Is using coupons like they are in this video stealing?
With the holiday season right around the corner, many small business owners are planning for the busiest time of the year, and itâ€™s the perfect time to appreciate your current customers while gaining new ones.
Juice in the City launched last year in San Mateo.
The discount site wasn’t offering a salon service, pilates class discount, or cheap lunch deal to subscribers of Cincinnati’s Groupon.
Then along came tycoon Asa Griggs Candler, who bought the company in 1888, picked up on the bookkeeper’s idea, and mailed out thousands of the ticket shown above.
A third of businesses don’t make money from promotions on socially charged buying site Groupon, says a new study reported by Inc.com.
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