couponing


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couponing

(ˈkuːpɒnɪŋ)
n
(Marketing) the distribution or redemption of promotional coupons
Translations
couponnage
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A MUM of three has amassed PS2,000 worth of Christmas goodies for just PS20 thanks to her love of extreme couponing.
When Steinberg was in high school, her favorite reality TV show was Extreme Couponing, a show that documents the couponing efforts of discount-obsessed people who go to extreme lengths to purchase items at significant discounts.
According to MobiSave, the patents relate to mobile couponing, geolocation and mobile messaging.
Born more than 100 years before the Internet, couponing has been an advertising tactic since 1888, when Asa Candler, a partner at the Coca-Cola Company, encouraged employees and salespeople to distribute coupons for one free glass of Coca-Cola.
Sixty percent of consumer say that personalized couponing is important and valuable, but only 7 percent currently have it, according to advance survey findings released by the company.
Continued growth in mobile coupon usage will in part be fueled by the integration of couponing platforms into the leading social networks, says a Juniper report.
Dr Alexey Andriyanenko, joint managing director and co-founder of Shopitize, says mobile couponing has the capacity to be virtually 100 percent fraud-free.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 29, 2012-Google buys retail couponing specialist Incentive Targeting(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
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to develop what it says is the first fully mobile couponing system.
Travel Business Review-January 4, 2012--FutureLogics Installs PromoNet Couponing Solution at Casino MonteLago(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.