GottaDeal.com has got all the Deals You Want
Since the site was launched in 2004, GottaDeal.com has been featuring deals to have you save money and not pay in retail. The company’s rose to fame, popularity, and shopper following had surpassed even companies which had been online longer. This can be attributed to the most comprehensive Black Friday deals features and the Black Friday forum hosted in the site. Its tagline "Why Pay in Retail?" has been applauded by shoppers and disdained by competition sites.
Gotta Deal can be found practically everywhere over the web. You’ll see review sites talking about it along with website statistics pages. Some of the national and local news authorities which had featured GottaDeal.com include USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Detroit Free Press, The Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, SmartMoney Magazine, CNN Headline News, The CBS Early Show, The Arizona Republic, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, San Jose Mercury News, CNN.com, Yahoo! Tech, CNET News, CBS Marketplace, MSN Money, Engadget.com, and The Consumerist. The most notable (not on the list) is PC Mag’s list of the top Black Friday sites. Gotta Deal is of course included.
GottaDeal is also very much active and highly talked about in the social media world too. The company can be found in Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, UStream, and a whole lot more. People also talk about it in YouTube. An app for iPad and other Apple devices is also available through iTunes for those who would like to be updated with deals directly from their mobile phones. A version specifically designed for Android devices is also available.
The Black Friday forum is one of the most trusted shopping communities in the web today. There are over 195,000 users with more than 160,000 threads created and greater than 1,100,000 posts written.
The home page makes it easy to find exactly what you need. The day’s deals are listed up to the bottom. You can go back to the previous day’s deals too. You’ll also see the hottest deals based on what the forum members have been discussing about. What is displayed on default include all retailers, all categories, shipping (doesn’t matter), date posted (any date), and deals sorted based on date. Aside from the default search criteria, you can filter out the search based on stores, categories, choose free shipping, choose date (only options are last year, last month, last week, and last day only), and sort based on most popular items.