London, UK (PRWEB) August 20, 2007
A brand new site in the UK recently launched with a desire to bring together social networking and hot UK deals into one central location. Feed Me Deals (http://www.feedmedeals.co.uk) aims to become the leading online resource in the UK where people can come and enjoy each others company, while searching for bargains and discounts on a full range of products and services in the UK.
The site aims to leverage the 'sum is greater than the whole' philosophy by providing people a place where they can post UK deals they find online and offline that might benefit others. The more people engaged with the project the more specials, deals and vouchers will be made available.
Retailers win with this aggregated approach as more people will be led to certain promotions that may have otherwise been missed by people. e.g You can benefit from a deal offered in a magazine that you never bought, or would have bought, that someone else has purchased providing you more opportunity to 'stumble' across a good deal.
Feed Me Deals offers ease of use and plenty of room to grow as it uses scalable internet resources to ensure the website is always providing what it's users need. Updated constantly it is an addictive site which encourages users to bookmark it to ensure regular visits to find hot UK deals. The site is easy to navigate and it is easy to glance down the front page to see what you have missed up until the last deal that you have seen. A visit a day is what the doctor ordered it would seem.
Long term Feed Me Deals has intentions to extend to allow users to review products that are offered as deals through the site. This aims to return power to the consumer allowing people to speak about what is hot and what is not.
In a growing market it seems clear the Feed Me Deals (UK) is set to become a market leader in an area saturated with distressed, messy, hard to navigate websites.
The site exists as a community site. There is not one person, other than the Feed Me Deals volunteers, who are responsible for keeping spam and unsavory characters at bay.
It seems Feed Me Deals ideal is to keep it simple. No advertising, no guff, just hot deals contributed by people all after the common good.