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Skoop.co.za offers businesses group buying power

By Staff Writer

Group Buying is taking South Africa by storm and it’s offering consumers the chance to cash in on great deals at an excellent price.  From decadent dinner deals to laser hair removal treatments, Group Buying offers something for everyone.

Skoop is a new group buying website exclusively for South Africa.  Group or social buying is a revolutionary marketing strategy that lets consumers buy more for less and helps businesses tap into the purchasing power of their local community.

If you are looking for something new for your business,  Skoop can instantly guarantee you customers with no financial risk to you.

If you are looking to harness the power of group buying, Skoop.co.za will work with your business to develop an enticing special offer and market it to their network of Skoop.co.za subscribers. 

The beauty of Skoop is that a deal only becomes “active” once enough members buy your deal vouchers. If there aren’t enough people interested in the deal, it won’t be sold and you won’t lose anything. The worst that could happen is a few days of free advertising for your business.

Email: e. sales@skoop.co.za
www.skoop.co.za

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