Los Angeles-based Grocery savings website TheGroceryGame.com has launched a new widget for blogs and websites looking to offer up-to-date information on coupons and local deals in their areas.
The all new Grocery Game "Hot Local Grocery Deals" widget can be placed on nearly any blog or website, and was designed to keep viewers updated on the latest local deals and grocery savings by listing sale items at local grocery stores, providing directions on where to find coupons, and listing the percentage they will save with each deal.
The widget automatically displays deals in the blog/website owner's default zip code when visitors first load the page, but they can change the zip code to automatically view deals in their own areas.
"Blogs and websites are always looking for fresh content, and Internet users want the most up-to-date information on grocery store coupons and deals," said Teri Gault, founder and CEO of TheGroceryGame.com. "This widget enables visitors to blogs and websites to view real-time updates on local deals in a Facebook/Twitter-feed type way that is fast, easy and convenient."
According to Grocery Game, the key benefits of the widget include:
- Seamless integration: Users just copy and paste the code into any blog or website.
- Customization and personalization: Each widget is personalized by a default zip code, and can be changed to a visitor's zip code; custom pixel sizes can be requested.
- Maximized savings: Blog and website visitors stay notified of the best times to use coupons with local advertised and un-advertised deals at their favorite stores.
Retailers interested in configuring their own widget can visit www.thegrocerygame.com.