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The management reported a 30% year-over-year (YoY) rise in its Thanksgiving weekend sales, which led to a 4% surge yesterday in its stock price to $9.09. The performance is impressive considering the National Retail Federation (NRF) reported that
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 24° Min 14° Countdown to offer 24 daily deals in run up to Christmas Acumen Republic, Fuseworks November 30, 2013, 9:15 am Christmas is in the air and this year Countdown is celebrating something different every day in
Only relying on our website, waiting for customers and doing email marketing, sending deal promotions to targeted customers are not enough," co-chief executive Bram Clincke said yesterday. "Mobile first" is now the key strategy of Groupon Thailand,
While some may have emptied their wallets buying Air New Zealand shares last week, the rest of us are facing a similar fate with the annual Christmas spending splurge. Consumer confidence is up and retailers are forecasting around a 3-4 per cent
Groupon is moving into a new category of e-commerce that is downright nostalgic for some online shoppers: it is offering coupons, discounts and free samples for certain products under a new service called Freebies. If that sounds 2004-ish to you,
The emergence of "daily deal" companies like Groupon left many consumers with a bad taste in their mouths while businesses often ended up with a net loss from their participation. What was lacking was the idea of promoting loyalty
First touted as the perfect marketing platform for small business, Groupon, LivingSocial and similar services were then pounded in print and social media for destroying mom-and-pop retailers who couldn't meet demand. Worse yet, alarming statistics
As it celebrates its five-year anniversary, the Chicago-based site on Friday rolled out a brand new website that it says gives the site a more sophisticated new look and feel with an uncluttered presentation and bolder imagery. Android apps aimed at
LivingSocial increased its travel inventory by 650 percent earlier this month, according to a company press release. That massive uptick in properties and tours for travel-minded consumers may have led to the unfortunate timing of that featured deal.
LivingSocial, like its larger rival Groupon, is working to move beyond daily deals. Washington-based LivingSocial, which is privately held, is not getting rid of the deals for restaurants, spas and getaways that land in subscribers' inboxes every day.