What they do: Dealnews.com, inc. is a small network of comparative shopping websites that focuses on computers, technology and gadgets. Unlike most comparative shopping sites, deals featured on dealnews are hand-picked and human-edited to ensure honesty and to maintain their reputation for providing high-quality and accurate deals.
In addition to Dealnews.com, they also run dealmac for Apple and Apple-related products, dealink for printer ink cartridges, dealram for computer memory, dealcam for digital video and still cameras, and dealcoupon for web coupons.
The company has been around since 1997, when they started their first website, then known as deal-mac.com to focus on Apple Macintosh products. Two years later, they expanded with dealnews to focus on PC products and everything else fron DVD’s and books to office supplies.
Dealnews emphasizes quality listings, and only list deals from reputable vendors. To be posted on the dealnews site, a deal also has to be legit; it has to be the lowest price available for that product; and it has to be relevant. They also offer email alerts and RSS feeds. Their site is updated daily, and they have been known to report more than 200 new deals in a single day.
Why you should buy: 90% of dealnews readers are males, most of them between 18 and 45. Dealnews says that their core audience is made up of “techie geeks.” They also claim that their dealmac forum is the most popular Mac forum on the web.
Dealnews claims that advertising merchants get an average 12.5x ROI. They get 2 million visitors and 10 million page views per month. They also provide click-fraud protection from AuthentiClick.
Existing dealnews advertisers include top online merchants like Amazon.com, Dell, and TigerDirect.
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