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Brands have a love-hate relationship with Amazon. But exclusive new research shows that even marketers that embrace the site face an uphill battle in grabbing shoppers' attention. New York-based Millward Brown looked at how likely customers are to see products beyond the first page of search results on Amazon. During September, 75 million consumers searched for something at the online retailer, but only 30 percent clicked past the first page of search results.
That's at least more than the 20 percent of shoppers who said they would consider looking at the second page of search results.