April 23, 2011 by USA Post
Google Offers, Cannot Groupon acquisition after it rejected his offer and 6000000000; Google has chosen to start from scratch with its own daily service delivery of bids. Google is initially offered up in Portland, New York and San Francisco, which offers discounts of 50% off or more in different stores, presumably with the same set of limited time to buy formula and treat other sites where the discount is active only when enough people buy into the offer.
Registration is open only at this time, but offers should come soon. As Groupon, Google will distribute their offerings through regular emails, which “will enable exciting offers in your area.” As expected, Google is not automatically subscribing users to this program, they are asking users to register with Google offers through the Google landing page offers.
It is unclear whether Google will integrate this service with their other products such as web sites and the “stew formerly known as recommendation engine, which could increase the effectiveness of Google’s offerings.
There are still some doubts about whether online services such as Groupon are absolutely sustainable. “You get what you pay”, they say, and unfortunately that was the case for me the few times I’ve used these sites to record the discount. Companies register for Groupon on the premise that the offers to attract new customers who then become willing to pay full price. But often cannot handle the overwhelming flood of coupon holders who end up getting a second-class citizen treatment. So companies really spend money on customer acquisition, but not see them coming back.
That may be a general view and one could argue that you should only buy offers for places they know and like. After all, it is rumored that Groupon is preparing to go public with an estimated value and 25 million dollars, so they must be doing something right. And you, have you had any experience with this agreement the day sites?
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