Archives tagged: Groupon
Groupon has shown the world a new way to do coupon promotions, but is it any better than traditional couponing? In this article, provide an academically proven and industry best-practice approach for evaluating coupon promotions, be it Groupon or any other type of couponing.More
While the GROUPON model — the idea of getting a $50 meal for $15 — is clearly compelling to consumers, does it work for the retailer?More
The May 16 issue of Harvard Business School’s “Working Knowledge” carried an intriguing article entitled “What Loyalty? High-End Customers are First to Flee.” The article goes on to discuss the work of Prof. Francis X. Frie and doctoral student Ryan W. Buell. The premise of the research simple states that customers that businesses believe to be their best and most loyal are likely to be the first to cast you aside when presented with a challenger of a firm’s heretofore superior service. It’s a real kick in the groin to those companies who believe they have invested heavily in high levels of service for their best customers.More
“You’ve got to go out there and kill what you’re going to eat.” Andrew Mason, CEO Groupon Anytime someone says they are…More
Since its launch in 2008, Groupon has generated a storm interest. Positively featured in numerous news articles, news broadcasts, and even a few academic postings, but not every business working with Groupon reports satisfaction. Some are complaining of high expenses that brought few new customers.
So which is Groupon: goldmine, tar pit, or some niche in between?More