If you’re a shopper and a deal-hound, you’ve got to check out Tweetalicious.com. It’s a new deals site that breaks the mold of serving up a deal a day, and instead finds you as many deals as possible – and then tweets them to you.
Tweetalicious is set up to offer you all the basic functionality of Twitter.com, combined with a focus on bringing you the latest deals in the categories you care about most.
When you sign up for Tweetalicious, you’ll be asked to choose at least one category of deals you’re most interested in seeing. You can choose from “Computers & Electronics”, “Fashion & Apparel”, “Health & Beauty”, “Toys & Games”, and others to come in the future. You’ll then be asked to select the specific brands within those categories that you’d most like to hear from.
Next, you’ll see the Tweetalicious dashboard. From here, you can browse your live Twitter home feed, @mentions and Direct Messages, as well as send a Tweet – everything Twitter.com allows you to do. However, Tweetalicious also brings you the deal tweets from the brands and categories you selected earlier.
You’ll see one current deal highlighted in the featured deal section of the dashboard at a time. You can flip through to a new deal by clicking “Deal Me”, and you’ll see another deal in tweet form from one of the categories that you’ve selected. These are actual deals, like 40% off coupons and the like.
The column to the far right of the dashboard displays “Trending Deals”, which are the most-liked deals within your shopping preferences that have been voted on by the members of the Tweetalicious community.
Harrison Lee, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Tweetalicious, has this to say about his service:
“Tweetalicious allows shoppers to window shop the web. Easily finding deals on Twitter used to be impossible. Now it’s as easy as selecting the brands you like, hitting our ‘Deal Me!’ button, then start getting and sharing offers from your favorite brands anytime you want.”
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