LetMeIntroduce provides a win-win situation for both retailers and online shoppers
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2010
With LetMeIntroduce, online retailers offer instant coupons to their customers in exchange for sharing their purchase on Facebook or Twitter.
LetMeIntroduce provides a self-service platform which integrates with any shopping system and facilitates this coupon-for-promotion trade between a store and its customers. Retailers specify the messaging they want shared, which customers preview. If customers like what it says, the message is posted on their Facebook or Twitter feeds, and they instantly receive a coupon code to use with their purchase. The whole process takes a few clicks, without the customer leaving the store page.
LetMeIntroduce lets retailers leverage some of the same viral mechanisms that led to the explosive growth of Facebook games. Like sharing in-game achievements, people share purchases with their social network. Because these posts communicate an action the customer has actually completed, friends don’t dismiss them as random product advertisements. Sharing the details of an actual purchase is perceived less like spam, and more akin to a testimonial.
LetMeIntroduce provides a win-win situation for both retailers and online shoppers. With coupon consumption steadily on the rise, shoppers receive their coveted instant-off coupons. Retailers get viral promotion without risking their advertising budget attempting viral videos, contests, and other gimmicks.
For additional information on LetMeIntroduce, visit http://www.LetMeIntroduce.com.
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