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Gangnam Style, The Rise [Infographic]

Gangnam Style, The Rise [Infographic] | Infographics by Coupon Audit | Scoop.it

 

Gangnam Style just defines the rise of K-pop, and this time has galloped into the US, hurdling over record and record. Psy's look at the wealth gap in Seoul, South Korea could be over looked by the flashiness and freshness of his musical video, but “Gangnam Style” is more than just an inspirational way of life. Gangnam style has just reached 900,000,000 views on You Tube but what is it? You Tube 100 is a chart of top music videos featured on the website, measuring by the amount of song traffic. The following are current musical videos:1. Psy 2.Carly Rae Job 3.Justin Bieber 4.One Direction and 5.Katy Peny.

Who is Psy? Psy's real name is Park Jae-Sang. He is a 34year old K-pop rapper from South Korea. 5 facts about Psy are: 1.Psy's name comes from his first album, 'psy from psycho world' (2001). 2.Psy first album gotten him fined for inappropriate content and the second was banned all together. 3.In 2001 he was arrested of possession of Marijuana. 4.He attended Berklee College of music in US is fluent in English. 5.He was outed 'sacked' for avoiding mandatory military service.

 

An infographic by the team at CouponAudit, you can purchase speakers from sonicelectronix.com, while purchasing you can get discount by using http://www.couponaudit.com/coupons/sonicelectronix

 

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SmartPhones, Devoted Users [Infographic]

SmartPhones, Devoted Users [Infographic] | Infographics by Coupon Audit | Scoop.it

This infographic shows how different types of people use different phones.  Rural areas still prefer old school and would not prefer using these expensive devices.  The ones who are in mostly populated are using smartphones and take advantage of its features and applications. Some individuals use smartphones in their studies as they find this handy in studying anywhere they go and anytime they are available.  They also find this useful in tracking their academic progress.  Smartphones are on high demand on those individuals who are fond of sports.  This could make them download applications or watch online tournament.  A lot of applications available for download that can make users get rid of daily boredom.  According to a Nielsen study examining application downloads, it shows that most categories that are mostly downloaded are Games with 64%, Weather with 60%, Social Networking 56%, Maps 51%, Music 44%, News 39% and Entertainment, Finance, Movies and Shopping categories has 26-34% of downloads.  iPhone and BlackBerry are usually used by individuals or households earning $75,000 income or more as these devices are sold in a higher price compared to other phones.

 

An infographic by the team at CouponAudit, you can purchase Smartphones from QVC, while purchasing you can use QVC promo code (http://www.couponaudit.com/coupons/qvc) to save money on your order.

 

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How To Save $2882 By Using Coupons?

How To Save $2882 By Using Coupons? | Infographics by Coupon Audit | Scoop.it

 

This guides you on how coupon codes can be used on different needs in the household.  Online marketing proves the convenient and affordable way to shop.  This provides information to the consumers that they will be able to save a lot when they use coupon codes on their purchase online.  Merchants will also gain from these coupon codes by allowing consumers to enjoy the savings they could without having to cut on their prices just to sell.  The infographic shows a lot of online shops offering hundreds of savings that can be used for your family’s vacation of shopping spree. This is a great way to do when the economy is in great crisis.  Many more consumers will tend to take advantage of the coupons and other rebates and deals online.  They made a very attractive marketing strategy by giving away thousands of earnings from shopping for your home.  There is a high percentage of households earning more than $70000 each month use coupon codes on their purchases as well as families with more than 3 members.

 


An infographic by the team at  Coupon Audit (http://www.couponaudit.com)

 

 

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What’s The Cost Of Vacation [Infographics]

What’s The Cost Of Vacation [Infographics] | Infographics by Coupon Audit | Scoop.it

The infographic advises British holiday makers to manage their budget and avoid overspending during a holiday trip.  Holiday vacation is important for families and friends to unwind and enjoy what they have worked for but they will also have to consider spending wisely during their vacation.  Most British vacationists run out of cash during their holiday.  A savings of 600 plus euro for a holiday vacation is an average amount to be spent and should not go beyond that. Since 63% of holiday makers use credit cards from ticket bookings to souvenir purchases, chances are they will be shopping a lot without knowing how high are they going to pay after the holiday paying a lot more with interests.  This infographic is advising British holiday makers to watch out for paying meals outside, buying alcohol from high end bars and restaurants, unnecessary activities and accessories.  Limit the purchase of souvenirs and gifts to bring home and keep in mind how much is the budget on hand.  This serves as a guide to manage spending wisely on their next vacation.

 

An infographic by the team at CouponAudit, you can use orbitz promo code (http://www.couponaudit.com/coupons/orbitz) to save money on your travel deals.

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Baby Milestones [Infographics]

Baby Milestones [Infographics] | Infographics by Coupon Audit | Scoop.it

 

The infographic serves as a guide on which milestone the child is in and how much parents should expect in a year’s expenses.  This is an understanding on how babies are growing and their needs.  In the early months of their lives, they will need a good diet, physical improvement, language skills development and cognitive skills improvement.  Babies on first five months do not need solid food yet, so, most expenses are only for formula milk, diapers and furniture.  As they grow and reach the 6th month, they will be needing some pure and chunks of food for their daily diet.  This stage may also be the start of getting a sitter for those who are working and the pay rates are between $5-$10 per hour depending on the experience of the sitters plus on which location, number of children, age and condition or special needs of the child and which time of the day.  Children are growing up fast and parents are surprised how their baby’s car seat needs to be turned forward on their first birthday.  Kids can be moved already to a big kid bed at around 1 ½ -3 ½ years old but closer to 3 is recommended.  Some 2 or 3 years old kids start to join sports but most kids will start playing sports when they are 5 or 6.  They ride a bike at the age of 4 or 5 and they have the balance and coordination to learn how to ride a two-wheeler bike.  Most parents still keep odd sentimental items from their kid’s childhood like what the top mommy bloggers said, they keep the hospital papers, hair and toys.

 


An infographic by the team at CouponAudit, you can purchase baby products from diapers.com, while purchasing you can get discount by using diapers.com coupons from http://www.couponaudit.com/coupons/diapers

 

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Happy Thanksgiving [Infographic]

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Happy Thanksgiving day, this day is celebrated on every fourth week of November, it has become a tradition now.

 

Now, an expected 248 million turkeys will be raised in the U.S. in 2012. Of which, 1 in 5 of all turkeys will be consumed at Thanksgiving.

 

Thanksgiving by the Numbers:

 

1)     5 deers for 3 days with no pies at the first feast

2)     Lobster, seal and mussels were on the menu

3)     Minnesota alone is expected to produce 46.5 million turkeys in 2012

4)     1.1 billion pounds of pumpkins were produced in 2011

5)     2.4 billion pounds of sweet potatoes were produced in 2011

6)     750 million pounds of cranberries is expected to be produced in 2012

 


An infographic by the team at CouponAudit (http://www.couponaudit.com)

 

Source : http://www.couponaudit.com/blog/happy-thanksgiving-infographic/

 

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Cyber Monday & Black Friday’s Hacks & Scams [Infographics]

Cyber Monday & Black Friday’s Hacks & Scams [Infographics] | Infographics by Coupon Audit | Scoop.it

 

Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the two most attacks of hackers and spammers are happening.  This infographic advises merchants and consumers to be knowledgeable on spyware or malicious links created by these scammers in order to protect online shoppers and web merchants. This illustrates about what had happened in November 2010 Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale.  The higher risks are for those online shoppers that searched for leaked Black Friday deals.  This should be avoided.  Hackers know that people would love to see extravagant deals and they will use this against them.  The use of Wifi from purchasing online is not encouraged.  Security Software is needed and it should be up to date.  This information is relevant to merchandisers as well.  Merchants should update and upgrade the Software System and delete the older ones not in use.  The applications should be scanned and Google Checkout and Paypal are advised to be used.

 


An infographic by the team at CouponAudit (http://www.couponaudit.com)

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