One of my new clients for 2013 is the increasingly popular market-driven company Flubit – you may well have heard of it, but if you haven’t, you definitely will in 2013. Here’s how it works…
Demand a better offer
The idea behind Flubit is that it creates better offers for people on things they’ve decided to buy. All you have to do is copy in the link to the product you want to buy and where you would have bought it from. The team then looks at all the different possibilities for how to save money and creates one offer just for you, lower than the price you found. It’s not an online store or comparison website and all offers are personal to you. Saving you money and time, so what’s not to like?
Your Flubit friend
What’s refreshing about Flubit are there are actually real people behind the scenes helping you to get the best deal – it’s like speaking to a friend, rather than trawling through a search engine or speaking to a pushy salesman (or saleswoman if you want to be very PC about it!).
Over the coming months I’ll be writing articles with some general tips on how to save money, as well as reviewing products in two of my well-loved areas: health and well-being, and toys for kids (and big kids).
Flubit says: “We believe in consumer emancipation. We don’t believe in stuffing inboxes with offer after offer for products people don’t want – we believe in creating real offers for things they’ve already decided to buy. We also don’t believe in crushing retailers with 50 or 80 per cent commissions.”
Check out my latest blog entry: The Lazypatch, a cosy and healthy warmer for you.
Flubit was launched by Bertie Stephens and Adel Louertatani in April 2011 as the world’s first true demand-driven marketplace.