Daily coupon fatigue is settling in.
Throughout 2010, it has been estimated that about 700 companies emerged in the daily deal market and
With Facebook phasing out its daily deal offers, Yelp scaling back its own, and Groupon still working towards an IPO, there are a lot of questions regarding the daily deal industry.
Here are 3 important trends.
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Value of stock the company expects to sell in its IPO
Amount Google reportedly offered to pay for Groupon last year
Value placed on the company based on 2010 investments by venture capital firms
Maximum value of the company expected to be reflected in the IPO — surpassing Google’s value at its IPO
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Group buying sites are becoming a popular online destination for many shoppers. The range of offers and deals mean that consumers can save on a number of different products and experiences. If you are looking to find a new online site where you can access a plethora of discounts, you should visit the below sites and start saving money – there’s something for everyone in all of these.
Parents Deals is a website that offers discounts for people who are on the way to, already started, or have growing families. The site offers savings on products from brands that they trust and recommend for parents with no tipping point, like Groupon or LivingSocial.
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Are you dying to join the growing ranks of startup companies? If you are, you’re definitely not alone! Most startups are much more about hard work and dedication than instant riches and world-wide renown, but break-out companies have been able to prove that there’s always an exception to every rule.
If you’re truly passionate about your vision for the future, you just might be the Twitter or Groupon of the future. Before making your final decision to start down this path, consider these 4 little known facts and trends:
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Wow. Did you just read that headline, right?
With a rumored market valuation of about $25 billion and a possible IPO, how would it be possible that Groupon’s revenue is falling at home?
Here are 3 potential reasons.
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Chinese social startups are thriving.
If you look for a Chinese version of Facebook, you will find Renren.com.
If you look for a Chinese version of Twitter, you will find Weibo.
It was only a matter of time, that the online group buying industry will have its pioneer in China.
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You might have heard of the Amazon.com deal on Livingsocial and the Gap deal on Groupon.
Both of these deals made the big headlines and with good reason. Back in August 19 , 2010, by day’s end, 441,000 Groupons of the GAP deal were sold, bringing in a little more than $11 million. Groupon usually splits the revenue with partners, but declined to disclose its share.
However, there’s another company that is making good use of the group buying industry. Keeping under the radar, Fandango has been dishing out deal after deal through group buying websites. Here’s how Fandango does it.
Skype is partnering with Groupon to offer $10 for a three-month Skype Premium subscription, which gets you unlimited international Skype-to-Skype calls, face-to-face video chatting, video conferencing, instant messaging and low-cost calls to non-users.
According to Groupon, this 3-Month Skype Premium Subscription is valued at $26.97.
Check it out:
While Groupon had a major screw up with its 2011 Superbowl ad, no one can deny that this company has one of the most effective email copywrite styles in the planet.
Here are some great lessons from Groupon on how to write effective email copywrite.
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Groupon’s controversial Tibet commercial during the Superbowl did not sit well with people who thought it exploitative. From CNN to Conan, the media seems to agree that Groupon did a bad move.
Here are some images and videos (Conan!) regarding this issue.
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