Add Google Coupons to your main search results via Google Co-op

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Google Coupons now offers the ability to return Coupons in your main search results via the Google Co-op. When you select the above button from Google Coupon search you will be asked to log in and taken to this page at Google Co-op beta for a subscription confirmation:

You can add information created by Coupons to your Google search results pages by subscribing to their Subscribed Links.

Whenever you search on Google in an area of their expertise, the first result you see will be relevant content they provide.

To subscribe to Coupons, select the Subscribe button below. To learn more about Coupons, you can visit their Google Co-op profile page and then subscribe from there.

On the profile page are presented with additional information about the Coupon Subscription from the Co-op (note that currently 57 others have subscribed):

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You are then shown what your subscribed link will look like on the main results page:

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8 thoughts on “Add Google Coupons to your main search results via Google Co-op”

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  2. Google guys keep pushing the envelope. It is amazing how easily they integrate the key drivers for user growth through organic additions. Couponing electronically is a humungous opportunity and google is bang on. We will see how cellfire responds to this broadside.

  3. Hi Ram

    Yea they can drive growth whenever they choose…I think that in the Coupon area we are just seeing the first inklings of their efforts…

    Cellfire appears to be approaching this issue from the other end of the spectrum and we have as yet to see how and when Google might try to push these out to cell phones…Goog-411 might offer an interesting platform for that?

    Mike

  4. Patrick

    I have seen it in Google Canada but I don’t know if coupons are available internationally. It appears from the Google press release about Coupons that they are not available internationally.

    Google has partnered with Valpak, one of the leading direct marketing companies in North America, to provide coupons from current Valpak advertisers on Google Maps. These coupons include savings from local businesses throughout the United States

    If you discover otherwise I would love to know.
    Mike

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