eShopedia and YourBestDeals Connect Technology with Deals

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Partnership between deal aggregation site and daily deals site will explore new, innovative ways to utilize technology to simplify online shopping.

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We are very excited to be partnering with eShopedia. We have seen in advance their future approach to the shopping experience which makes it so very simple for the consumer that we had no choice but to be a partner with them.

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Take a small, Silicon Valley startup with access to some of the best technical minds and pair it with a Daily Deals site that has a presence in over 140 cities and a relationship with over 1700 merchants nationwide. Next, add a few innovative ideas into the pot and stir. When done, serve the content to customers and business owners. Finally, mix in user feedback until the flavor is just right. That’s the recipe that eShopedia and YourBestDeals are following as they work together to identify new and innovative ways of marketing to consumers and merchants. “This is such a great combination of business talents between eShopedia and that it basically defines the word synergy,” says YourBestDeals CFO William Parodi. “This combination should bring great results to both merchants and consumers alike.”

Through its proprietary mapping tool, eShopedia has developed a method to aggregate hundreds of promotions from numerous retailers and transform it into a single, standard format. All those deals are currently available and neatly organized on eShopedia’s website. Additionally, they are developing new methods to distribute and display the data. “YourBestDeals is an ideal partner because they have so many different types of deals in so many different cities,” says eShopedia Co-Founder Jack Chiang. “This allows us to get a good understanding of the overall task so we can create a more robust solution. It also gives us a nice variety of use cases to select from when we’re ready to test.”

David Goldfarb, CEO and Founder of YourBestDeals, is very open-minded and very proactive in finding new ways to market the daily deals offered by his company. It’s that mentality which led him to discover eShopedia and their very unique application of technology to gather and distribute deals. “We are very excited to be partnering with eShopedia, “ says Goldfarb. “We have seen in advance their future approach to the shopping experience which makes it so very simple for the consumer that we had no choice but to be a partner with them.” As eShopedia continues to roll out new technology, YourBestDeals, its customers, and its merchants will be the beneficiary of these exciting innovations.

About eShopedia LLC
eShopedia is a start-up headquartered in Foster City. Their website offers an easier way for shoppers to navigate through dozens of store promotions, social buying sites, and daily deal sites all from one place. Its technology includes a mapping tool that is capable of pulling in promotional feeds in a variety of different data formats from over 150 different retail partners, then smartly aggregates the information into a standard format that is easily digestible by the consumer. In addition to the website, eShopedia also provides special promotional updates via its Facebook page, Twitter account, and Blog. For more information, please visit

About YourBestDeals, Inc., Inc. (YBD) is an emerging daily deals provider in the National as well as the hyper-local market. The Company expanded its presence in less than 18 months with deals in over 140 cities nationwide and has over and 1700 merchants under contract currently. The growth of the Company, its merchant network, and affiliate partners has continued at a significant rate on a monthly basis. The Company differs from other deal of the day sites in the fact that their focus is on offering the merchant’s national or local products and services in the hyper-local markets, down to the local neighborhood level. This hyper-localized segment includes smaller secondary markets and promotes these offers among the general public and among the smaller interest groups in the secondary community localities. For more information, please visit

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