Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 5, 2006
Today, the website Make90.com launches, and hopes to revolutionize the Internet through pixel advertisements for charity.
Make90.com, modeled after the famous Pixel Advertising engine revolutionized by Alex Tow, has been created to help graduating University student Donte Frazier pay for his $90,000+ University fees. At the same time, Frazier promises to give a user-decided portion of every pixel bought to a charity of the user's choice.
Pixel Advertising is a brand new form of advertising that has taken the world by storm. Pioneered by Alex Tow of the Million Dollar Homepage, Pixel Advertising is a method by which businesses buy Ad space on a website that has been separated into chunks defined as pixels. Approximately 1,000,000+ pixels can exist on each page and they are divided into 100 x 100 blocks. Through this method, thousands of companies can advertise on a website for periods designated by the pixel advertiser. It is a brilliant new marketing strategy as word of mouth spreads about the pixel site, and drives visitors to it. In this way businesses can gain hundreds of new customers without spending the thousands of dollars that traditional advertising demands.
Frazier offers pixels in chunks of 50 cents per pixel and promises an advertising period of no less than 10 years. At the same time, he offers businesses the chance to donate a percentage of their pixel purchase fee to a charity of their choice. By far, pixel advertising is perhaps the cheapest and, at the same time, most effective advertising method currently available. It has truly taken the Internet by storm.
The Make90 website is located at http://www.make90.com.