Venice, Calif. (PRWEB) June 15, 2011
User-generated online coupon site CouponDudes.com announced today that it will implement a new rule for users competing in its Big Kahuna contest, limiting participants to 100 coupons per day--with unlimited submissions on the last day of the contest--and 10 coupons per store per week.
Over the course of the last month, CouponDudes has witnessed greater numbers of participating users and experienced a soaring volume of coupon code submissions. Due to its increasing popularity, the website intends to use the new 100-coupon cap to more effectively manage the quality and quantity of its content. Users can check the scorecard real time at http://www.coupondudes.com/big-kahuna-contest.
Undoubtedly the largest motive behind increased user participation is CouponDudes' Big Kahuna contest, a weekly engagement that awards a free Apple iPad 2 to the user who submits the greatest number of successful coupons. Once the site turned the originally monthly contest into a weekly event in May, it experienced an influx of submissions and established these new rules in an effort to focus on quality discounts.
With the increased frequency of Big Kahuna giveaways, CouponDudes has more than doubled its coupon count from 10,000 to over 20,000. Additionally, the number of stores for which the site offers coupon codes has more than tripled, leaping from 2,000 to over 6,000.
In addition to the contest, CouponDudes visitors have access to hundreds of new coupons daily, as well as such interactive features as "giving props" to frequent participants and earning badges and other rewards for submissions. To learn more about CouponDudes and the Big Kahuna contest, visit http://www.coupondudes.com.
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