Customers who view product videos are 85% more likely to buy than those who don't. After watching our videos and getting our unbeatable deal, customers will rush over to check out the businesses we feature at ImIn.com.
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 25, 2011
A new social coupon site takes group buying to a new level with video as YouTube releases some startling figures. The name of the company is ImIn.com. It is located in St. Charles, Illinois and they have launched their website (http://www.imin.com) in July 2011 to allow their fans to sign up, watch their videos and start purchasing their coupons at a savings of 50% - 90% off.
The decision to use video as the best method to promote local businesses came from impressive statistics pertaining to online video. YouTube announced recently that it has reached 3 billion video views per day. That’s the equivalent of every U.S. resident watching at least nine videos per day, says Google. What’s more – online video makes money. 94 out of America’s top 100 advertisers have run video campaigns on YouTube and Google. This data combined with the fact that customers who view product videos are 85% more likely to buy than those who don’t creates one strong argument for using video as a marketing tool.
ImIn.com creates a video about every local business and coupon offer it features on its website. “We make it fun for users to discover cool local spots, new favorite hangout places, must-have dishes at neighborhood restaurants, interesting events and stores. Most importantly we introduce the people behind those places. We believe that after watching our videos and getting our unbeatable deal our customers will rush over to check out the businesses we feature,” says Michael Vitale, the CEO of ImIn.com.
In today’s economy everyone is making their dollar stretch. People are searching the Internet for coupon sites and coupon codes more than ever and no matter how you look at it, coupons are cash. ImIn.com vouchers act like printable coupons. Customers can experience discounts on: restaurants, salons, spas, nightlife, concerts, theaters, museums, shows, lessons, yoga, tours, bakeries, hotels, boutiques, and more.
The business model of the company plays on the same group buying model as Groupon and Living Social - buy a social coupon at a savings of 50% - 90% off as long as a set number of others buy the coupon in the given time allotment. Each day a new deal is featured via email, their website, on Twitter, Facebook, and last but not least YouTube.
Coupon lovers can sign up now for these social video-delivered coupons by going to http://www.imin.com.
I’m In – Are You?
Imin.com is a premiere video-delivered social coupon site that invites customers to experience Chicago's local attractions at a savings of 50% - 90% off.