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8 Ratings: 3.9
A deal-of-the-day website that is localized to major markets in the United States.

Groupon is a deal-of-the-day website that is localized to major markets in the United States. The first market for Groupon was Chicago, followed soon thereafter by Boston and New York City. As of November 2009, Groupon serves nearly 30 markets. Groupon … see full wiki

5 reviews about GroupOn
review by . February 05, 2011
posted in Business Matters
The world catches on... A brand new online shopping experience!
There’s a saying in Chinese, 团结是力量 (unity is strength). This is the concept behind the business model of the billion dollar company GROUPON. The site is now valued at some $6 billion after rejecting a buyout from Google last December. It’s been rumored that Groupon is on the road to an IPO for some $15 billion this year. So, with some $350-500 million annual revenue, what does this company has to offer to its consumers?          In properties, …
Quick Tip by . February 06, 2011
If you haven't bought enough over the Christmas & New Year or if you are a shopping addict, then this is the site for YOU! Otherwise, Groupon doesn't do much for someone who doesn't like shopping nor window-shopping. As a business, it is highly interesting. As a website, other than the technicality of a bidding "auction", I don't find it engaging. It does what it intends to do though & that's probably enough for its targeted audience & investors!
review by . July 19, 2009
My mother once called me cheap.  I informed her that this was impossible, because cheap people have the CHOICE about whether to spend money...I was actually, just broke.      In my quest to not be broke, I've learned that besides increasing earnings, one must look at decreasing expenditures.  On the flip-side, businesses need to market to new customers in a way that is cost effective for them.  GroupOn has satisfied both needs in one website.      …
Quick Tip by . December 22, 2010
If for no other reason, you should subscribe to Groupon just to check out their unsubscribe page. Well worth the price of admission!
review by . January 13, 2010
   I’m always finding out about sales the day after they end. Typically, I’ll be walking into a restaurant on a weeknight only to find out that yesterday, the same meal was being offered at half the price. Or, even more often, I’ll be scrolling through all the spam in my inbox when I finally have a second on a Thursday, only to discover that the 40% off coupon from Borders was only for Tuesday and Wednesday and the $200 off coupon from Travelocity expired Wednesday at …
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