Amazon ranked in the top five in five of the six criteria, leading in emotional appeal, as well as products and services. The ecommerce retailer beat its competitors with an “RQ score” of 82.62. (Any score above 80 is considered “excellent.”) Apple — last year’s leader — followed close behind with 82.54, while the Walt Disney Company came in third with 82.12. Google and Johnson & Johnson round out the top five with scores of 81.32 and 80.95, respectively.
Detailed report here
The company on Tuesday reported that the Monday after the game was its biggest sales day in company history. The company provided Mashable with the following stats that illustrate a big increase over the comparable day in 2012:
Hosting sales jumped 45%.
Dot-com domain sales rose 40%.
New mobile customers increased by 35%.
The company added 10,000 customers in total.
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from 24/7 Wall St. (website)