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jersonlb20
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Hi, I'm new and I'm curious about "Round Up" offers, can I post something similar?
jersonlb20 (L1) posted Sep 23, 2020
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Notbad

Of course.

To give you an idea, you can create one for new apple products > New Apples Watch 6 with a list of all available stores. (But Apple Watch 5 or 4 might be more popular since the prices has dropped)

A mini round up of freebies used to be a very popular one.

Notbad (L5) posted Sep 23, 2020

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BurnsE

waoo I thought that only admins could do it !! thanks for the info!!

I will think to cook one this week 😁😁

BurnsE (L2) posted Sep 23, 2020

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DealBuster2

@Notbad, when a roundup deal is posted, should the individual store offers be posted as well or is that duplication? Here is an example -
Roundup - https://www.dealsplus.com/apparel-accessories_deals/p_halloween-costumes-deals
Individual deals posted that are listed in the roundup deal:
https://www.dealsplus.com/apparel-accessories_deals/p_up-to-60-off-halloween-costume-collection
https://www.dealsplus.com/apparel-accessories_deals/p_up-to-40-off-halloween-costumes-and-accessories

DealBuster2 (L4) posted 28 days ago

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Notbad

DealBuster2,
When you (or other MMs) are creating a Roundup, posting an individual deal is not required + but if you decided to create a few, admins will not consider them as duplicate. However, admins will promote what's getting more attention: sometimes RU gets more attention and other times an individual deals gets more attention.

So best thing to do is while you are creating a RU, create a few individual deals for the top offers (in your opinion)

Keep in mind that if you've decided to use a particular offer as its landing page, other MMs may flag it as a dup deal. In this case, admins will apply the same duplicate rule and will bury one or the other. (Share credit is what admins may recommend, but not every MM will be on board with this suggestion)

Thank you

Notbad (L5) posted 27 days ago

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