No Printer Required: First Paperless Daily Deal Service Launches Gaming platform SCVNGR has teamed up with American Express and Levi's to create the first paperless daily deal redemption system. If you've ever purchased a Groupon or LivingSocial daily deal, you've probably gone through the awkward process of redeeming your coupon. You have to print out the daily deal, remember to bring the printout with you and give it to the cashier, who may or may not be trained on how to redeem it. Plus, pulling out a coupon isn't necessarily something you want to do on a date. SCVNGR and American Express believe that they have found the solution.
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Ou Topos » Blog Archive » Twitter’s CPM Posted: September 7th, 2010 | Author: Sami | Filed under: The Disruption of Marketing | Tags: cpm, reduction, sale, twitter, Uniqlo | 1 Comment » Uniqlo does it again with Lucky Counter campaign. The fashion retailer asks people to promote their favorite Uniqlo items via Twitter against price reduction for the said item of – estimating from my experience – 0,01% per tweet. This inspired me to a small calculation: if one tweeting Briton has 126 followers on average, and we assume that any given tweet is seen by 1/10 of followers = 13 followers on average, we can derive that 77 tweets are needed for 1000 people to see the message.
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