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MyCoupons.com last week launched its Coupon Syndication Program, which was designed to enable Web sites, social networks and affiliates to customize the MyCoupons.com coupon content.
The program offers several integration options for Web sites interested in earning additional revenue by offering coupon content, which can be hosted directly by MyCoupons.com or offered as a simple XML feed that can be integrated into a retailer’s current online content. Syndication Program partners earn revenue based on the coupon usage by their customers.
"The program not only allows our partners to provide valuable coupon savings to their customers; but also gives them an opportunity to share in the revenues," said Greg Stoltz, president of MyCoupons.com.
A recent Internet survey of 1,000 people completed by the Promotion Marketing Association (PMA) Coupon Council found that 89 percent of the overall population report using coupons when shopping, 97 percent of primary shoppers say that they use coupons at supermarkets, and coupon users report an average of 7 percent savings on their grocery bill with coupons.
MyCoupons currently lists 11,002 coupons for 4,223 merchants.