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Becky Cameron Home | Acquired April 2020* | Home

Finding the Coolest Side of the Pillow

Raising Becky Cameron Home Best Sellers Rank (BSR) by 95%

95%

Improved Best Sellers Rank by 95% in under 3 weeks

169%

Increased trailing 12-month EBITDA 169% since acquisition

487%

Increased hero ASIN sales 487% since acquisition

The Origin Story

When Thrasio acquired Becky Cameron Home, the company’s hero product was well-ranked in the pillow category on Amazon and boasted 12,000 reviews. We built on this position by applying creative updates and rebuilding marketing initiatives from the ground up. This increased sales velocity and kicked off a new inventory forecast – all part of a comprehensive strategy to grow the brand.

The Challenge

With more than 2,500 Amazon Standard Identification Numbers (ASINs), Becky Cameron Home was our largest brand acquisition to date. Our first order of business was to consolidate the product line to help drive sales velocity. We also knew we could save dramatically on costs by shoring up the supply chain.

Opportunity

Every Thrasher had a hand in this brand's success — combing through each listing to update creative, SEO title tags, and ensure each listing was Amazon TOS compliant. We also added two new suppliers and increased manufacturing capacity by 5X. We then built data set tools to help us manage a brand of this size and larger.

Hero Focused

One ASIN Drove 72% of Brand Growth


When we acquired Becky Cameron Home, the 2-Pack Gel Queen Pillow Set had the second-highest number of reviews in the category on Amazon. We significantly increased ad spend and optimized the listing from SEO to creative branding. Our effort paid off in a big way.

Creative

Turning a Product Into a Brand

Many ASINs in this brand did not have a complete listing, which negatively affected SEO. For each listing, we updated branding with a new luxe feel and added 9 listing photos and A+ content to increase trust.

Marketing

Driving $18M in Year 1 Growth

A robust marketing strategy for this brand held a big opportunity to help drive growth. Pay-per-click advertising was a huge part of that approach, with other efforts including Amazon events (e.g. Amazon Live), affiliate marketing, social media, and DTC.

 

*Our case studies are for general information purposes; they are not guarantees of future performance and undue reliance should not be placed on them. Each study is based on a particular set of facts and conditions at a point in time and may involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties. The performance, financial results, and projections for the products or sellers in these case studies may not be parallel in others.

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