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+ - Woot! is taking a pounding after last Woot-off!-> 2

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Long time Wooters are expressing their dissatisfaction with the recent changes to Woot! and how Woot-offs are run. cwellons posts:
"Woot! definitely is in the decline and I'm sad to see it. I inquired with woot about the Basket of Cranberries. This was their response:

Hello,
Thank you for taking the time to email us. We appreciate your concerns as well as your business.
We do still sell our Bag of Crap but we primarily promote it during special events through our social media outlets.
Woot Member Services,
Daniel ..."

No one seems too happy with the change in focus to social media and one can't help but wonder if this could be the end of Woot! as we knew it."

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Woot! is taking a pounding after last Woot-off!

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