Nonprofits Raise Money and Attract New Visitors with New CommonKindness Coupon Gallery iframe

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By adding a CommonKindness Coupon Gallery to their websites, nonprofit organizations can draw new website visitors and empower supporters and guests to save money on their grocery bills while raising money for their favorite causes.

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The CommonKindness Coupon Gallery on Living Rich With Coupons.

The CommonKindness Coupon Gallery is a fresh approach nonprofits are taking to draw a new demographic to their websites and reward their existing base of supporters.

Nonprofit organizations can now fundraise, reward their current audience of supporters, members, and volunteers, and entice new visitors to their websites by simply adding the CommonKindness Grocery Coupon Gallery to their websites. The embedded coupon gallery keeps visitors on the nonprofit’s website, and can be easily implemented using HTML iframe coding.

“The CommonKindness Coupon Gallery is a fresh approach nonprofits are taking to draw a new demographic to their websites and reward their existing base of supporters,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness. “It is a great way to associate the organization with the good feeling people experience both when they make charitable contributions and when they save money for their families.”

Launched to provide an innovative way for America’s cash-strapped consumers to help their favorite charities, CommonKindness is a social enterprise that gives 20 percent of its coupon redemption revenues to 501(3)(c) nonprofit organizations chosen by participating shoppers.

CommonKindness Coupon Gallery feeds growing consumer demand for discount offers, while providing a sustainable source of funding for nonprofits. Seventy-three percent of consumers say they've redeemed online coupons in the last month, according to a recent survey. The model has attracted a wide range of valuable discount offers from dozens of major brands and engagement from many local and national nonprofit organizations.

The CommonKindness Coupon Gallery employs iframe HTML coding to display coupon offers inside a window on the nonprofit’s website—or any other website for that matter. Websites like LivingRichWithCoupons.com, StockPilingMoms.com, and YesWeCoupon.com are utilizing the CommonKindness Coupon Gallery iframe to offer their audience unique coupons. The sites benefit from increased site visitation and length of time visitors spend on their website—two key metrics that profoundly affect website placement in Google and other search engine results.

"Being able to offer unique CommonKindness coupons through an iframe directly on our site is amazing,” said Jenny Martin of SouthernSavers.com. “We are able to keep visitors on our site and help benefit nonprofits at the same time. In the end it makes us a greater resource and it helps others. It’s a classic win-win!”

“Our model is designed so that everyone wins,” added Schloemer. “That is the essence of everything we do here at CommonKindness.”

About CommonKindness
CommonKindness is the new free grocery coupon website that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and giving 20 percent of revenues to nonprofit organizations of the shopper’s choice.

To learn more, go to CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.

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