RetailMeNot (SALE) surged over 20 percent this week after the online coupon company beat Wall Street's earnings and sales estimates. The company's CFO Scott Di Valerio said the company's mobile strategy, gift cards and pizza discounts were the big drivers in the quarter. 'It's really about not only shopping online in front of your computer, but being able to use RetailMeNot in the stores and malls and anywhere you want to shop,' said DiValerio. On Tuesday, it reported a loss of $471,000 in its second quarter. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $0.10 a share, topping Wall Street expectations for earnings of $0.03 a share. RetailMeNot posted revenue of $64.3 million in the period, which also topped Street forecasts of $62.5 million. Total visits to the company's websites in the second quarter were 152 million, down seven percent, with mobile website visits representing 45 percent of total visits in the quarter. And mobile unique visitors for the quarter were 18.8 million, representing growth of two percent.
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