Tuesday, October 20, 2009

What could be easier - Ask Deals

NASCAR Gear For Cheap!

NASCAR Race Mom could not believe it! As you probably already know, Ask.com, a leading search engine is the Official Search Engine of NASCAR. However, a couple weeks ago, Ask.com launched a new coupons and deals site called Ask Deals.

Ask Deals scours the Web for all the deals available online - from cheap Halloween costumes to restaurant coupons - and organizes the best money-saving offers front and center on the results page, eliminating the need for consumers to search multiple coupon sites or search engine links to find their answer. The Ask Deals database is continuously refreshed and editorially refined, giving consumers the most up-to-date and highest-quality savings offers every time they search on Ask.

When you check out this fresh internet tool, you will find that, unlike most coupon sites – Ask Deals has much more of a human element. The coupons are checked for accuracy and should never have any expired or “out-of-date” coupons that frustrate folks on most sites.

As a NASCAR nut, my first search was just the words “NASCAR Bobby Labonte.” NRM quick found an awesome deal for a seventeen inch Bobby Labonte Christmas Stocking! It only cost $5.46 (an 82 percent discount). Perfect Christmas gift for my NASCAR buddies.

With more than 1 million high-quality coupons and discounts refreshed daily, Ask Deals proved to be an easier way to find the best deals on the web.

Unique features of Ask Deals:

  • • The Web’s best deals – in one place: Ask Deals aggregates more than 1 million high-quality savings offers on the Web for hundreds of product categories and rolls them into one, easy-to-read display.
  • • Easy-to-find deals, front and center: Ask.com saves users time by blending deals into the search results page, making them easy to find via “Smart Answers” with yellow savings arrows at the top of the page, as well as green money-saving icons within the search results.
  • • Money-saving related searches. Consumers can easily find additional great discounts by clicking on “money saving searches,” built with Ask.com’s award-winning Zoom Related Search™, which appears at the top of the right side of the search results page.
  • • Easy sharing. Consumers can share coupons and deals with friends and family through email and popular social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Digg.
  • • Deal of the Day. When consumers choose an Ask Deals homepage skin, they’ll get daily “can’t miss” savings offers, chosen by the Ask Deals editorial team, streamed right onto their Ask.com homepage. Users can also sign-up for “Deal of the Day” emails to receive new and timely deals every day.

Now if you thought that it could not get better . . . . . . . it does! Looking for a David Reutimann souvenir but Ask Deals did not find one? Simply use twitter to send a message to @askdeals with a product you want to find a deal for.

In twitter, just type in @askdeal David Reutimann souvenir and let Deal Bot do the work. DealBot will scour the Internet for your deal and when the deal is found, DealBot will send you an answer to your twitter handle!

“In a tough economy and with the holidays approaching, Ask Deals arrives at just the right time for consumers as a one-stop shop for value. It’s the answer our users are looking for, too, since searches for coupons on Ask have shot up almost 50 percent in 2009,” said Scott Garell, President, Ask Networks. “Ask Deals saves consumers time and money through relevant, high-quality savings built right into our unique Ask search results page. By introducing our ‘search stimulus package’ with Ask Deals, we aim to lift a burden for consumers and make a meaningful impact in their lives.”

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