What started as Earth's biggest bookstore has rapidly become Earth's biggest anything store. Expansion has propelled Amazon.com in innumerable directions. Its main Web site offers millions of books, music, and movies (which still account for most of its sales), not to mention auto parts, toys, electronics, home furnishings, apparel, health and beauty aids, prescription drugs, and groceries. Also, shoppers can download books, games, MP3s, and films to their computers or handheld devices, including Amazon's own portable reader, the Kindle. Amazon also offers services and products, such as self-publishing, online advertising, a Web store platform, and a co-branded credit card. The company is buying Zappos.com. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 132 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor receives Time Magazine, watches CBS News, and reads reuters.com.
Audience Also Likes
|2.3x||Wall Street Journal|
|Affinity||Politics & Commentary|
|2.4x||Los Angeles Times|
|2.4x||New York Post|
|2.4x||NY Daily News|
Audience Also Likes
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This website is Quantified, and the data displayed here is directly measured by Quantcast.
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