Good day hubbers,
I have a simple question. Should we use "Buy from Amazon" or "Buy on Amazon" phrase in titles?
Since English is not my native language, I am a bit confused in grammar. I think that even such a small mistake can negatively impact on some eager buyers.
I think Buy from Amazon should be the title as all products are available on amazon.
Either would be OK IMO, but "Buy on Amazon" is better because as well as selling stuff in its own right, Amazon also acts as an "umbrella" for lots of other online retailers, with Amazon just taking a percentage for hosting the listing.
That's logical. Considering that you are also a native English speaker, I will apply "Buy on Amazon". Thanks. I wish everyone high earnings
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