Introduction: Now, Amazon is clearly feeling the advent of the crisis and the decline in market share. This is an indisputable fact. If Google and other generations are too strong, it is better to say that Amazon’s defending city failed, and peers began to split the market share of smart speakers.
The preemptive advantage is important, but if you can't continue to maintain your advantage in the next development, then you have to face the possibility of being replaced. After all, there is always someone who will work hard for you.
Now, Amazon is clearly feeling the advent of the crisis and the decline in market share. This is an indisputable fact. If Google and other generations are too strong, it is better to say that Amazon’s defending city failed, and peers began to split the market share of smart speakers. There is news that the Amazon smart speaker market share is expected to continue to decline in 2019.
According to market research firm eMarketer's latest forecast, smart speaker products will continue to be popularized in 2019, but market share will change significantly. Specifically, Amazon's market share will drop from 66.6% to 63%, and Google will rise from 29.5% to 31%. At the same time, eMarketer also expects total sales of smart speakers from Sonos, Apple and other small businesses to increase from 8.3% to 12% in 2019.
In essence, although Google's strong rise is very worrying, it is impossible for the younger generation to subvert the industry pattern. The so-called "born in sorrow and death in peace", although in the short-term, Amazon will still maintain the identity of the smart speaker king, but the TA is bound to be wary of Google and other rising stars, after all, there is no so-called constant victory general in the mall.
We took the once-popular Nokia mobile phone, and clearly set off the banner of the mobile phone industry, but in the wave of the times, it was lost to Apple, Samsung, etc., and once gone. Downhill, I want to make a comeback to return to the throne of the king, which is destined to endure some hardships. It is a pity that Nokia, who has not been a big brother for many years, is still running in the smart phone industry.