September 13, 2013
If you’re going to put that much effort into it, you’d better hope the answer will be yes.
Alongside deals for Milwaukee restaurants and mani-pedis was a controversial coupon for a Jeffrey Dahmer tour.
There are all kinds of ways to find a bargain. Coupons. Groupons. Ebay. Craigslist. And when finances are tight, it pays to get creative.
Who needs the Tonys when you’ve got the Webbys?
Here’s how you can help out without going AFK.
The fallout from last weekend’s commercials was just too much for the first-time Super Bowl advertiser.
The world’s greatest sporting event has cemented its place in pop-culture history by netting the most amount of Americans to ever watch a TV show. And not even Christina Aguilera’s flub or Groupon’s offensive ad could do anything …
Subject areas future Super Bowl advertisers might want to avoid: Tibet.
There are two kinds of Super Bowl viewers: Those who tune in for the game, and those who patiently wait through all the punts and blitzes for the halftime show. And of course the Super Bowl ads. Well, group number two, NewsFeed …
Nothing says romance like discounts. And nothing says marital bliss like a $1 price tag.
Today in tech: Google eats Groupon. Or thinks about it. The price tag? Billions. Unless, of course, Groupon offers some sort of a discount… (via Techland)