Coupons Site Maps.google.com Intitle Google Offers
January 26, 2011 by USA Post
Coupons Site Maps.google.com Intitle Google Offers, Google and $ 6 billion offer for Groupon did not work, but he loses no time to prepare its own competing products Google offers local advertising. The first signs of deals Google has released last week. Google has confirmed, calling it a “test of a prepaid / voucher program, but gave no further details.
Well, we have more details, courtesy of Google’s search engine very clean. (When PR fails, just Google it). There is a simple way to get a list of active Google offers coupons. It is a kind of back door, but if you search for “coupons site: maps.google.com intitle: Google Offers” you can see almost 42,000 results, most of which related to individual assets coupons. For example, here for a free yoga classes in Chicago (Groupon fee) and another 50 percent of lunch at a vegetarian restaurant in Watertown, Massachusetts. You can also add a gadget offers your iGoogle homepage showing offers near you.
Google has started promoting the service recently for small businesses and has about 42,000 stores (assuming that each result is a unique offering). Maybe Google is waiting to get 100,000 or 500,000 of tenders before the launch of public service, but local traders are already registering in large numbers. If you go to a coupon page active, you see the name and address of the company above the current offer, which is inside a box, the dotted line. I guess you’re supposed to see the coupon on your phone to a cashier or maybe you’re supposed to print and cut. The details of the offer are in the box and a coupon code and expiration date. Depending on the coupon is a small map indicating where the company is located. IGoogle provides what Google offers might look like an Android application, showing features nearby.
Although it was called a clone Groupon, Google does not seem to offer a service group discounts for purchase. And Google is not selling these offers or to collect money directly from consumers. Instead, Google is proposing is a simple, self-serve advertising service locally. The offerings include the Kombucha and 1 outside Whole Foods in Manhattan’s Union Square or $ 10 for a gutter cleaning in Michigan. Unlike Groupon, they do not require a minimum number of people to buy them before they become effective, and they do not seem to be as fun or whimsical.
Neither do they drive a huge amount of new customers of these companies (the offers seem to be more than crazy pedestrians). This is a business model quite different. Groupon convinces companies to offer amazing deals precisely because of its promotion of a face-to-day and promised surge of new customers. Google offers seems more based show you deals in your neighborhood, and will probably be tied to your mobile phone and Google Maps. This approach is better than Groupon scale but the quality of offers may not be as exciting. Obviously, since this is a work in progress, we’ll have to wait and see what other bells and whistles that Google deals with spear.
Update: As some commenters noted, those offers is very similar to Google Google Coupons are available for local businesses as a feature of Google sites for a long period. It is possible that this is a change of name of this feature in front of a large product launch Google offers. The iGoogle gadget is also new.
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