Retailmenot

RetailMeNot, Inc. (formerly Whaleshark Media) is an American multinational company headquartered in Austin, that maintains a collection of coupon web sites. The company was founded by Guy King and Bevan Clark in 2006. The company owns RetailMeNot.com and VoucherCodes.co.uk, the largest coupon sites in the US and UK, respectively,[citation needed] and acquires coupon sites and third-party software.RetailMeNot was established to aggregate coupon offers and make them available to consumers.
Posts about Retailmenot
  • How To Get Your Deals Listed on Coupon Websites

    … Note from Geno Prussakov: This is a guest blog post from Eric Nagel: Coupons are a necessary component for most e-commerce sites: The online coupon market is worth about $4 billion a year Majority of US Internet Users Will Redeem Digital Coupons So now that you’ve seen how important it is to offer your shoppers coupons for your e…

    Geno Prussakovin How To's- 15 readers -
  • Survey: 25% of Users Have at Least One Restaurant App on Their Phone

    … Digital savings platform RetailMeNot released a new report, which analyzed how mobile devices have impacted the dining habits of more than 1,000 U.S. adults. The report analyzed data from two separate surveys (one about digital and mobile coupon use at restaurants, and one about general dining out habits), and it showed that 32 percent…

    AllTwitterin Mobile- 21 readers -
  • 5 Proximity-Based Deal-Finding Apps for Retail Brands

    … on keyword, category, or location-based criteria. SnipSnap doesn’t support manufacturer coupons. 5. RetailMeNot: Sourcing deals at nearby malls After seeing a continued increase in the amount of website traffic coming from mobile devices, RetailMeNot launched a mobile app in 2012. In addition to finding and saving coupons from retailers and brands…

    Stephanie Miles/ Street Fight- 15 readers -
  • 10 Top Location-Based Marketing Campaigns of 2015

    … in to receive retailers’ messages. If retailers can show that the cases below can drive connected consumers to cash registers, these examples of 2015’s best location ad efforts may seem mundane by this time next year. Dr Pepper’s Geo-Based Thirst Quench: The soft drink brand worked with programmatic platform Rocket Fuel and in-store attribution…

    Street Fightin EMail- 31 readers -
  • The Internet of Things Is Already Here – and There’s Nothing You Can Do About It

    … feasible, not to mention more appealing to today’s consumers. AtYourService essentially transforms your car into an ad platform. GM has partnered with several well-known brands and websites, including Dunkin Donuts and online coupon site RetailMeNot, to offer in-car incentives in real time based on a user’s location. If you’re a frequent Dunkin…

    Dan Shewan/ WordStreamin Paid Search SEO- 21 readers -
  • GM Puts Local Search in the Driver's Seat With AtYourService

    … partnered with RetailMeNot to offer drivers deals on local goods and services. To use AtYourService, drivers touch the OnStar button located on the rearview mirror of GM vehicles to reach an OnStar representative who acts as a concierge, guiding drivers with turn-by-turn directions to stores, restaurants, gas stations, and more. If drivers request…

    Emily Alford/ Search Engine Watch- 5 readers -
  • 68 percent of consumers say coupons promote loyalty

    … If you want to keep the same customers coming back over and over again, send them a coupon and then send them another one and another. In “The State of Digital Coupons: How Digital Coupons Are Adapting to Mobile and Omnichannel by Forrester Consulting on behalf of RetailMeNot, we learn that coupons are still a prime motivator for both online…

    Cynthia Boris/ Marketing Pilgrim- 6 readers -
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