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[20 Jul 2011 | No Comment | ]

In true McLaughlin Group style, Greg Sterling moderated the final session at Deals 3D — “Deals: The Next Stage” — more as a rapid-fire roundtable than a traditional panel. He dished, they debated. So, consistent to the theme, here are samples of how Closely’s Perry Evans, Wantsa’s David Strebinger and Deal Current’s Jimmy Hendricks see …

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[19 Jul 2011 | One Comment | ]

There are already many types of deals and a plethora of deal providers. And all signs point to even more growth and variety.
To peer a year or two ahead, moderator Matt Booth led a discussion with four seasoned players in the deal space on Tuesday afternoon. He asked them for their predictions of the key …

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[19 Jul 2011 | No Comment | ]

For Part Deux of the Mobile Meets Deals series, host Mike Boland continued his dialog with segment leaders.
First up was Brian Knapp, VP of Business Operations, Loopt.
Knapp presented Loopt’s new u-Deals program, launched a few weeks ago on Android and the Web. He said u-Deals “Puts the power of the crowd in charge of deals.” …

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[19 Jul 2011 | One Comment | ]

Deals are more than a one off when combined with merchant services such as mobile payment processing and scheduling, according to panelists at BIA/Kelsey’s Deals 3D conference in San Francisco today.
Daily deal merchants can get a higher rate of return on their daily deal offer by implementing scheduling and reminder services, noted FullSlate CEO Bill …

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[19 Jul 2011 | One Comment | ]

Who cares what happened when Harry met Sally!? The real action is here at the Deals 3D Conference, where “Mobile Meets Deals.”
In “Part I: Heavy Hitters,” host Mike Boland ran a triad of fast-past interviews with key players rooted in the local online space.
First up was Tristan Walker, Director, Business Development of Foursquare. Walker summarized …

Conferences, Coupons/Deals, Facebook, Online/Interactive, Social »

[19 Jul 2011 | No Comment | ]

Facebook touts itself as a platform that allows and encourages partners to further build out its social graph. In Deals, it has now found its most significant partner yet, inking a deal with American Express to push socially curated deals to cardholders.
Cardholders will link their AMEX accounts to Facebook’s “Link-Like-Love” application. They will then …

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[18 Jul 2011 | No Comment | ]

Group buying is growing up…and growing more complex in the process. It has long-outgrown the Groupon-and-the-seven-dwarfs phase and has added new layers reminiscent of other, more mature digital sectors, expanding into vertical niches, attracting media companies and necessitating aggregators. Now, as deal originators seek scale and publishers look for relevant offers to serve their audiences, …

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[1 Jul 2011 | 2 Comments | ]

Lately I’ve been exploring our video archives to pull out hidden gems and relive some of the important takeaways from our past conferences.
Appropos to our Deals 3D show coming up in just over two weeks, I spent some time clipping bits and pieces of Groupon CEO Andrew Mason’s keynote from our Marketplaces 2010 conference in …

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[29 Jun 2011 | One Comment | ]

Readers of the blog know that we believe the deals space is the springboard for the next generation of …dare I say it…Local Online Commerce. Our Deals 3D conference July 18-19 in San Francisco is the one that couldn’t wait until ILM West in December. Everything is happening right now, as daily deals become a …

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[22 Jun 2011 | One Comment | ]

Deal aggregators sort through daily deals and find the best ones for consumers in return for a piece of the action. They are primed to make up a healthy part of the extended family of deals products. But it isn’t certain whether they’ll maintain the cooperation of major deals companies. LivingSocial and others have made …