Type of site
|Social shopping Deals sharing|
|Created by||LogicBUY Team|
The website LogicBUY.com was a Web 2.0 social bookmarking service for the sharing and publishing of shopping deals or bargains related to all things technology. It was referred to as a cross between Digg and DealNews, and was a community-driven resource. The site implements AJAX technology for a more interactive and personalized web experience. Their site now redirect to TechBargains.com, another Ziff Davis property.
Members can provide feedback on each deal by casting a Hot or Not vote in real time if they feel the deals are compelling or unappealing. Members can also submit deals they find themselves to share with the community. The most popular deals automatically publish to the popular pages, similar to the Digg popular pages.
Ziff Davis bought LogicBuy in 2011.
- Leena Roa (January 4, 2011). "Ziff Davis Buys Tech Deals Site LogicBuy; Launches Ad Targeting Platform BuyerBase". TechCrunch. Retrieved January 7, 2012.
- Logic Media Launches LogicBUY.com, a New Kind of Website Allowing Shoppers to Save More Money PRWeb.com (2007-07-26)
- LogicBUY.com Official Launch: Vote Hot if you like it Hot LaptopLogic.com (2007-07-23)
- LogicBuy.com, a Digg like voting system for tech deals LayoutGarden.com (2007-07-27)
- PRNewsWire (2008-11-18)
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