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Amazon Home Services Launches In Major Markets

By Chris Crum

April 15, 2015

Amazon recently announced the launch of Amazon Home Services, in which it handpicks local service businesses to include in a marketplace on Amazon.com, enabling customers to purchase services from those in the home improvement, computer & electronics, lawn & garden, automotive, and other categories.

We first learned about the service last summer, but now it's been launched, albeit, in a limited capacity. For now, it's only available in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle, but it will expand in time.

If new data from Walker Sands is any indication, the offering could be a big success for Amazon. It finds that 27% of consumers report already buying tools or home improvement products via Amazon. It also finds that consumers are making web purchases more frequently, and are spending more in a broader range of product categories.

Things are looking pretty good for Amazon's endeavor when you consider that it found that while four out of ten consumers are open to purchasing any type of product online [...]

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