January 12th, 2012

How To Run A Coupon Sites

I am always impressed with the generosity of the ladies at Affiliate ABCs Affiliate ABCs.

This time they have released transcripts of a podcast on how to run a coupon site entitled Best Practices For Coupon Sites on NightFire Publications.

It is a round table discussion featuring Affiliate ABCs hosts Deborah Carney and Vinny O’Hare joined Kim Salvino, Amy Ely, and Jeannine Crooks of

They released this podcast because of the influx of coupon sites using standardized scripts and wordpress plugins (guilty! gulp!) and all of these our coupon sites are looking quite cookie cutter.

They discussion ranged from making sure that your sales and coupons are up to date and merchant approved.

They even make mention of a coupon aggregate that pulls all of the dead coupons for you!

They also discuss the value and methods of contacting a merchant directly to see if you can get a discount code the is very specific for your website (as well as issue cautions on “borrowing” a code from another site unless you truly do like handing your competition a commission.

Do you know how a Click To Reveal works and how to use it effectively?

Have you heard of Offer Central or know what it does?

Is there value in having a niche coupon site?

How do you blend coupons into a non-coupon site?

These questions are definitely answered.

You can purchase the podcast transcripts on Best Practices for Coupon Sites (ABCs Plus Basics for Websites) from as well as enter to win your own eBook copy of Best Practices For Coupon Sites.

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