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Some city names have pretty obvious meanings, for example, Los Angeles is a no brainer… well if you know a tiny bit of Spanish. But what about cities like Dubai, Beijing and Toronto? What do they mean? Here with all the answers is the following infographic by Fly Abu Dhabi.


Male Japanese Cat Names

Strong and honorable, these male Japanese cat names pay homage to gods, goodness, and nature:

Akihiro – Great brightness

Banzan – Indestructible mountain

Bassui – High above average

Bishamon – Buddist god of war and fortune

Daijiro – Great second son

Ebisu – Shinto god of luck, wealth, and prosperity

Haru – Flowering springtime

Hideki – Wonderful opportunity

Hiroaki – Widespread brightness

Hiroki – Vast timber trees

Hitoshi – Motivated person

Izanagi – First male, the god of creation

Jikai – Ocean of compassion

Joben – Enjoys cleanliness

Junichi – Obedient first son

Kaito – Between pear trees

Kangiten – Buddist god of bliss

Kenichi – Strong, healthy first son

Kuebiko – Shinto god of knowledge and agriculture


Psychographic Segmentation: A Definitive Guide [Infographic]

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There are certain characteristics and psychological qualities that make you, you.

Psychographic segmentation capitalizes on this by dividing customers based on psychological factors, which include behaviors, personalities, lifestyles, and beliefs. These factors are then analyzed to predict how you, the customer, will respond to focused marketing campaigns.

Segmenting consumers into these subgroups based on conscious and unconscious decision-making processes was first proposed as an argument against traditional behavioral and demographic segmentation. The question became: do age, gender, and education level provide enough information to formulate a valuable targeted marketing campaign? The answer may be yes.

In fact, early experiments in engaging customers segmented by psychographics have seen an increase in conversions by a factor of five when compared to engaging customers with no context.

If you are wondering how you can implement a more sophisticated method for market segmentation in your business, continue reading or jump to our infographic at the bottom of the page.


Diagram of the Human Respiratory System (Infographic)

The primary organs of the respiratory system are the lungs, which function to take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide as we breathe.

The gas exchange process is performed by the lungs and respiratory system. Air, a mix of oxygen and other gases, is inhaled.

In the throat, the trachea, or windpipe, filters the air. The trachea branches into two bronchi, tubes that lead to the lungs.

Once in the lungs, oxygen is moved into the bloodstream. Blood carries the oxygen through the body to where it is needed.

Red blood cells collect carbon dioxide from the body’s cells and transports it back to the lungs.

An exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place in the alveoli, small structures within the lungs. The carbon dioxide, a waste gas, is exhaled and the cycle begins again with the next breath.

The diaphragm is a dome-shaped muscle below the lungs that controls breathing. The diaphragm flattens out and pulls forward, drawing air into the lungs for inhalation. During exhalation the diaphragm expands to force air out of the lungs.

Adults normally take 12 to 20 breaths per minute. Strenuous exercise drives the breath rate up to an average of 45 breaths per minute.


Other North American City Names for Dogs

Additionally, here are city names for dogs based on other locations in North America. Maybe you’ve traveled to these spots, you have family or friends there, or you simply like the way the name sounds.

Whatever the reason, these certainly make unique, interesting dog names!

Canada

  • Vancouver
  • Montreal
  • Toronto
  • Ottawa
  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Winnipeg (Winnie for short)
  • Regina
  • Halifax (Hal for short)
  • Saskatoon

Mexico

  • Guadalajara
  • Cancun
  • Monterrey
  • Acapulco
  • Tijuana
  • Toluca
  • Mérida
  • Morelia
  • Puebla
  • Mexicali
  • Maz (short for Mazatlán)

Central America

  • Panama (as in Panama City)
  • Salvador – San Salvador
  • José – San José
  • Antigua
  • Granada
  • Miguel – San Miguel
  • León
  • Monteverde
  • Limón

Watch the video: Can You Pronounce These Simple City Names? Ok Tested


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