The major problem with Groupon, who is still flapping around the internet the way a fish does on dry land, is that they weren’t very good at making money for their clients. In fact, they were terrible at it and many of the businesses who offered great deals (frequently at a loss) never saw repeat customers (that’s bad). Enter Vidfall.
Groupon (and its sales model) exploded in popularity because the internet loves the idea of getting something for much cheaper than they deserve (sorry, music industry). Vidfall basically eliminates the shortcomings of punishing clients and yet, still rewards customers. Everybody wins! But then again, are you really going to sit around and watch a dozen ads just to knock a couple bucks off a voucher for Cheesecake Factory?
I guess we’ll see if the internet beats a path to Vidfall’s door or if, like Groupon, they wind up struggling with all this oxygen around them.