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Does Data Really Matter To Your Startup? Definitely, Maybe.

There’s been a huge amount of conversation over the past few years about data-driven startups, the power of great analytics and how to use data as a tool to make better decisions. So much so that a whole new crop of incredibly expensive and, apparently, incredibly smart people have appeared in Silicon Valley. I’ve even heard whispers that, as the owner of a startup, the next most important hire your company will make is the Head of...

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Ranking Deals With Dealupa

Deal aggregator sites are popping up all over the place and finding the deal you really want is not as easy as they make it seem. The technology for categorizing the deals and making them easily available for search has not been perfected. This means you have to scroll through countless deals before you find what you really want making the process frustrating and time consuming. Dealupa is another deal aggregator and they believe they...

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CoupFlip.com – Sell Unused Deals

If there’s something these GroupOn and LivingSocial folks sure know how to do, then that’s marketing their offers. Who hasn’t bought any of their deals on a whim, just because they described it in a way that equaled buying it with being the hippest person in the milky way? And who hasn’t wondered what to do with such a deal afterwards? The obvious thing to do would be to trade it. But how? Where could you...

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Presentify.me – Turn Vouchers Into Gifts

Letting you do something productive with all the unused coupons that you might have is the aim of Presentify. Compatible with Groupon, Dealfind, Tippr and Gilt City, this is a service that can have all your unwanted coupons turned into gifts. This process is really swift, with you being able to turn your every unused voucher into a pretty gift certificate. You just have to supply the link to the deal, the voucher number and your name...

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Shobb.com – The Best Deals In Your City

Groupon, LivingSocial, EverSave, DealPulp, Daily Steals … the number (and scope) of a-deal-a-day websites grows by the second. Nobody has the time to check them out one by one. And that is all the more frustrating because they mostly come up with deals of their very own, so that one always ends up with the feeling that while he has got a great bargain at Groupon or LivingSocial, a better deal could have been had somewhere else...

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