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Old 09-20-2012, 05:34 AM
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Smile We are going places, Times Square yesterday!(g)

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Gobza.com – the new way
• Shoppers and businesses use Gobza FREE 24/7/365 via invitation only
• Business collect and keep 100% of revenue generated via Gobza at POS from customer
• Shoppers and businesses have...control over how/when/why you use Gobza
• No contracts. No requirements.
• Business can Edit/Remove their offers in real-time while tracking sales
• Easy to manage redemption system for both the business and shopper
• Everyone receives their own GobzaLink (gobza.com/texasrangers for example)
• Faceboook/Twitter/LinkedIN dont pay you as you’re liked, followed, or added
• The larger your network on Gobza grows, the more revenue Gobza pays/donates to you
• Gobza pays a 2% commission anytime someone buys or sells a GobzaOffer in your network
• Send your GobzaLink to Invite your Facebook friends/Twitter followers/LinkedIN connections to join you FREE on Gobza
• Invite your email and text message database to join you on Gobza. Send your GobzaLink
• How does Gobza make money? Shoppers pay a small fee for their savings to purchase and download a specific GobzaOffer to their phone/email.
• Save $10 at El Chico with Gobza – Your cost $1
• Save 20% at Albertson’s on $100 or more with Gobza – Your cost $2
• Save $50 at Nordstrom with Gobza – Your cost $5
• Buy 3 entrees, get a half price dessert at Salt Grass with Gobza – Your cost $1
• Save $2000 on Toyotas with Gobza – Your cost $80

The daily deal/grouponish way – the old way
• advertise a few times a year, and business required to offer 50-90% off
• business only keeps half of the revenue, daily deal site keeps the other half
• business doesn’t receive its half of revenue until up to 2-3 months after offers redeemed
• forces business to sign an exclusive, non-compete contract. Shoppers win – business loses

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