13th March 2012

DealTicker Integrates with Pinterest

mini-orbyDealTicker.com is the first daily deal site in Canada to officially fully-integrate with Pinterest. Users are now able to “Pin” their favorite deal’s images to their pinboards and share the vast array of product offerings (and exceptional savings) amongst their friends, family, and social networks as a whole.

Pinterest currently boasts over 11 million daily visitors with a large proportion of the user base being female. Pinterest operates through a remarkably simple concept of “pinning” the photos from the web onto the users’ “pinboards” – a web equivalent of a scrapbook – which can then be digitally organized by themes such as “Cool Gadgets” or “Places I’d love to visit.” The images are then shared virally amongst multiple social spheres. Pinterest’s integration with Facebook adds an additional layer of compatibility making the user experience vibrant and transition seamless.

Pinning deal’s image from DealTicker.com is as simple as clicking on a single button called “Pin It.” The offer’s image is immediately relayed to the user’s Pinboard and then made available for others to view, share, and comment.

Founded by entrepreneurs Julian Gleizer and Daniel Abramov, DealTicker strives to be the best and most reliable broker for businesses and consumers. Amongst many of its firsts, DealTicker has just celebrated the first anniversary of Canada’s most successful daily deal – charity partnerships, an initiative called “Charity of the Month.”

DealTicker provides performance-based marketing, allowing businesses to acquire new clients within a limited time-period. The company promotes its business partners to a targeted audience, so that they receive mass exposure with no upfront charge.

Business partners Julian Gleizer and Daniel Abramov bring their background in finance, strategic marketing and strong sales expertise to DealTicker. Since its inception in October of 2010, DealTicker has sold more than 158,000 vouchers and saved consumers over $29,625,025.

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