Actually, it’s really quick. Check it out:
In October 2010, Yahoo was rumored to have offered over $3 billion to acquire Groupon. On November 30, 2010, it was reported that Google offered $5.3 billion with a $700 million earnout to acquire Groupon and was rejected on December 3, 2010.
The Wall Street Journal says Groupon is “projecting that the company is on pace to make $1 billion in sales faster than any other business, ever”.
So, do you still think couponing is dead?
Well, that’s why I put my heads together with the best and brightest programmer in the biz. I wanted to take a little piece of what Groupon has done and make it so that you, the little guy, can grab just a little piece of the billion dollar market.
|Create and Manage Coupons
You can create unlimited number of coupons,
edit and delete them. Managing all your coupons is easy in the WordPress Admin.
Display a Groupon-style countdown on your coupon, number of available coupons or the expiration date.
Drag and drop the coupon widget to your sidebar like any other WordPress widget to display your coupon on the blogs sidebar.
The plugin includes 8 unique color schemes. You can customize the look and feel of your coupons.
Use the WP Coupon Generator short-code to insert your coupons inside any post or page.
Translate the coupon action buttons and messages to any language you want. No special technical knowledge is need.
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