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Your eyes do not deceive you – the sleek, pretty, low-slung sedan you see above is indeed the 2013 Ford Fusion. But don’t think that the 2013.
The redesigned midsize sedan is said by Ford to achieve class-leading fuel economy, with a new plug-in model said to achieve the equivalent of 100 m.p.g. or better in purely electric mode.
Embargo breaks are par for the course with big auto shows, and this year’s Detroit Auto Show is no different. The 2013 Ford Fusion appears to be big.
2013 Ford Fusion, Fusion Hybrid, Fusion Energi at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. 2013FordFusion. Competes with: Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Chevrolet Malibu; Looks like: Ford’s Evos Concept bore fruit … right away …
If you just bought a new Ford Fusion, we feel really sorry for you. Ford’s bread and butter midsize sedan is going to be all new for 2013 and it simply looks amazing. The body is a bold departure from the current Fusion and …
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- Sports Carnival ecstasy – November 15, 2011 (brutusreport.blogspot.com)
Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday marked new highs of mobile engagement for PayPal, with 511 percent and 538 percent increases over global mobile payment dollars on the same days in 2010, respectively.
To add to these record-breaking numbers, PayPal also boasted phenomenal sales numbers on Cyber Monday. As of writing this, they are reporting an increase greater than 500 percent in mobile payment volume over the same period on Cyber Monday last year.
The source of much of that volume is most likely eBay. Thi
s massive eCommerce company (which also owns PayPal) has reported that on Cyber Monday, discounted iPad 2 tablets were being sold at a pace of four per minute.
At this point in the game, we’re already seeing speculation and reports that sales this Cyber Monday are up 18 percent over this same time on Cyber Monday 2010. Customers shopping on a mobile device has reportedly increased by 11.7 percent, and the number of these mobile shoppers who use their mobile devices to make a purchase is up 6.4 percent.
All other mobile traffic and sales numbers for retailers are up as well. When broken out into individual devices, the iPhone leads the pack at 4.66 percent, followed closely by Android devices at 3.7 percent and the iPad making up 3.12 percent.
- Cyber Monday Sales Increase By Over 15% (ismagazine.com)
- Internet Affiliate Marketing – Internet Money Making Goes Mobile – How to Cash In! (AuthorityArticles.com)