Happy Thanksgiving Week to our American readers of Search Engine Journal. This week will be marked with stuffing ourselves on turkey & dressing, watching football, napping and for most importantly for some, Black Friday shopping the day after Thanksgiving.
Not all of us want to brave the 5 am morning rush to get deals at Best Buy, Walmart and other stores; as the greatness we know of the Internet and online shopping can ease our pain, and let us shop online while others are standing outside in the cold and chaos.
Here are 4 online destinations to check out for finding great Black Friday deals both online and offline :
- Bfads.net : Probably the absolute worst domain of all of the Black Friday Online sites, BFads.net is one of the longest running Black Friday sites and has highlighted Black Friday flyer adscans for years. The site is kind of a mix of online deals and brock and mortar ads now, and still serves as an authority hub for finding Black Friday deals. You’ll also find some great Black Friday Forum interaction at bfads.net
- BlackFriday.com : A newbie to the mix, BlackFriday.com lauched this year on a golden domain and offers all kind of online deals updates and tips for Black Friday shopping, complete with a history of Black Friday.
- BlackFriday.info is again, a collection of online ads and offline information about the sales that the local Wal-Marts and Targets in different areas are having the morning after Turkey Day. Notice a trend here? A lot of these sites serve as resources, communities and affiliate sites and BlackFriday.info is no exception.
- FatWallet’s Black Friday : If you like saving money and tips for online shopping, then be sure to visit FatWallet and their Black Friday page. The great thing about FatWallet.com is that it’s powered by a great social community and has been around for a long time, so even after Black Friday, the site will still be around and still be of use. Offers.com is also a similar yearlong discount site which offers Black Friday 2009 Online Deals.
This week, the Mrs. and I are packing up to head over to Dave Snyder’s parents’ home for a Thanksgiving Feast and then a day of shopping over at Sawgrass Mills Mall, so unfortunately, I won’t be shopping from the peace and quiet of my home. But I hope that you all have a safe and happy Thanksgiving and Black Friday, whether you be enjoying it from the Mall or Amazon.com