We are creating a world of toxicity. Even the things that are supposed to please us, to lift our mood, are now becoming part of a toxic environment. We are becoming victims of the abundance that is on offer. It feeds our insecurities and shapes our faked dreams.
Is this the beginning of the end for Groupon and their peers? Certainly not, but they really need to find ways to harness the potential they have in their vast database of subscribers, if they are to stem the rot and remain successful.