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Google Acquires Incentive Targeting, As Both Companies Point Out

Google has acquired Incentive Targeting, and no the source is not a bogus press release. This one appears legit. The news was even tweeted by Googler Mike Dudas (h/t: TechCrunch): Follow @mdudas Mike Dudas @mdudas Google acquires Incentive Targeting to power highly targeted manufacturer and private label coupon programs: http://t.co/ClqPBjxm  Reply  ·  Retweet  ·  Favorite2 hours ago via Buffer · powered by …

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Quizzes & Coupons Key to Facebook Ad Engagement

Say what you want about coupon users, but one thing stands apparent: that’s the way to consumers’ hearts if you’re looking to increase the engagement of your marketing campaign on Facebook. According to a study from Wildfire Interactive, that method of baiting customers to respond to your ad beat out every other enticement, including giveaways and sweepstakes (both of which …

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Groupon’s Rewards Program Now Available Nationwide

Groupon today announced that its Rewards program, which it began testing in September 2011, has now launched nationwide to the U.S. Groupon Rewards is a loyalty program that uses credit cards to track spending at retailers who use Groupon. The merchants can then reward customers who spend a certain amount. It’s the Groupon version of a coffeehouse punch card or …

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Foursquare Jumps on the Coupon Bandwagon

Foursquare has a new plan to get money, and it seems like they believe they can do it better than Groupon. That’s right, they are offering local coupon deals. They’re making a move on Groupon’s not-so-stellar profits. User’s must check-in at the local establishment to unlock the power of the deal, but will that be enough to attract others to …

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Facebook Offers: Facebook’s Advice For Successful Ones

At a marketing event this past week, Facebook talked about a new “Offers” offering for brands. Offers let businesses and organizations share discounts with customers by posting offers to their Facebook Pages. Facebook describes them as coupons you don’t have to pay anything to create. When a customer claims an offer, they’ll get an email to show at the physical …

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Digital Coupons Help Atlanta Become Most Frugal City In U.S.

Atlanta knows how to save a buck or two, according to a new study from Coupons.com. In a survey released today identifying the most frugal cities in the United States, the Big Peach is the best at not spending a lot. These are complicated economic times and people are looking for whatever break they can get when it comes to …

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