This infographic takes the form of a video tutorial on Valentine's Day history.
Infographics are great tools to finding useful information you can digest easily. However, more and more video infographics are popping up, which usually feature a narrator explaining the information as it is presented. If infographics do the research for you, video infographics take it one step further by doing the reading for you too.
This Valentine's Day history infographic says school teachers get the most cards on February 14th, followed by children, mothers, wives and then sweethearts.
It seems women are much more conscientious, because they purchase 85% of all gifts. The red rose as a classic sign of romance and love dates back to Venus, the Roman goddess of love.
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This Infographic Explains Valentine's Day History in Detail
- By: Jonathon BrownFeb 11, 2013