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Matt Rutledge, Founder of Woot, Launches His Next Dumb Idea: Meh.com

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The guy who invented the deal-a-day concept, Matt Rutledge, has gone to Kickstarter to announce his next gig. Watch the video below for details about the stuff and things, but here’s my summary: he’s relaunching Woot.com. Except now it’s called Meh.com. And, yes, he’s gone a bit Colonel Kurtz on us, as the video says. Man, if some magazine just had a 4,000-word profile of this guy, now would be the perfect time to publish it.

One comment on “Matt Rutledge, Founder of Woot, Launches His Next Dumb Idea: Meh.com

  1. UNLESS THE ONE DEAL A DAY is so awesome and forbidden to run on any other deal site, you will be advertising and giving away your sales. D D sites use the week purchase option as a great sales pitch versus the mindinset of , BUY IT NOW DAMNIT basically if customers miss the time frame of purchase e on your site, they simply google it and you will find it elsewhere, guaranteed.