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Looks like the streaming service is the most profitable market right now.Netflix195 the pioneer of the idea,while Reed Hastings came up with his original idea of digital streaming,there were no much takers,but look at them now,with 158 million subscribers they are the number 1 streaming service.The name of their competitors themselves are enough to know how far they came;Apple ,Amazon and Disney.

Well the competition was primarily between Netflix and Hulu but Netflix maintained its dominance all the way Hulu falls short in its movie collections and have a less than 28 million subscribers.But Disney's Direct to Consumer wing holds the most stake in Hulu,(looks like the the main movie makers didn't wanted to lose if digital streaming became the next big thing).

The nearest rival is Amazon with amazon prime which provides a cheaper service than Netflix with 98 million subscribers.Amazon additionally provides frees two day shipping for prime members.Amazon is also established in the field

now are the big players who are afresh,Apple and Disney.

Apple is launching its new apple TV,but its a whole different animal.Its not an app but a set top box.But the advantage is that apple have access to iTunes which have tie ups with almost all the studios and creators and thus have a hell lot of content ready for their users.Apple193 also allows streaming of Netflix and Hulu in the service ,so it will open a competition between Netflix and amazon themselves,they also provide content from others like HBO and YouTube.

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No business operates without direct competition. There also may be indirect competition, which has a significant impact on customers buying decisions in your market. Direct and non-direct competitors try to convince customers to buy their products or services instead of yours. It is in your best interest to learn more about the companies that are trying to reduce your take-home pay. List the strengths and weaknesses of each competitor. Talk with friends, visit your competition, call for information about their products and analyze how they advertise. Next, take a sheet of paper and list the major competitors. Give each a rating on a scale of 1 to 10, for product quality, process, advertising, price and customer satisfaction. You can add other ratings that you feel are important.Your business can become more profitable by adopting practices you admire in competitor operations and by avoiding their mistakes. Some of your competitors have been in business successfully for many years. Certainly, as a new or relatively new business. you can learn a lot from them.