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#1 Most Talked About Brand In The World On Facebook

June 7, 2013

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of DealDash for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Say what?! Yes, you read it right. Deals may have come slow these days especially on Facebook but that did not stop users from actually wanting more low priced offers by frequenting DealDash.

DealDash Tops the list of all US and Global Brands being talked about on Facebook. This auctions based web player focuses on heavily discounted items, even beating out the likes of Coca Cola and Walmart when it comes to the social platform’s People Talking About This (PTAT) metric.

The site has been established since 2009 and is the longest operating site of its kind in the United States. With over 800 auctions per day, that is quite something else, don’t you think?

They also provide free shipping, buy it now and get your bids back features, no jumper auctions , frequent bid sales, a 100% money back guarantee on first purchase if not satisfied, live chat support, a secure Verisign Trusted and McAfee backed system and over 1.1 million Facebook Likes.

Check out this short video to get an overview on how you can take advantage of the low price offers at DealDash.

Vist DealDash Today. All auctions start at $0.00 with no reserve prices.

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1 comment

  1. Shelton Maldonado - June 13, 2013 3:36 pm

    YES, there are too few auctions AND the offerings have cheapened up quite a bit… shoelaces, duck dynasty dvds, filtered water jugs, quart containers, cd’s (johnny cash, blake shelton, etc), mouse pads, stylus, sharpies, popcorn and maybe a few others I just cannot think of right now. Less than a page of active auctions and most of those are on-going large auctons that have been continuously bid on for some time. You put up these 200, 300, 400 frenzy auctions for tablets, gift cards and maybe some others which has absolutely effected your normal auction practices and it is very discouraging for me as a very seasoned auction member. I am sure others are feeling the same way.I am just so disapponted and find myself looking elsewhere for some better auction experiences since I find I have had to do more “buy it now’s” to make any sort of headway on your sight. I hope you will take this info into account as well as any other feedback you may have gotten on this line. I think the bid offerings of $.12, $11, and $.20 has reek havic with some of these bidders too and only see it as a gain for dealdash as many inexperienced bidders are reckless with these offers. Please look over your current practices as I no longer see this sight as a win/win for the bidders but more so as a win/win for your organization. Just as a heads up, I am planning on posting this on the Penny Auction Score website.


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