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RedPlum.com introduces new printing software that does not use Java, while SmartSource.com plans software that requires no downloads at all.
Less than a year after rebranding RedPlum.com as “Save.com/coupons”, the company changes its mind and switches back.
Just when you thought the never-ending saga involving zip codes was over. There’s a new wrinkle, but it’s a good one for fans of the ability to change zip codes on printable coupon sites. Coupons.com has confirmed that it will be rolling out its new “look” to sites associated with its Brandcaster affiliate program over the next few weeks. Not[Read More…]
If you’ve grown weary of the near-constant warnings about Java lately, and their effect on your ability to print coupons, relief is on the way. Two of the major printable coupon providers are as frustrated as you are, and they’re making plans to give up on the troubled technology altogether. Coupon Network is already working on an alternative, and SmartSource[Read More…]
First, Coupons.com changed its look – and made it harder to change your zip code. Then RedPlum.com changed its look – and made it harder to change your zip code. So it might make you wonder, are these printable coupon site redesigns really masking another motive? Yes, and no. Coupons.com has been tinkering with its layout for a while, and[Read More…]
It’s been a week since warnings began circulating about Java, the software that – among other things – allows you to print coupons from most printable coupon sites. Java says everything is fine, the printable coupon sites say everything is fine, but computer experts and the U.S. government aren’t quite so confident. Computer security experts have long warned that Java[Read More…]
Facebook would love it if you went online and never left Facebook – and, increasingly, so would companies that offer printable coupons. They’re making it easier to access, print and share coupons without ever leaving the social media site. And Facebook itself plans to make it easier to find out what deals your friends have discovered. Last year, Valassis unveiled[Read More…]
Another day, another redesign. This time, RedPlum is looking a little more like Pinterest than a printable coupon site. A month after Coupons.com changed its layout – to largely negative reviews, except among its own employees (read: “Coupons.com Changes Again – and Zips Up Zips”), RedPlum has done the same. And like Coupons.com, the redesign is not just cosmetic. RedPlum.com[Read More…]
If you’re an early adopter who’s upgraded to Windows 8, you may be in for an unpleasant surprise when you try to print coupons. But don’t panic, there’s an easy fix. Coupons.com was the first to figure out what the problem was, and how to solve it: “Windows 8 operating system in Metro mode will not be able to print[Read More…]