Cards Against Humanity: What We Can Learn From The Most Successful Private Label Product Ever

The black card on the table asks, “What is the most successful Toy & Game private label product ever on Amazon, and a true Amazon success story?” In your hand you have ten white cards that read: a stray cat a box of rusty nails Abe Bogoda the H1N1 Virus a crippling sense of dread Elon Musk’s disapproval weapons-grade plutonium overpriced Pokemon singles an empty box Cards Against Humanity If you played the last card, Cards Against Humanity, then you’d be correct, although a funnier answer probably would’ve been more appropriate (I would have picked “a stray cat” personally). Sort of like an Apples to Apples filled with NSFW jokes, Cards Against Humanity is all about picking the most clever, funny, and/or offensive answers to win points with the game’s “Card Czar”, the player you have to impress with your ridiculous answer. It’s no surprise that Cards Against Humanity is advertised as a “a party game for horrible people.” At this point, you’ve probably heard about this global-sensation card game. It’s sold worldwide in most major retail stores including Barnes & Noble, Target, and Walmart. On Amazon alone, the base game and its expansions sell an estimated 90,000-120,000 units per … Read More

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