More than 1.3 million women have already bought women’s products online through Amazon’s Mechanical Turk program, according to data published by the online retailer.
According to Amazon, more than 700,000 women’s items have been sold on the site, with nearly 5 percent of those women having purchased an item that’s not on the website.
While the numbers of women who’ve bought online from Amazon have been fairly low compared to those who bought directly from manufacturers, it’s still a significant percentage.
Amazon says that more than 30 million items have already been purchased by women, and more than 1 million have been purchased via Mechanical Turk, which is an online service that lets customers buy products from companies like Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Amazon.com, and many others.
In addition to Amazon’s online sales, women have also used Mechanical Turk to buy more traditional retail items.
Amazon’s Mechanical Tapping program allows women to purchase items from retailers like Target, Kohl’s, and Wal-Mart, with the promise of free shipping.
According to Amazon Mechanical Tipping Program data, women are now spending an average of $0.34 on purchases from those retailers, compared to just $0,15 on purchases made from Amazon Mechanical Turk.
“The popularity of Mechanical Turk in recent years has increased the reach of the program,” Amazon MechanicalTapping Program CEO Jodi Zaleski told CNNMoney.
“We are excited to see this opportunity grow and expand.”
According to Zaleskis research, nearly a quarter of the women surveyed by Mechanical Taking program have used Mechanical Taps to purchase online.
However, Zalesks research indicates that the majority of women have purchased items from a number of other retailers, including Walmart, Target, and Kohls.
As part of Amazon’s announcement about the new programs, Zetski also noted that Amazon is expanding the program to include Amazon.co.uk, a site that lets women shop online from a variety of retailers.
Amazon.co inked a deal with Amazon Mechanical Tracking in November for a program called Mechanical Tracking to track purchases made online.
Mechanical Tracking currently allows customers to buy items online from over 100 retailers, and Zalesky said Amazon is now working to add more retailers to its Mechanical Tappings program.
In her post announcing the new Mechanical Tappers program, Zacks said Amazon has been “delivering a strong, steady and consistent commitment to empowering women with tools and tools for empowerment.”
“Amazon is committed to creating an environment where women feel empowered and empowered to make the most of their choices and opportunities and take control of their lives,” she added.
Amazon has been a pioneer in making online shopping accessible for women, but the company is also one of the most powerful retailers in the world.
Amazon also announced that it will expand its Mechanical Turk-based program, which allows women and people with disabilities to buy from Amazon directly.
Amazon will offer an online shopping portal called Mechanical Turk Marketplace, which will be open to anyone with a Mechanical Turk account.
In an announcement, Amazon said that Mechanical Turk will be available to anyone who wants to make a purchase, but only Amazon Mechanical Customers can purchase.
The Marketplace will include tools and services for both the Mechanical Turk and Mechanical Tapper programs, as well as access to Amazon Seller Central, which Amazon said will allow sellers to sell items directly to Amazon customers.
Amazon is also introducing a new Mechanical Turk platform called Mechanical Takers that allows women shoppers to learn more about Mechanical Turk programs, and offer support for those who are experiencing issues with their programs.
Amazon will also be launching a new marketplace for women with disabilities called Mechanical Tech Services, which offers support for individuals and families with disabilities, as part of its effort to help people with digital disabilities.