Deal Carrot offers a massive 25% of their company to the public for free
(PRWEB) February 28, 2012
There is no shortage of deal sites on the Internet - however DealCarrot.com has taken the concept to a completely new level using a strategy reminiscent of the Dot-com boom. Deal Carrot offers a massive 25% of their company to the public for free resulting in much stronger incentives than other deal sites. Groupon’s recent IPO (Initial Public Offering) was $13 billion after just two years of operation, which forms the basis of Deal Carrot’s cash giveaway at flotation.
Deal Carrot is essentially a cooperative (an association or company owned by its members). Users own a share of the business - therefore as the business grows, your share of the business becomes more valuable and increased participation results in more shares.
Deal Carrot has a very simple strategy which will reward its users with a significant sum of money in the form of shares whilst simply purchasing their lifestyle products and everyday essentials.
Users of Deal Carrot will get free shares in the company for simply signing up by entering their email address.
Now, before anyone says, “This is too good to be true.” What is interesting to note is that the same thing was said of TravelZoo back in 1999 by the mainstream media channels and several very incorrect industry pundits. Their sceptical views where proven wrong when TravelZoo’s shares were valued at $500 to $1600 in 2006. Everyone who had signed up was ‘laughing’ all the way to the bank! TravelZoo was on a much smaller scale than this which Deal Carrot are proposing.
With a much stronger strategy than other daily deal sites as described above, Deal Carrot are now earmarked by the industry as being a clear leader in the battle of the Deal Sites. If they achieve the same level of success as Groupon, this would yield users of Deal Carrot an incredible $3.25 billion to share.
The one small requirement that needs to be fulfilled to be eligible for the shares and a very reasonable one at that, Deal Carrot stipulates that a user must purchase at least one daily deal from Deal Carrot before its predicted IPO date in about two years time; this is how a cooperative works in general, give something and get something in return. People under the age of eighteen will be able to redeem their shares when they are of age.
Industry pundits have recognised that Groupon’s strategy is failing and their recent acquisition of HyperPublic only goes part way to solving their cash flow problems.
As Groupon was first to market, this has allowed other daily deal sites to learn from unplanned growth and mistakes. Groupon has a heavy reliance on staff, which Living Social has proven can be significantly reduced.
Deal Carrot’s strategy only allows them to expand in to areas which are profitable eliminating risk. Deal Carrot has created a true win, win, win situation for Merchants, Users and Deal Carrot alike.
Learning from others mistakes, Deal Carrot has decided not to offer daily deals immediately to its customers allowing them time to accurately provide offers that are suitable to the user’s needs, meanwhile Deal Carrot will be displaying various popular freebie deals to keep the Public’s interest.
DealCarrot.com should not be treated as a fly-by-night company as the management team are the same management team that were responsible for the early success of ebookers.com, turning it into Europe’s largest and most successful online travel agents; this venture lead through to a £190 million sale to Cendant in 2005. The management team also includes a key global figure in risk management from within the banking sector.
A fair deal for everyone! This strap line certainly is the case - as their website reads.
If Deal Carrot is a success you cash in and if not, you have lost nothing.