Tinley Park, IL (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
Daily deal and e-commerce site, PulseTV announced today that it has been testing a Facebook App that inserts its deal of the day onto fan pages. PulseTV CEO Jaffer Ali stated, “There are literally tens of thousands of fan pages that collectively have millions of individual fans. They have not been effectively monetizing their reach. Now with our PulseTV Daily Deal App, they can have our deal inserted onto their page with zero work and earn money on all sales.”
PulseTV has integrated its third party tracking system, ROIA with the app so that all transactions can be traced to the appropriate fan page. Sales can be monitored in real time with the partner fan page. Ali continued, “The daily deal space is a very competitive environment and it is critical to differentiate yourself from the crowd to survive. PulseTV innovated by using videos to demonstrate its national deals, expanding distribution to marketplaces and now developing ways to move beyond the email in box so people can get access to deals wherever they spend their time.”
Co-founder and General Manager Anisa Ali, also Jaffer’s sister, weighed in, “What better way to have deals shared than on the Facebook platform itself? We believe our app does two things really well; First, it helps people or companies to earn money from their fan pages; Secondly, it allows people to easily share their favorite deals. Much has been made about social buying. This is the epitome of social buying.”
PulseTV.com will only be accepting potential partners with a minimum of 20,000 fans into the program. Presently, only PulseTV owned fan pages have tested the daily deal fan app. With this announcement, PulseTV plans on rolling it out to third party Facebook fan pages.
For more information, contact:
Mary Kolacki Dir.of Communications
m.kolacki (at) PulseTV.com 708-478-4500 ext. 109
PulseTV.com is an e-commerce company that moved all of its business online in 1998. Since then, over 1.7 million customers have been shipped from its warehouse. Self funded, it has grown from mailing 25,000 daily deal subscribers in 2007 to deploying its daily emails to over 5 million people every day.