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Everyone Knows What You’re Buying

Everyone Knows What You’re Buying

Your grocery store isn’t the only one that knows what you’re buying when you use your store loyalty card. Turns out, Facebook does too! A report in London’s Financial Times reveals that Facebook has partnered with the data company Datalogix, to track how many consumers buy products after seeing ads on Facebook. How are they doing this exactly? By using[Read More…]

September 25, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
Down With Loyalty Cards: Another View

Down With Loyalty Cards: Another View

Some stores are loyal to their loyalty cards, others hope introducing cards will make their customers loyal to them. But still others refuse to go the loyalty card route – and they may be onto something. If you haven’t read the latest exciting issue of “Frozen & Refrigerated Buyer” magazine – and, really, what’s keeping you? – the trade publication[Read More…]

September 21, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
Walgreens’ “Balance Rewards” Begins

Walgreens’ “Balance Rewards” Begins

If you’re planning to do any shopping at Walgreens today, have you signed up for your Balance Rewards card? Because you’re going to need it. Walgreens debuts its loyalty card program today. You can sign up in store beginning today, but online enrollment has been going on for a couple of weeks now (you can still sign up online at[Read More…]

September 16, 2012 Coupons In The News
Can Loyalty Save Supermarkets?

Can Loyalty Save Supermarkets?

Sure, you’re loyal to your local grocery store – but do you have the card to prove it? More supermarkets are looking to the loyalty card as their ticket out of oblivion. Sacramento, California-based Raley’s, which also operates Bel Air Markets, Nob Hill Foods and Food Source stores across Northern California and Nevada, is the latest to unveil a store[Read More…]

September 14, 2012 Grocery & Retail News
Don’t Invade My Privacy! Unless You Have Coupons. Then It’s Ok.

Don’t Invade My Privacy! Unless You Have Coupons. Then It’s Ok.

When it comes to privacy in this age of data collection and identity theft, many savvy consumers are careful about what personal information they’re willing to share. That said, we’re apparently willing to lower our guard for a Cheez Doodles coupon. A new poll commissioned by digital advertising company Placecast asked how people feel about companies’ use of their personal[Read More…]

July 21, 2012 Coupons In The News
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