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Coupon Web Sites: Never Pay Full Price Again?

by Melissa Korn
Tuesday, February 3, 2009

provided by Wall Street Journal

These days, it seems there's no sense buying something unless you can get at a steep discount. That goes for big-ticket items like houses and cars, down to such smaller purchases as vacation packages, electronics and clothes.

According to research group comScore Inc., 27 million Americans visited coupon sites in October, up 33% from a year earlier. And from last January to September, the number of coupon-related Web searches doubled. So it's clear more of us are hunting for deals.

Scores of Web sites aggregate coupons and promotional codes that help people shop online without ever having to pay full price. Some, like, are geared toward grocery and drug store staples. (Today, that site is featuring $1 off Velveeta cheese and $2 off Perdue Frozen Fully Cooked Chicken on its home page.)

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Online viewers want longer content

July 30, 2008

Good news for video publishers: Online video viewers are, for the most part, still watching as much TV and seeing as many movies on DVD and in theaters as ever.

Only 11% of online video viewers ages 12 to 64 surveyed in March and April by Frank N. Magid Associates said they had cut back on their TV time as a result of their Internet watching. One in 10 respondents said they went to movie theaters less as a result of online video, and only 7% said their DVD viewing had declined.


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Michael Arrington of is a Millionaire!

May 15th, 2006

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As much as people criticize or adore the articles and insights that come from Techcrunch I just realized that he makes bank. And by bank I mean he is raking in around $85,000 a month. This seems AMAZING for a person who writes on a blog also known as an online diary to generate that much money.

How does he make so much (he is smiling above from making so much money):

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