Web 2.0 Hot Deal Site Dealsplus.com Launched

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dealsplus.com, which combines BensBargains.net and Digg.com, is an online social shopping community driven by its users and community. It offers a distinctive place where user can share great bargains gathered from throughout the internet. dealsplus.com was founded on the principles of Web 2.0 design philosophy, allowing for tightly integrated content and user interactivity.

San Francisco, CA Dealsplus.com, which combines BensBargains.net and Digg.com, is an online social shopping community driven by its users and community. It offers a distinctive place where user can share great bargains gathered from throughout the internet. Dealsplus.com was founded on the principles of Web 2.0 design philosophy, allowing for tightly integrated content and user interactivity.

Dealsplus.com was co-founded by Ben Chui, founder and president of BensBargains.net, which is one of the most popular bargain shopping destinations on the internet. Dealsplus.com is one of a number of shopping communities that allows user find good deals, but is the first and only this site combines social bookmarking, user level, and non-editorial control over the posted content.

With Dealsplus.com, members not only submit the deals, but they decide what the best deals are to make the front page headlines. An AJAX interface allows users to rate deals and comments in real-time. This feature is modeled after our namesake, where you can
“Plus“ a Deal to increase its rating. Every time you click the green button on a deal or comment, it is bookmarked to your personal profile. Additionally, all members have their own Dealsplus.com user level. This level represents the cumulative contribution history of each member. The user level allows users to see who is contributing the best content, based on a series of factors.

You can help other fanatical bargain hunters like yourself by rating deals with Dealsplus.com and submitting other great deals that you may find along the way.

About online retail sales:
Jupiter Media Metrix reports that online retail sales continue to grow, despite widespread skepticism over the sector's health. Although the pace has eased, US online retail sales will still reach $104 billion in 2005 and $130 billion by 2006, up from $34 billion in 2001.
Visit https://www.dealsplus.com to see what’s happening.

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