[Announcement] New Deals Section on The Tech Journal

We are happy to announce our brand new Deals section. With the collaboration of new partner, we are bringing amazing deals on gadgets, accessories, consumer tech, digital products and many more.

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We have been working for quite awhile, (five year) since the inception to improve the way people consume information, specially science and tech related. We are working to bring complex science and tech related articles in the language that any normal person will understand. Over the year to help our reader we focused more on Tutorials, and Reviews. To help readers find best product, we launched Products section, little over a year ago. The Product Comparison Engine came at the same time, which lets you compare two similar product, side-by-side.

We have given the option to get pricing from numerous shop so you could compare pricing too, we are still working on it, expect more update on this, very soon. There was always the demand of Deals, with the massive user base like The Tech Journal, we were working for a while to bring something amazing that will help our readers to get best from here. With the partnership with StackSocial we are now capable to bring best deals for our readers.

So, whats this new Deals Section?

Visit this page to see it yourself – Deals.TheTechJournal.com

We will bring special deals for our readers on regular basic. You will be able to signup to newsletter if you want to get notified.

Currently we cover the following categories in deals

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We are giving introductory offer 10% off on any deals. Just use coupon code TTJTEN during checkout, offer ends at 20th June.

Checkout the Free section, there is some amazing stuff for free. There is also a Giveaway section.

M Asif Rahman

M Asif Rahman is the Founder and Editor-in-chief of TheTechJournal. He describes himself as WordPress Enthusiast, Entrepreneur, Workaholic and Loving Man. He loves to read and passionate about creativity. He has his own blog. You could follow him on Twitter or Google+.

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