Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2011
CheapStuff.com recently revamped its website by adding a more local touch to its services. The updated interface caters to the rapidly growing number of consumers that turn to the Internet to learn more about products and merchants. The new and improved CheapStuff.com rounded up over 500,000 stores and online retailers in order to compile and deliver top geo-targeted deals and product information.
The website focuses on local deals and coupons, and it has never been this easy for consumers to find the best discounts in their areas, all in one place. Users will be able to browse through bargains and promotions under several categories, including food, health and fitness, travel, and more. Moreover, the website uses detailed specification filters and comprehensive pricing options that allow users to compare products and prices. Consumers nowadays prefer to interact with “one-stop shops” that can guide them through the whole shopping process. From choosing products, comparing prices, finding local retailers, and even scoring big savings, the new CheapStuff website is designed to assist consumers with a variety of shopping needs.
Aside from pricing and product descriptions, users can also read product, merchant, and deal reviews from fellow shoppers. Genuine opinions and word of mouth significantly help consumers in making informed decisions, so people are encouraged to write reviews on products that they’ve tried. In addition to assisting shoppers, CheapStuff.com also provides free and paid listings for merchants. The main difference between the two types of listings is that the latter is “enhanced,” and includes graphic logos, direct links, and messages from retailers. Ultimately though, regardless of whether listings are free or paid, the website aims to list as many retailers, products, and prices as possible, in order to connect consumers to the merchants and products that they need.