Making a product that is good and successful and sold is the dream of every entrepreneur. But occasionally the products become so successful that they transform the whole industry, even the whole world – just remember the iPhone …
On the list of the 10 best-selling products of all time we uploaded from 247wallst.com, there were some that you did not think they were selling so well, but you’ve met with all of them, and many are probably using it (hopefully not anti-cholesterol medicine).
When Sony released its first PlayStation in 1995, with 32-bit processor , it was the most powerful console in the market. However, the use of the CD was a revolution that changed everything, as the CD, in contrast to cartridges, enabled storage of large amounts of data. The PS1 was sold in 70 million copies, the PS3 in 80, and the latest PS4 could overwhelm that record. Sony sold 440 million Playstations in total.
Pfizer’s anti-cholesterol drug is sold in fantastic quantities and is being considered as the most widely sold drug in the world. Pfizer was on it before his patent expired and profit fell, earning more than $140 billion.
Although in our areas VW Golf is the undisputed king, Toyota Corolla is the world’s best-selling personal car. Since 1966, when the first edition of this superpower model came from Japan, it was sold at 40.7 million units.
The arcade game that was released in 1981 (Donkey Kong), expanded into franchize Mario Bros. which has become probably the most popular game of all time. Italian plumbers appeared in a total of 115 versions of the game. Nintendo claims that since 2011 it sold 262 million copies of the game called Super Mario.
The books of the young British wizard have been translated into 73 world languages and sold in incredible 450 million copies. Author J.K. Rowling, has become the best paid writer in the world. Movies made by books totaled $ 7.7 billion…
Rubik’s cube is the best-selling toy of all time. Since 1980, 350 million have been sold. It is interesting, if you did not know, that its creator, the professor of architecture Erno Rubik, did not conceive as a toy. He designed it in 1974 as an aid to teaching his students three-dimensional geometry.