DealNews is a big deals site with a ton of offers. They get over 14 million visitors per month and provide at least 400 deals every weekday. One thing I really like about DealNews is that you don’t have to register for an account. That’s one less username and password I have to think about (and fewer email offers!). If you do want to register, though, you can. You’ll get deal notifications, be able to join discussions on offers, and save offers to your desktop or mobile app.
DealNews is straightforward and allows you to select the deal most applicable to what you need—whether by category or merchant—and make the purchase right away. They tend to not mess around with cash back or offers that require coupon codes. They just find the best deals on products and services. Their blog content is also outstanding and regularly updated.
DealNews.com is Projected to Invest $10M to Help Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Grow Their Sales And Reach New Customers Through 2020
This investment – which is applied to research and development, analytics, creative, and copywriting areas – provides marketplace sellers with tools to give them superior marketing performance for less cost, which in turn will allow them to generate even greater sales volume.
In the past year, DealNews launched a seller tool for marketing that increased click volume by a stunning 99%. This tool maximizes exposure of a seller’s product over time, helping small and medium-sized businesses build critical momentum on the lead up to peak shopping days like Prime Day, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday.
“DealNews has remained committed and passionate to supporting and growing smaller businesses,” explained Dan de Grandpre, CEO and Co-Founder of DealNews. “We are proud of our industry-leading conversion and engagement rates and are thrilled to offer an honest and unique product. After all, it’s our mission to help small sellers compete with big ones.”
DealNews is poised to launch a new resource in the first quarter of 2021 that will eliminate risk and further level the playing field for small sellers. This new tool, which is currently in testing, will provide sellers an even cheaper and more competitive source of sales. “It’s a game changer,” said Stacey Sullins Wheeler, President of DealNews. “Whether their revenues are in the thousands or the millions, this new service will give sellers a tool that was only available to huge partners like HP and T-Mobile.”