Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 28, 2005
A fun new website (http://www.christiansquares.com) directed at Christians enables anyone to participate in building a mosaic on the Internet. The home page has 10,000 squares and visitors can sponsor a square by providing an image for the square, and paying a small fee. They can also designate a link to any website from that square. The end result will be a timeless mosaic with thousands of colorfully linked squares. The links are guaranteed to exist for five years.
The innovative idea came to ChristianSquares.com owner Craig Adkins after seeing the new web advertising trend, known as pixel buying. Bothered by the high rate of advertisers linking to adult sites on these so called pixel pages, Craig decided it was time for a family friendly version. As Craig says, “these other sites often had surprises when you clicked on a random link. You never knew if you were going to land in an adult site, or a gambling site or worse.”
Spurred on by wanting to create a site that anyone could enjoy, Craig immediately began the process of building the mosaic website. As Craig states, “I hope everyone supports this new concept. It is important to show that we can generate traffic too, without the need for gambling or adult sites. Christians and Christian businesses have gone largely unnoticed on the web. I wanted to capture the imagination of Christians and benefit other Christian websites at the same time. This is a great way to connect the two in a safe family fun way.”
ChristianSquares.com was founded by Internet guru and business owner, Craig Adkins. Craig founded the United States based website in November, 2005 after finding few Christian sites that could generate web traffic in an even distribution to both small and large Christian based businesses and churches. Wanting to create a site that even the smallest business or church could afford, Craig founded the first “Christian Mosaic” website. This new website allows for visitors to click on a part of the mosaic that interests them, which propels them to a mystery website. The end result is visitors get to have a little fun and mystery, while businesses and churches get a boost in hits to their sites for a very nominal fee.
Craig Adkins, Owner
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