Flash Sales

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.
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    … of Disney Stores, Worldwide; V.P. of Merchandising at Victoria's Secret and V.P. of eCommerce at Interactive Video Technologies. He was a member of the Board of Advisors of Motionbox, Inc. prior to its acquisition by Hewlett Packard. Haims received a Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Management at Boston University. (Some images used under license from Shutterstock.com.)…

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  • Gilt Groupe Co-founder Tries Her Hand at On-Demand

    … garde Art Basel festival. The new role is a happy medium for Wilkis Wilson. She has spent her career in the fashion industry, working at Louis Vuitton and Bulgari, where she helped lead the brand’s retail efforts in the U.S., before leaving to build the flash sales site in 2007. Now, Wilkis Wilson wants to bring her knowledge of selling in stores…

    Steven Jacobs/ Street Fight- 6 readers -
  • Looking for Leads? 11 Ways to Leverage Social Media

    When you’re pressed for time, trying to generate solid leads can seem like a nightmare. That’s where social media, with its ability to connect you with just about anyone, can be a great help. But how do you leverage this wide-ranging resource? To find out, we asked 11 YEC entrepreneurs how they’ve successfully used social media to generate leads in a short time frame.

    Scott Gerber/ Search Engine Journal- 8 readers -
  • 13 Ways to Beat the Facebook Algorithm

    … flash sales, special discounts, contests, etc. 8. Pay Attention to Analytics Since organic Facebook marketing has become significantly more difficult, it’s time to start paying careful attention to your analytics. You don’t need anything too fancy – Facebook’s own analytics can show you which posts perform better than others. See what kind of content…

    Larry Kim/ Search Engine Journalin Social Google Facebook YouTube- 3 readers -
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