23 Nov

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Bloggers

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

This is one time of the year when you can find great deals all over the web and can save lot of money on products and services. So, let’s check out best deals for bloggers and online marketers for 2012.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Web Hosting:

Hostgator 50% Off:
Hostgator is offering 50% off on web hosting that includes shared hosting, VPS hosting, Dedicated servers, reseller hosting,& Windows hosting! and $1.95 domain name registration (when purchased with web hosting package) starting at 12:01 AM CST on the 23rd until 11:59 PM CST on the same day.

Bluehost 50% Off:
Bluehost is also offering 50% off on web hosting and that includes a Free Domain for life.

WordPress Themes and Plugins

Starting on November 23rd, 2012 until November 26th, 2012, you can use the coupon code ‘ BLACKFRIDAY ‘ to get 40% off on all the WordPress themes including the Club membership! You can get all 33 themes (Photoshop mockup files included) for just $53.40 (normally $89). That is $1.62 per theme! If you are an existing member, this is a good time to buy more themes or upgrade to the Club membership. Click here to know more.

50% off the Toolkit or 35% off Everything else.

Premise helps you to create point and click membership sites and landing pages for WordPress. Purchase it now for $95 (normally $165). Starting today, the sale ends at 5PM PST on Monday the 26th.

Woo Themes:
20% Off on all Woo Themes & Woo Commerce extensions.

CommentLuv Premium:
Get it now for $97 instead of $197. This plugin allows comment authors on your blog to leave behind a link to their latest posts. Premium includes many features.

General Shopping

Find great deals on all kinds of products on Amazon. Check out Black Friday Deals and Cyber Monday deals.

02 Feb

Amazon launches as Junglee.com in India [ Products’ Aggregator Service ]

amazon india junglee

Finally, Amazon India has started its operations in the country with Junglee.com, which was acquired by Amazon in 1998 from Indian entrepreneurs Rakesh Mathur & Ashish Gupta for around $230 million; it was a database product with two applications at the front end – a job aggregator & a comparison shopping engine.


Junglee is an online shopping service started by Amazon which enables customers to find, discover and read reviews about products from online & offline retailers in India & from Amazon.com. Existing Amazon users can login using their Amazon credentials. Users can then review products & even ‘Like’ products as well as sellers. The platform, which is still in beta, offers more than 1.2 crore products from over 14,000 brands & hundreds of retailers. Amazon lists Homeshop18, Gitanjali, Fabindia, Dabur Uveda, UniverCell, Hidesign, Microsoft India Store, Reebok, Amazon.com,etc. Users cannot directly buy anything from Junglee.com as FDI in India has not been allowed for multi – brand retail operations.

For the time being, sellers can list their products free of cost. But in the future, Amazon may charge 2-20% depending on the product.

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