Edith Tapia began blogging in 2005 when she discovered her passion: writing to help others. Since 2011, she has worked from home on her CuponeandoPR.net blog, providing free orientation to thousands of Latino families about how to maximize savings using discount coupons. Being the pioneer in the topic of couponing in Puerto Rico and her experience in the use and distribution of coupons has given her an opportunity to work as a corporate consultant for many brands and retailers wanting to introduce discount coupons as a marketing strategy in Puerto Rico. Furthermore, she offers corporate and private workshops about their strategic use. CuponenadoPR.net is considered the best and most reliable source of information if you want to save and learn about how to use discount coupons in Puerto Rico.
More than a blog, Cuponeando en Puerto Rico is the engine that spurred the use of product coupons. When Cuponeando PR was born in the summer of 2011, only 3 percent of the Puerto Rican population used discount coupons; but according to the latest surveys by the Puerto Rico Marketing, Industry and Food Distribution Chamber (MIDA for its Spanish acronym), 20 percent of the population is now using coupons. It can be said, without a doubt, that one of the key elements behind this increase is the excellent job Edith Tapia has done at educating through her blog. Thousands of Puerto Rican families have testified to the help Edith Tapia has provided through CuponeandoPR.net.
Something that began as a Facebook page is now a great blog that helps thousands of families to stretch their money to the max.
Edith Tapia, a teacher, has a BA in Pre-Law and History of Puerto Rico and graduate studies in Linguistics. In 2013 and 2014 she was chosen by LATISM (Latinos in Social Media) as one of the most influential Latina bloggers in the United States. In 2015, HISPANICIZE chose her Facebook page as one of the three best Latino pages in the nation, and her blog as one of the three best finance Latino blogs in the U.S. Her vision and mission is to continue to help thousands of families who have been affected by the economic recession that our island is facing, believing that coupons are a real alternative to help Puerto Rican consumers and which in turn are an excellent strategy.
Edith Tapia writes about her experience in couponing, offers suggestions about stretching the dollar to the max, reviews products and restaurants, and everything related to living a frugal lifestyle.
She has collaborated on several radio and television programs, such as: “Telenoticias de Telemundo,” “Tu Medio Día de Univisión,” “Entre Nosotras” and “WAPA a las Cuatro” aired by the WAPA television station. She currently appears on a weekly segment on the “Día a Día” television show on Telemundo.
She has worked with Kmart, Sears, Wal-mart, Macy’s, Rovira Biscuits, Transitions Lenses, Red ATH, Colgate Palmolive, Procter & Gamble, and Disney, among others.