Booqoos, the deal you want when you want, is live today, offering a better way for merchants and consumers to manage online deals. For merchants, Booqoos provides a powerful platform with complete control and self-management of deals to suit individual business goals, and instant distribution through multiple channels. For consumers, Booqoos aggregates deals from other sites, as well its own, creating a one-stop shop with the ability to search by location, date, and product/service category.
“Booqoos gives us full control over the deals we offer and how we execute them — all at a cost lower than other deal sites,” says Terry Wilson, owner of Aquarelle restaurant and a Booqoos user. “We’re thrilled to be working with Booqoos to offer existing and future Aquarelle customers a good deal, and it gives me the opportunity to completely customize how and when I’d like to promote those deals.”
Booqoos’ do-it-yourself platform is a smarter choice for local small and medium-sized businesses. Unlike other deal sites, Booqoos is more than a discount solution for merchants: it is a full marketing platform that gives businesses unparalleled control over their deals. With Booqoos, merchants have the power to:
“Booqoos is better for businesses, and better for buyers,” Booqoos co-founder Tina Cannon says. “It gives merchants the flexibility to optimize deals to better suit their needs and gives shoppers an easy-to-use platform that cuts down on the clutter and confusion of countless deal emails.”
Booqoos makes it easier for discount seekers to find and purchase the deals they want through a digest email of deals defined by the consumer’s preferences and a searchable database of aggregated deals. Shoppers can also book appointments at the time of purchase. Booqoos also allows non-profits to tap into the deals market for fundraising efforts and even matches business contributions up to 10 percent of the deal purchase price.
“The deals space is crowded, and it’s not,” says Booqoos co-founder Raúl Calvoz. “Most of what we’re seeing are companies attempting to copy Groupon. Our strategy in creating Booqoos was to identify and remedy what we perceived as weaknesses in the daily deal site model. Our patent-pending technology does that and more. The do-it-yourself deals we’ve launched today are just the tip of the iceberg.”
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