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Groupon has evolved into an advertising platform that largely targets small businesses and local markets. Small businesses can use the platform to promote discounts and sales for their services and products. 

Creating a deal on Groupon is straightforward. To start, you create a deal that is featured on Groupon and that deal may be featured on emails. Customers buy the deal off Groupon and the money is split between the business and Groupon. 

Since relying on Google and other search engines isn’t the best way to get your name to get the word out about your business, Groupon developed this platform to engage with customers without having to navigate through multiple avenues to find a deal just for you. 

At the end of the day, Groupon is a solid advertising platform, extremely easy to use, and is reliable for providing businesses with a solid customer base. To learn how to use Groupon, keep scrolling for your step-by-step process. 

How to Use Groupon

Step #1: Head to and click on navigate through the hottest deals in your city

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Step #2: Click on the deal you would like to purchase 

Step #3: Click Buy and proceed to checkout

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Getting your business's name out there using Group is efficient and an effective way to generate leads for your business. Using Groupon provides you with: 

  • Promotional value 
  • New Customers 
  • Discounts on Products/Services
  • An easy way to move inventory

As a customer, save money by accessing the hottest deals on the market. There is a guaranteed reduced cost and there is no extra fee. 

If you enjoyed our video tutorial on how to use Groupon, check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like how to stop seeing horror movie ads on Youtube and how to turn on dark mode on a Mac.

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