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Saving Money With Skout Deals – Momma’s Little Reviews & Giveaways

Shopping is by far one of my biggest weaknesses. That’s why anytime I can save a quick buck, I am all about it! I really hit the jackpot when I found Skout Deals! All I have to do is browse […]

Deals Come Easy with Skout – Blog Mom Reviews

Deals Come Easily With SkoutDeals Come Easily With… Thank you to Skout for inviting me to try their new app. Who doesn’t love to save money, right? I was impressed with the long list of stores that appeared after the app used […]

Attention All Thrifty College Students – Fund For Thought

We like to bring our readers helpful information about anything that has to do with paying for college, but here’s a tidbit that can help you save some precious dough while going to college (confetti yay!) It’s a free app […]

App Review: Skout Deals – One Karate Mom

The hard-hitting holiday is finally over! I hope everyone had an amazing time that was shared with family and friends and I wish you all on the very best in 2017! This year (and just in time for holiday shopping!), […]

Skout Deals- Great Deal finding App – The Grumpy Mommy

I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season! I just wanted to drop a few lines about a neat app I came across called Skout Deals that locates great shopping deals.  If you are like me and still have holiday […]

How to Find the Best Daily Deals for your Buck – Adventures & Preggers

When its time to seek out that perfect gift or special item, hunting down deals can be a drag.  You want to purchase a sensational item.   However, finding he best deal can prove a challenge.  In the fast paced, […]

How Frugal Moms Save More Money – A Mama Tale

The words “frugal” and “mom” just seem to go together, don’t they? We mom love to save money. Moms love bargains, deals, and sales of any kind. We have college tuition to think of! Plus, kids are expensive. Kids need all […]

Skout Deals Finding App = Family $avings – ARL’S WORLD

Skout Deals Finding App = Family $avings Hey all!  This week I received this app at no cost to facilitate this review.  All opinions are my own. The app finds great deals in your area, for you, all in one location on […]

Christmas Shopping Madness – Come along with Mom

Almost instantly after our bellies are full from all of the turkey and pumpkin pie from Thanksgiving, here comes the holiday shopping madness! Everyone is aware of Black Friday and its meaning, but it seems as though in the last […]

Saving Money While Being a Stay at Home Mom – The Faithful Oil Mom

Back in 2012 when I had my first son Eli we as a new little family of 3 decided I was going to be a stay at home mom. This was a huge financial and time commitment for us. I […]

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The regular retail price of the product which you are offering a deal

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Gross margin is the difference between the revenue and the cost of goods sold.

For example: a coffee shop selling coffee at $1.50, with the cost of goods sold at $0.50 (cost of cup, coffee, milk and sugar being $0.50), the gross margin would be 67% [($1.50 - $0.50) / $1.50].

For merchants offering professional services such as a hair salon, lawyers’ office etc. where labor is a direct cost, they include the cost of the labor and any products that they may use. Important to note, overhead costs are not to be included in gross margin.

Gross Margin %

Percentage discount offered on the item or service retail price.

Discount Offered %

Additional incremental purchases that an average customer would make while coming to the store to redeem or buy the deal.

For example, a customer may have a coupon for 50% off a coffee, and then also purchase a muffin for $3. This is referred to the “Halo Effect”.

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Gross margin is the difference between the revenue and the cost of goods sold.

For example: a coffee shop selling coffee at $1.50, with the cost of goods sold at $0.50 (cost of cup, coffee, milk and sugar being $0.50), the gross margin would be 67% [($1.50 - $0.50) / $1.50].

For merchants offering professional services such as a hair salon, lawyers’ office etc. where labor is a direct cost, they include the cost of the labor and any products that they may use. Important to note, overhead costs are not to be included in gross margin.

Gross Margin %

Additional incremental purchases that an average customer would make while coming to the store to redeem or buy the deal.

For example, a customer may have a coupon for 50% off a coffee, and then also purchase a muffin for $3. This is referred to the “Halo Effect”.

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Monthly new purchases to breakeven

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Average amount spent by a customer in a single visit to merchant location.

Average purchase amount ($)

Gross margin is the difference between the revenue and the cost of goods sold.

For example: a coffee shop selling coffee at $1.50, with the cost of goods sold at $0.50 (cost of cup, coffee, milk and sugar being $0.50), the gross margin would be 67% [($1.50 - $0.50) / $1.50].

For merchants offering professional services such as a hair salon, lawyers’ office etc. where labor is a direct cost, they include the cost of the labor and any products that they may use. Important to note, overhead costs are not to be included in gross margin.

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Estimated number of new customers expected to visit the merchant location in the month due to this promotional campaign.

New Customers generated per month

Average number of visits that a customer makes at merchant location in a year.

Number of customer purchases per year

Average number of years that a customer remains a customer.

Number of years a customer lasts

Total revenue generated by a new customer over the lifetime of their purchasing from the merchant.

Revenue over lifetime of a customer

The return on the investment of marketing dollars spent in acquiring that single customer.

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