Breckenridge, CO (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
As any business owner knows (online or local), getting customers is probably one of the biggest challenges and expenses. No customers, no sales. In response to this challenge, a new website has been created to allow business owners all across America, online shops and local "brick and mortar" store fronts, to advertise directly to the end customer for a very low cost.
The name of the new site is randomDEAL.com. "We show you just one great DEAL at a time." randomDEAL.com is great for the online business who wants to attract new customers to their online store, but it is also a great way for the local business owner to move into the online space and attract business.
With the zip code targeting randomDEAL.com has built in, a local restaurant / dry cleaners / auto repair / bakery / theater / coffee shop / hair salon or virtually any other local "brick and mortar" business can easily offer their promotion to people online in their local area. randomDEAL.com allows the end customer to set preferences, without sign-ins or cookies, to get content they want to see. The first item in preferences is a spot for the customers zip code, so they can randomly see a local deal.
randomDEAL.com was born out of the idea that most customers like a good DEAL. If it is a new product offering, a new restaurant that just opened, a store that needs to move some inventory or just wants to increase business; a deal is a good way to get to those new customers. If a business owner offered a deal to new customers, those customers would be happy to save some money and patronize that business. At the same time, the owner would be happy with more new customers, and increased sales. If that business owner coupled good service with that DEAL, they could turn those new customers into regular customers. A win/win situation.
With randomDEAL.com, a business owner only pays a quarter (25 cents) if some is interested in the deal. Like the pay per click model, but without escalating prices due to bidding. With it only costing 25 cents when a customer is interested in a deal, a business owner might be inclined to offer an even better deal since they did not have to pay for the expensive newspaper ad, TV spot, radio slot, high search engine rankings, or other advertising fees to get the word out to new customers about the deal. And if the business owner can offer a better deal now because of the advertising savings, the owner will probably get even more customers due to a more attractive offer. Another win/win situation.
Before going live to the public, randomDEAL.com is giving away $50 worth of advertising credit to any new business that creates an account. At 25 cents per potential new customer, that is about 200 potential customers to each business owner is being given with absolutely no cost to them. There is no fee, credit card or deposit required. Just by creating an account, the business owner gets a $50 credit.
# # #