Livingsocial

LivingSocial is a local marketplace that features discounted gift certificates usable nationally or at 16 countries around the world. Based in Washington, D.C., LivingSocial now has more than 70 million members around the world world and 205 million vouchers to date. LivingSocial is broken down into 5 catgories: local, escapes, shop, at home and coupons..
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  • Street Fight Daily: Groupon Acquires LivingSocial, Businesses Use Ride-Sharing to Create Revenue

    … and intelligent activation and not ad-hoc testing. So in this always-on mobile real-time era, is there still a place for Shopper Marketing? Why Gannett’s Plan to Buy Tronc Still Makes Sense (Poynter) With Gannett’s third quarter earnings due Thursday, there is at least a chance that its six-month bidding drama to take over Tronc will finally be resolved. The deal still makes all kinds of sense, especially for Tronc shareholders. Get Street Fight Daily in your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletter. …

    Street Fightin Google- 10 readers -
  • FiveStars Digs Deeper Into Customer Data to Get Beyond ‘Loyalty’

    … While their initial iterations may have been about replacing merchants’ punchcards with digital equivalents, local loyalty companies are now more focused on using an increasingly deep trove of consumer data to promote repeat visits and better understand customer habits and inclinations. Street Fight recently caught up with FiveStars co-founder…

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  • 5 Platforms to Quickly Sell Overstocked Items

    … by a store that’s offers 50%-off sweaters for the next 60 minutes. Cashiers scan a QR code, and the discount is taken at the register. 5. LivingSocial: Reaching high-quality clientele via mobile channels Another survivor of the daily deal boom, LivingSocial has shifted its focus in recent years. The company helps local merchants reach “high-quality…

    Stephanie Miles/ Street Fightin Facebook- 8 readers -
  • 5 Keys to Small Business Success in 2016

    … of the vertical markets that were most likely to try daily deals in previous years — like gyms, spas, and restaurants — now are adding their own loyalty programs. Businesses are finding new upsell and cross-sell opportunities through these loyalty programs. For example, Gold’s Gym of Jersey City incentivizes its members to join its loyalty program…

    Stephanie Miles/ Street Fight- 11 readers -
  • Month in Numbers: December 2014

    … was StumbleUpon which had an unsubscribe rate of 51%, ouch! Also in the firing line was SlideShare and Monster. They also did awards for services that send the most frequent emails. LivingSocial came top here, sending a staggering 285 emails on average per user. Groupon, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter were also mentioned. 30% According to Google’s…

    Charlotte Hardy/ Attacat of Edinburghin Social- 27 readers -
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