The PR activity from The UK's largest discont website MyVoucherCodes.co.uk has had some really good coverage recently, featuring on the Sunday Mirror, Mirroro.co.uk and Metro.co.uk.
The release for MyVoucherCodes.co.uk went out to the press last week revealing the top 10 booziest student towns with Birmingham topping the chart. The study was conducted to take a closer look into studentsâ€™ spending habits; particularly focussing on how much students in the UK spend on alcohol per week. The study revealed Birmingham to be home to the UKâ€™s â€˜booziestâ€™ students, dedicating an average of Â£68 per week on alcohol; shortly followed by Manchester at Â£63.23.
Then, a mobile phone insurance website in the UK has also received some brilliant coverage on the Daily Mail website for their latest study revealing that the majority of parents to children aged 10 or under with a mobile phone donâ€™t keep an eye on their youngsterâ€™s activity on the handset; leaving them vulnerable to various dangers such as bullying and unsupervised internet usage.
Least but not last, the leading money saving website in the US, CouponCodes4u.com, has been receiving some brilliant coverage on OK Magasine website and Yahoo. The money saving website was curious to discover more about how parents feel about the influence of celebrity culture on their children, one of the leading coupon code websites in the US has conducted a poll to discover who parents consider to be the worst celebrity role models; with former Disney star Miley Cyrus earning the top spot ahead of Lindsay Lohan and Kim Kardashian.