December 2010

LivingSocial Helps 12 million People Achieve New Year’s Financial Resolutions

December 28, 2010

(From an email LivingSocial sent me) How many times have you resolved to have more fun in the New Year? Or spend less money? Or lose weight? Or go skydiving, travel, change your hairstyle… the list goes on. Thanks to popular social shopping site, LivingSocial, people everywhere (+120 markets in the US alone) will finally […]

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New Year’s Detox For Your Finances

December 22, 2010

LEARNVEST.COM & REAL SIMPLE PARTNER TO LAUNCH A NEW YEAR’S DETOX DIET FOR YOUR FINANCES –Co-branded Cost-Cutting Bootcamp to Provide Women with Tools to Get Financially Fit in 2011 NEW YORK — LearnVest.com, an award-winning personal finance website for women, and Real Simple, the award-winning Time Inc. lifestyle brand, today announce a partnership to launch […]

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LivingSocial Breaks Out of the Gift Box without Breaking the Bank

December 13, 2010

One Percent of Proceeds from 12 Days of Giving Program to Benefit DonorsChoose.org and GlobalGiving Washington D.C., December 13, 2010 –  Tis the season to give travel adventures, tanning packages, relaxing spa treatments, unique cuisine, cooking classes  and so much more with LivingSocial’s second annual 12 Days of Giving.  In the spirit of giving, LivingSocial […]

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Holiday Shopping and Entertainment Ideas from All You Magazine

December 11, 2010

With the holidays around the corner, ALL YOU magazine has two issues on newsstands at Walmart stores nationwide — our December issue contains a 10-Step Savings Guide on how to save at the holidays and beyond including how to use social networks to snatch exclusive deals, compare portals for lucrative cash-back offers and smartphone apps […]

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Average American spends a whole week every year shopping

December 1, 2010

Research by America’s leading coupon code and discount website has revealed that the average American spends 3.5 hours every week shopping for items such as groceries, clothing and other products, a number that equates to around 7 and a half days every year. A new poll by the leading coupon code site in the US […]

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