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.Qpon Announces Sunrise Period and General Availability

.Qpon - Finally, a Fast, efficient way to find Great Deals!

SEATTLE, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- dotCOOL, Inc. announced its 30-day Sunrise Period for the .Qpon Top Level Domain (TLD) on April 2, 2014 15:01:00 UTC. General Availability opens to the public for .Qpon domain names on May 6, 2014 15:01:00 UTC.   

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Couponing will never be the same again.  No longer will consumers have to search endlessly to find savings! Finally, there is "Direct Couponing" brought to you by .Qpon. Save Direct and Save Fast! Consumers know "what" they want to buy and "where" they like to shop. Now, simply go directly to the merchant .Qpon website and find your savings Fast!

The consumer benefits:

Everyone would like to pay less for whatever they are buying. Currently, finding coupons, coupon codes, and offers is very time consuming and it's not worth the time and effort of hunting down the deal. "The Juice isn't worth the squeeze!" Imagine how easy it would be if you were going to Staples for office supplies and you simply went to Staples.Qpon and all of their coupons were conveniently listed on their BrandName.Qpon website. You print, email or text the coupon, and off you go to the store – quick and easy! 

The merchant benefits:

.Qpon provides a cost efficient advertising venue for all product & service companies. Whether you're a restaurant, limo service or a grocery store, under $20 a year to reach your customers and get them in the door is a very reasonable marketing expense. Merchants will no longer have to spend money on printing coupons for mailers, which only has a 1% response rate at best. With .Qpon, the consumer knows where to find your deals, and business drives through your door.

Price Comparison:

Price Comparison is another benefit to the consumer. If a consumer wants to see who has better deals on Laptops, Cameras, Cell phones etc. before going to the store, the consumer can do a quick check at each of the stores .Qpon websites, compare prices and head out the door.

Coupon code sites:

Most of the time coupon code websites don't work or they're expired. If a consumer is at the merchants .Qpon website, they can depend on the coupon code to work.  Since the merchants don't have to pay these 3rd party coupon code websites a fee for driving traffic to the merchants flagship website, the merchant saves money; and can pass that savings on to the consumer.

Current Broken Methods:

  • Print – too many sheets of separation - not what the consumer wants.
  • Search engines – unorganized mess
  • Coupon code sites – often invalid or expired

.Qpon Benefits:

  • Dedicated for Qpons - Consumers know exactly what they're going to find.
  • Saves consumers time finding deals
  • Easily compare prices
  • Easy to spell
  • No user-confusion like other TLDs with singular -plural confusion issues.
  • The merchant saves money and the consumer saves money.

.Qpon - Save Money Fast!
www.dotqpon.com

Ted Wycech
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