DealSpotr.com Is Declaring War On Bad Promo Code Websites
DealSpotr's launch is ending the outdated way consumers find promo codes online by removing all the clutter and unnecessary popups and instead focusing on reliable promo codes. It offers over 1 million coupons from over 25,000 stores.
April 1, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Zipfworks, a California based e-commerce company, has launched a new way to find reliable promo codes online: DealSpotr.com is a redesigned approach to finding promo codes online by focusing exclusively on both the consumer's experience and overall satisfaction.
DealSpotr.com does this by differentiating itself from leading promo code and coupon giants by removing clutter and popups that often ruin the user experience when trying to find promo codes fast and easy. Shoppers today are getting more savvy to saving money and finding the best tools to help them do that. The demand for quality money saving tools, that actually work for the consumer, has never been more important. This is especially true as e-commerce and online shopping becomes a larger industry that more people use as an alternative to traditional in store shopping.
DealSpotr.com is the first promo code website to give consumers a fast and simple way to find those savings without hassle. It has over one million coupons from over 25,000 stores from popular brands and companies like Macy's, Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Target.
"More consumers today often notice that promo code reliability can be a hit or miss. Sometimes those promo code work and sometimes they don't. And most consumers are increasingly becoming time conscious when finding deals online. DealSpotr.com understands the importance of simplicity and an intuitive navigation. If you type a keyword for your product, you find the coupon you need. No gimmicks and no clutter. Just a reliable promo code to save you money on your next purchase. Be a smart shopper and make it a habit to save money. A dollar saved is better than a dollar earned." is a quote by Zipfworks and DealSpotr's founder, Michael Quoc.