Infographic : 8 Adventure Activities You’ve Got To Try

There are 8 activities you have to try! Some you won’t have even heard of, some are ones you’ll have seen videos of but never thought you could do yourself. Take Geocaching for example, this fun hobby is a great way to explore and discover the world around us. From the top of a volcano in Hawaii, to the shores of an ancient island monastery in France; from high mountain peaks to deep caverns in the ground, our geocaching adventures have taken us to wild, wonderful and unexpected places around the world. There are lots of other fun things you can get up to too. This infographic explains some of them, from Segway Racing to Coasteering and Scrambling.

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Infographic : 8 Adventure Activities You’ve Got To Try

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Infographic : A-Z of Packaging

As internet shopping grows in popularity thanks to faster broadband speeds and increased online security, sellers need to find the right kind of packaging to protect their products en route to their customers. This bright and fun infographic has been created by Davpack to show just how many packaging solutions they have available.For packaging boxes visit Davpack for the full A-Z of PACKAGING SUPPLIES in stock and available next working day.

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Infographic : How Semi Automatic Paintball Guns Work

How Semi-Automatic Paintball Guns Work by Mayhem Paintball

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Infographic : 2014 Changes to Taxing a UK Vehicle

There is so much information about the changes in the UK car tax rules but nowhere is it concise, easy to read or thorough. This fantastic infographic by GB Show Plates provides all the information car owners need in an easily digestible format in order to understand what the changes are, what their obligations are and how to avoid being penalised with a fine!

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Infographic :2014 Changes to Taxing a UK Vehicle

 

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The 3 Scariest Horror Movies Cursed in Real Life

It’s only a horror movie, right? Wrong! Our infographic has the real life curses that followed some of the scariest horror movies ever. Read at your own risk… via: presto.com.au
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UK Bluffing Survey Results

Bluffing is associated with Poker players, but it’s not just Poker players who bluff on a daily basis. The most likely to bluff their way through the day are Londoners – who commonly bluff about their age. In the Midlands and Wales however, people are more likely to bluffing about their waistline.

The British public trust certain professions more than others, with estate agents and taxi drivers being the most prone to tall tales. On the other hand, teachers and doctors are the most trusted professions, considered the least likely to bluff. Grosvenorcasinos.com

UK Bluffing Survey Results

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Qdoba® Frees the Flavor; “Extras” No Longer Cost Extra

Mexican fast-casual chain launches simplified menu and pricing structure where entrée prices are inclusive of all flavors, including Queso and guacamole.

Qdoba Mexican Grill® is encouraging guests to free the flavor as the Mexican fast-casual brand unveils a new simplified menu and pricing structure at its 600-plus restaurants in which “extras” are no longer extra. Qdoba’s new menu structure allows guests to pay a single price for any entrée offered – a price that is based on the protein chosen and that is inclusive of as many additional flavors the guest would like to add, including guacamole, 3-Cheese Queso, Queso Diablo and more.

“We focus on our guests, and what they want, and expect, from us as a brand. Evaluating our guests’ experience, we learned that they appreciate a clear and simple menu structure and the ability to build a customizable and flavorful entrée without having to compromise on that flavor because their favorites, like guacamole and Queso, cost extra,” said Tim Casey, Qdoba’s Brand President.

With the simplified structure, guests at Qdoba will now pay a single set price for their favorite entrée, and be able to load on the flavor with guacamole, 3-Cheese Queso, fajita veggies and more, without having to pay any additional costs for these items. The menu applies a two-tier pricing structure based on protein; tier one includes vegetables, ground beef and chicken, while tier two includes pulled pork, steak and shredded beef. Prices will vary by market, and double servings of protein will be available to guests for a nominal cost.

“We don’t want our guests to sacrifice flavor because of price.  Our culinary team has developed some terrific flavors that we are proud of, and we want our guests to have confidence that they’ll pay one fair price for their favorite entrée and have the freedom to experience all the other flavors we offer,” added Casey.

For more information or to find the Qdoba nearest to you, please visit www.Qdoba.com.

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Infographic : My Guys Moving Shares Top Five Moving Hacks

My Guys Moving shares some shortcuts and hacks to make your move easier. They know how important it is to be efficient and pay attention to all the details. It doesn’t matter how far or short of a distance you’re moving. Even having a plan, it can be difficult to remember everything, with the rush and excitement during the moving process. The shortcuts and hacks in the infographic below can make your life alot easier while you’re moving.

Infographic Source :- www.myguysmoving.com

Infographic : My Guys Moving Shares Top Five Moving Hacks

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Top 25 Business Schools In The World

Where google may prove to be cumbersome, Collegedunia is the one stop destination for seeking educational information. Launched recently, it is a portal owned by 3.14 Digital based in New Delhi, with an aim of making the pre-admission process of choosing and judging an institute easier by curating the best possible data. Given the competition in the education sector, a website like collegedunia was a necessity.

For a student searching information on higher education, cutoffs, number of seats, institute ranking and affiliation are some of the key criteria to pick the right college. However, finding detailed information on colleges is strenuous with the college data dispersed all over the internet. Spotting this huge gap in the data being provided and the quality of information, founders of collegedunia seized the opportunity and came up with a portal to bridge this information gap. The aim of this portal is “to fulfill a vision of empowering students with knowledge so that they make a wiser decision while choosing their career and alma mater.”

The website provides an extensive search engine for students seeking higher education in India and abroad. It is a search engine that provides data based on what you are looking for in colleges instead of what they want you to see. The data is categorised according to streams like management, law, engineering, architecture, medicine, etc. Further, the colleges can be filtered depending on location, ranking, ratings, fees and cutoff for different competitive exams. Each college page has a detailed information of review, images, videos, fees, ratings, brochures, placement companies hire at the campus, affiliation, approval, reservation, eligibility, Dean Information, amenities, application submission and broad description. If this comprehensive info still leaves a room for a query then they have an “ask a question to the counselor” button. The website also displays similar colleges on the institute page for an easier navigation. The option of adding colleges to a shortlist makes the process of choosing the right college in the end easier. Furthermore, the website features a news feed that displays the latest news or announcements related to education.

The education portal has a simple and easy to use interface for a rich user experience. With a database of over 20,000 colleges and 6,000 courses, handling data so extensive is not an easy task but they are managing it wonderfully. If they maintain this quality and continue updating information, then collegedunia has a potential to become one of the top educational classifieds portal.

Infographic Source :- www.businessinsider.in

Top 25 Business Schools In The World

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Infographic: The History of Coupons

There are clearance sales and then there are zouton coupons that provide the best bargains. Coupons are a marketing scheme which offer something to the customers for nothing. They make expensive brands, places and travel package affordable to the working class. A budgeted ticket for the bourgeoisie to join the elite. Imagine walking into a gourmet restaurant without worrying about the cost factor, the payment has been done and totally fit the budget because of the offer that you found online. “Offer code”, “promo code”, “referral code”, “promotional code” which typically provide free gift, discount or free shipping to encourage customers to buy a specific product or from a specific retailer, are trending in the virtual world.

Although coupons are the most searched tokens on the internet presently, very little is known about their first appearance.Taking the liberty to shed some light on their history, the existence of coupons dates back to the year 1887, when Asa Chandler turned the “tonic” Coca-Cola into a profitable business with his ingenious marketing technique of giving away complimentary coupons ‘buy two, get one free’ option. It took ten to fifteen years for others to understand the Coca-Cola tactics but finally when they did in 1909 with a cereal brand, there was no stopping until this form of sales promotion became an integral part of marketing strategies. The coupon usage grew dramatically in the 1930s i.e.during the great depression and was adopted by a big grocery chain of stores to lure customers in 1940s. 1957 witnessed the start of a coupon providing industry, a coupon creating house founded with the sole purpose of coupon redemption. 1990s, the invention of internet saw brands shifting online and the coupon providers realized they had to make the move as well. It was in the late 1990s that this transition took place and following the late 2000s it became popular with the masses. In a nutshell, this marketing device has advanced from being a lovely perk to a pillar of world commerce.

Statistics show that shoppers saved more than $6 billion in the year 2013 with coupon usage and that more than 90 percent customers use coupons to shop online. The introduction of these mediators, i.e. coupon providers, has led to a win-win situation between brands and their customers. The brands get their sales and customers their price.

Comparing the online coupons and the traditional printed ones, online coupons do have certain advantages over their predecessor. They are hassle free, easily redeemable online or offline and easy to distribute.

Infographic Source :- http://www.savings.com/blog/post/infographic-the-history-of-coupons.html

Infographic: The History of Coupons

There are clearance sales and then there are zouton coupons that provide the best bargains. Coupons are a marketing scheme which offer something to the customers for nothing. They make expensive brands, places and travel package affordable to the working class. A budgeted ticket for the bourgeoisie to join the elite. Imagine walking into a gourmet restaurant without worrying about the cost factor, the payment has been done and totally fit the budget because of the offer that you found online. “Offer code”, “promo code”, “referral code”, “promotional code” which typically provide free gift, discount or free shipping to encourage customers to buy a specific product or from a specific retailer, are trending in the virtual world.
Although coupons are the most searched tokens on the internet presently, very little is known about their first appearance.Taking the liberty to shed some light on their history, the existence of coupons dates back to the year 1887, when Asa Chandler turned the “tonic” Coca-Cola into a profitable business with his ingenious marketing technique of giving away complimentary coupons ‘buy two, get one free’ option. It took ten to fifteen years for others to understand the Coca-Cola tactics but finally when they did in 1909 with a cereal brand, there was no stopping until this form of sales promotion became an integral part of marketing strategies. The coupon usage grew dramatically in the 1930s i.e.during the great depression and was adopted by a big grocery chain of stores to lure customers in 1940s. 1957 witnessed the start of a coupon providing industry, a coupon creating house founded with the sole purpose of coupon redemption. 1990s, the invention of internet saw brands shifting online and the coupon providers realized they had to make the move as well. It was in the late 1990s that this transition took place and following the late 2000s it became popular with the masses. In a nutshell, this marketing device has advanced from being a lovely perk to a pillar of world commerce.
Statistics show that shoppers saved more than $6 billion in the year 2013 with coupon usage and that more than 90 percent customers use coupons to shop online. The introduction of these mediators, i.e. coupon providers, has led to a win-win situation between brands and their customers. The brands get their sales and customers their price.
Comparing the online coupons and the traditional printed ones, online coupons do have certain advantages over their predecessor. They are hassle free, easily redeemable online or offline and easy to distribute.

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