Wednesday, April 2, 2014 Releases April Sale - 60% off Promotion

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There are lots of people who are waiting for Axislayer 2014 sales. In fact, AxisLayer has released a discounted plan for this season. In this year, this hosting provider has come out with coupon codes. The special promotion will sale off all their hosting packages from 60%.This provider plans to offer 60% on all hosting plans such as: AxisLayer shared hosting.The prices post this discount shall look something like this:
Economy Plan: $0.50/month

Customers can lock in the discounted prices here:

Axis10 - 1 Cent Hosting on monthly billing
Axis60 - 60% off on all Shared hosting packages

Domain coupon codes

CONAMES - domain Deal Now (.CO @ $11.50 one year reg)
COMNAMES - domain coupon code (.COM @ $9 one year reg )
ORGNAMES - domain coupon code (.ORG @ $6 one year reg )
BIZNAMES - domain coupon code (.BIZ @ $6 one year reg )
EUNAMES - domain coupon code (.EU @ $4 one year reg )
INNAMES - domain coupon code (.IN @ $4.50 one year reg )
INETNAMES - domain coupon code (.IN.NET @ $4.50 one year reg )
ASIANAMES - domain coupon code (.ASIA @ $3.50 one year reg )
PWNAMES - domain coupon code (.PW @ $4.50 one year reg )

Each of the packages comes with a large quantity of features. For instance, the Starter Plan covers the following highlighted ones.

1) Unlimited disk space, bandwidth, MySQL databases, FTP accounts, email addresses & sub-domains.
2) cPanel control panel integrated with the self-built QuickInstall 1-click script installer.
3) PHP 5.3.27 and 5.4.17, MySQL 5.5.x, Perl 5.8.x, Apache 2.2.x & Zend Optimizer 3.3.9.
4) Shared SSL certificate & SSH..
5) Instant backups & $100 Google AdWords credits.
6) 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
7) 45-day Money Back Guarantee

As we know, AxisLayer is known as a hosting world leader in providing reseller, shared, VPS web hosting as well as dedicated servers to large and small businesses. In addition, this provider serves more than 10,000 customers and boasts of users from individual bloggers to Fortune 500 companies. In other words, it has recently established a Data Center in India that is outside of their DC in USA. They are well-known to issue many promotional codes to their partners and affiliates that have resulted in a big network of customers, who also promote their services too.

Statistics show that AxisLayer is rated 4.5 of 5 for feature, 4 of 5 for speed, 4 of 5 for reliability, 5 of 5 for control panel and 4.5 of 5 for technical support. In addition, according to the 122 real customer reviews, the company enjoys a 97.5% customer satisfaction rate.

Users can be assured of a great service too, earmarked to simply be a continuation of Axislayer's established services, spanning the entire online storage and hosting spectrum. Axislayer's range of services spread beyond web hosting, covering reseller hosting, VPS hosting, dedicated servers and the registering of domain names.

Axislayer users also enjoy a great support system, incorporating a seamless support portal, billing system, ticket system and live chat platform to improve the overall user experience and account for any problems users may experience.

About AxisLayer: is an internet hosting service provider, providing high-quality hosting solutions to small and medium-sized businesses, prominent individuals, non-profit organizations and government agencies. Axislayer enjoys a worldwide reach, with a product line supported by their promise of strong support.
Priding themselves on the provision of a solid foundation for businesses to thrive, Axislayer's current portfolio of clients sees them managing over 4,000 domain names and over 2000 web hosting services.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

China's Xuzhou Zhongsen Missed Bond Coupon Payment, Paper Says

A privately held Chinese building materials company failed to pay interest on high-yield bonds, 21st Century Business Herald reported today.

Xuzhou Zhongsen Tonghao New Board Co., based in the eastern province of Jiangsu, missed the 10 percent Printable Coupons payment due March 28 on the notes, which it sold 180 million yuan ($29 million) of last year in a private placement, the report said, citing an unidentified person. The bond's guarantor, Sino-Capital Guaranty Trust, refused to pay on behalf of the company, according to the Guangzhou-based financial newspaper.

The default would mark the second for China's onshore bond market, following one by Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology Co. (002506) last month. Increasing defaults may signal the government has backed off from its practice of bailing out companies with bad debt. Premier Li Keqiang said in March at the conclusion of an annual legislative gathering that some defaults may be unavoidable as authorities tighten credit.

"In general, what we will see is a gradual unwinding of implicit government guarantee for a lot of credit products in China," said James Zhao, chief investment officer in Beijing at the international department of CCB Principal Asset Management Co. "There will continue to be a mixture of bond defaults and too-big-to-fail, or too-entangled, cases. It's now up to the market to find the pattern and investors will now have to figure out who is creditworthy and who is more likely to fail. It's a positive development."

Failures Mount

A woman who answered the phone at Zhongsen Tonghao and wouldn't give her name said the company couldn't immediately comment on the matter. Two calls to Sino-Capital Guaranty Trust went unanswered.

The number of Chinese companies whose debt is double their equity has surged since the global financial crisis, suggesting more defaults may come. Publicly traded non-financial corporates with debt-to-equity ratios exceeding 200 percent have jumped 57 percent since 2007. Chaori Solar may become China 's own "Bear Stearns moment," prompting investors to reassess credit risks as they did after the U.S. securities firm was rescued in 2008, according to Bank of America Corp.

Another closely held company based in neighboring Zhejiang province, property developer Zhejiang Xingrun Real Estate Co., collapsed less than two weeks after the Shanghai Chaori default.

Reluctance to bail out companies that can't repay debt signals "regulators' higher tolerance for corporate bond defaults amid financial market reforms, which is in line with the current central administration's shift to adopt more market-oriented policies," Moody's Investors Service said in a report on March 7.

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Friday, March 28, 2014

Roku Stick Hits Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart in U.S.

Roku Streaming Stick Hits Amazon, Review and Walmart in U.S.

Roku's new and improved streaming stick hit the market today ahead of its planned U.S. launch early next month. The HDMI dongle is available for online purchase through Roku's own website as well as from Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Walmart. The company says it should be available in brick and mortar stores in April as planned.

Roku's streaming stick offers the same user experience as its set-top boxes in a much smaller package for just $49.99. You'll get the same access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO Go, Aereo and more than a thousand other channels covering music, movies, sports and more. It also ships with a remote, though you can control it using the Roku app for Android and iOS if you prefer.

Roku's HDMI dongle improves on a $99 streaming stick the company developed in 2012 to ship with special "Roku Ready" TVs. The new model should give the company a boost against growing competition in the media streaming market. With a new Amazon set-top box expected to launch next week and an updated Apple TV rumored for later this year Roku will need all the help it can get.

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Discount airlines add flights to big cities from Reagan National. $LUV

<Online Dealsp> Southwest Airlines Co. is adding new service to seven cities from Reagan National Airport with the slots it won at the airport as part of the government's antitrust settlement with American Airlines Group Inc.

Southwest's plans confirm that the government's antitrust settlement with American is largely leading to increased service to big cities from Washington, D.C., at the expense of flights to smaller cities.

Southwest won...

Friday, March 7, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Gear - Price and Specs Comparison

Released in September 2013, the Note 3 and Gear remains the newest member of the popular Galaxy Note series.

The Note 3 brought in several new features to the Note lineup of smartphones such as S Pen, and pop up Apps. Due to popularity of the Note3, its successor Note 4 has garnered attention of all Smartphone enthusiasts and has become one of the much talked about device in the market. Samsung has not revealed any specifications for Note 4 but many leading technology magazines have published possible specifications of the device based on insiders leak. Let's compare the specifications of Note 3 and Gear and the upcoming Note 4.


The Note 3 has display of 5.7 inches with high pixel density at 386 pixels per inch. The Super AMOLED display is capable of delivering a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and can produce more than 16 million colors. The display in Note 3 is protected by Gorilla Glass from Corning. The Note 4 will more likely have a bigger display. If insider's leaks are to be believed, the Note 4 display will be 2 inches bigger than its predecessor.

Processor and Memory

The Note 3 is powered by a quad core microprocessor with clock frequency of 1.9 GHz and a discrete GPU, Adreno 330 running at a clock speed of 578 MHz. The device is equipped with 3GB RAM and minimum 16GB internal storage. Note 3 have three variants having different internal storage capacities such as 16GB, 32 GB and 64GB. Samsung is working on development of microprocessors based on 64-bit architecture and Note 4 might be the first device to have that technology. The Note 4 is more likely to have 4GB or more RAM.

Operating System

Note 3 runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. With new KitKat Android readily available and Note 4 likely release date before September 2014, the device will have the latest KitKat Android OS.


The Note 3 has a rear 13MP camera with LED flash and front 2MP camera. The Note 4 might get a camera boost and the device might have a 20MP rear camera with several photo enhancement technologies.


Stylus is one of the impressive features of Note 3 and its successor might have a better Stylus and improved handwriting recognition capabilities. The Note 4 will be able to recognize scrawls drawn on the screen by user. This is an improvement as until now, the handwriting recognition feature was only able to read common words drawn on the screen.


The Note 3 and Gear features a 3200 mAh battery which gives a talk time of 21 hours on 3G networks. The Note 4 will have much battery power as it will be fitted with 3600-3800 mAh battery that will give longer talk time and extended audio and video playback time in comparison to Note 3.

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The Galaxy Note 3 + Gear are available at $299 in 2-year contract with leading cellular companies. The price of Note 3 at Amazon is in the range of $630- $650. The price of Note 4 will be slightly higher than Note 3.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Large city, less coupons

"Dear Jill,

I am hoping you might be able to answer a question for me. I figured if anyone will be able to help me find an answer it might be you! I live in the Quad Cities - the combination of Moline, Illinois; Rock Island, Illinois; Davenport, Iowa and Bettendorf, Iowa. I have been couponing for 10 years, and I am quite good at it. My problem is that in the Quad City Area, where there are hundreds of thousands of people, we get the worst coupons ever! Our coupon inserts only have a few coupons, and have more advertisements than actual offers. I believe we get about a quarter of the coupons that bigger cities get in their papers.

"I am just so confused as to how an area as big as ours in the Quad Cities gets such a small amount of coupons delivered in our paper compared to what a city like Chicago gets. Any information you might be able to give me as to why an area with a combined population of nearly 400,000 people barely gets any coupons would be much appreciated.

Thank you,

Amy M."

This question has come up numerous times with my readers. Why do different parts of the country, and different newspapers, get different coupons? There are a lot of factors that play into this, including population, proximity to major supermarket chains and geographic and regional areas that marketers wish to target. I don't believe there's a conspiracy afoot to give certain shoppers "better" coupons than others. However, major cities and their outlying suburbs do tend to get larger coupon inserts with more pages.

Different newspapers in the same market area also can have entirely different sets of coupon inserts, too. Again, the decision to release large coupon inserts in some areas and smaller inserts in others isn't to "punish" anyone. Marketers are looking to boost sales of specific products in particular market areas.

You compared the population of the Quad Cities to Chicago. As you noted the Quad Cities are home to more than 300,000 people. Chicago's population is 2.7 million people, and if you count the entire Chicagoland metropolitan area, the number jumps to more than 9.5 million. From a marketer's perspective, they may see a larger return on their marketing investments when they place ads in newspapers in a larger area. If they aren't seeing enough of a sales boost in a "smaller" area (and again, I'm not arguing that 300,000 people is small by any means!), they might not place coupons.

I live in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, and there have been times that I've purchased a newspaper in the city and found different coupons and inserts than I receive at my home in the 'burbs. There's nothing I can do about that - I just accept that certain brands and products are being targeted toward city dwellers over suburbanites.

I've long said that couponing is a privilege, not a right. We can want to insist on the "best" coupons, or to have the same coupons that another area receives, but they're not something we're guaranteed by anyone.

One bright side: Printable and electronic coupons are available all over, no matter where you live. And, while some offers are also store or region-specific, sites like, and offer Promotional Codes to shoppers everywhere. I realize it's not the same as getting a nice, thick coupon insert in the newspaper each week, but it's a good way to supplement your coupon base.

Smart Living Tip: Whenever I'm traveling on a Sunday, the day the coupon inserts come out in most newspapers, I'll buy a paper. It's always interesting to see what coupons are available in the area I'm visiting. (Plus, who doesn't like extra coupons?) And, if you fly on a Sunday, take a stroll through the airport terminals and "clean up" discarded papers others have left behind. It's a great way to get more free coupon inserts!

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Jill Cataldo, a coupon workshop instructor, writer and mother of three, never passes up a good deal. Learn more about Super-Couponing at her website, Email your own couponing victories and questions to

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Grab this coupon for 20% off fresh green peppers this week has released its new weekly Best Buy on produce -- this week on green peppers.

The new offer will save you 20 percent on green peppers purchased through Monday, March 3, at participating stores.

The discount is valid on up to $10 worth of loose unwrapped green peppers.

Buy $5 worth of green peppers, for instance, and you'll receive a $1 credit. Match that with a sale and you've got a seriously good deal.

If you're not familiar with SavingStar, I highly recommend signing up at, which allows you to save money at up to six different stores in the Triangle. It takes only a few minutes to register your store loyalty card numbers. Once you've done that, it only takes a few seconds each week to select the offers you wish to use.

At the store register, SavingStar coupons are NOT automatically deducted from your grocery order. Instead, the savings accrue in your SavingStar account. Once you've saved $5, you select how you want to be paid.

In the Triangle, six stores participate in SavingStar: CVS, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Kroger, Lowes Foods and Rite Aid.

The SavingStar coupons may only be used once.