Daily Deals

Deal-of-the-day (also called flash sales or one deal a day) is an ecommerce business model in which a website offers a single product for sale for a period of 24 to 36 hours. Potential customers register as members of the deal-a-day websites and receive online offers and invitations by email or social networks.As of 2011, deal-of-the-day sites have continued to grow in popularity, although new concerns have arisen over the longevity of the concept and the financial viability of one-day deals for small businesses.
Posts about Daily Deals
  • FiveStars Digs Deeper Into Customer Data to Get Beyond ‘Loyalty’

    … and CEO Victor Ho, who will be a speaker at Street Fight Summit West on June 7th in San Francisco, about the efficiency of retention marketing, the shift from daily deals to digital loyalty programs, and what analyzing the trove of SMB consumer data can potentially yield. The rise of a lot of digital loyalty programs occurred in the wake…

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  • Considering a Groupon? 5 Pitfalls You Must Avoid

    … discounts for customer acquisition and have a clearly defined rationale for choosing Groupon or one of the other “daily deal” type of promotions. Here are five questions to ask and points to consider. 1. Are you making a single sale or starting a relationship? How often does a homeowner hire a pressure washing service? Not often. The owner…

    Susan Solovic/ Constant Contact- 10 readers -
  • Street Fight Daily: Carmakers Rethink Dashboards, GrubHub’s Growth Prospects

    … planners are finding new ways to address inefficiencies, leveraging connected technology to create smarter hubs that work for city dwellers. The dynamic use of knowledge to improve both the utilization of scarce resources and a higher quality of life for its citizens is the hallmark of a smart city. A Founder Departs In 2014 At Daily Deal Pioneer…

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  • Bustle CEO: Facebook will ‘come crashing down’ for publishers

    …, it will hopefully lead to another raise. Has all the venture capital in publishing created a bubble? No. Uber and Airbnb are good businesses, but a lot of the business venture capitalists invested in in recent years, such as daily deals and Zynga, haven’t delivered. So venture capitalists are seeing that digital media is a valuable investment. It has a great…

    John Mcdermott/ Digidayin Social- 11 readers -
  • Why Pat Sajak Wants to Power Hyperlocal Daily Deals for SMBs

    … Pat Sajak has spent the better part of three decades selling vowels to animated contestants on one America’s longest running game shows. The Wheel of Fortune host has remained active off-the-air, as an investor and political commentator, and most recently, as a surprising entrant into the local marketing industry. Last year, Sajak joined Great…

    Steven Jacobs/ Street Fightin Twitter- 9 readers -
  • It may be time to drop your annual marketing strategy

    … of a smarter planet. Illustrations courtesy of Flickr CC, Iridia, and Tim Donovan The post It may be time to drop your annual marketing strategy appeared first on Schaefer Marketing Solutions: We Help Businesses {grow}. Related Stories How to set up a Social Media Command Center Your social media strategy plan: Where do you START? Four ways social media impacts emotional branding …

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  • 5 Tips for the Aspiring Hyperlocal Publisher

    … funding — and sustainability — continue to remain one of the sector’s biggest challenges. Following last week’s Street Fight Summit here are five important considerations for anyone considering moving into this space (or indeed already in it). There is no “one size fits all” solution Back in 2012 I argued, in a landscape report written for the UK…

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  • 5 charts: What keeps email marketers awake at night?

    … quickly and efficiently without sacrificing quality Whether they’re delivering a morning news feed, daily deals or flash sales, all email marketers rely on compelling content. Being swift without sacrificing quality is a top priority: It’s not just a matter of writing the great headlines; newsletters must boast beautiful designs that are responsive…

    Digidayin EMail- 15 readers -
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