Pixel Ads a Fad? Statistics Have Found Pixel Ads Increase Rankings in Search Engines

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Richard Fox, CEO of Bidfly Inc, discovered a bonus incentive to the Pixel Ad revolution, “the more pixel ad links you have that point back to your site, with the attached keyword-specific alternate text of the graphic, the higher the site ranking will be in the search engines.”

Richard Fox, CEO of Bidfly Inc, discovered a bonus incentive to the Pixel Ad revolution, “the more pixel ad links you have that point back to your site, with the attached keyword-specific alternate text of the graphic, the higher the site ranking will be in the search engines.”

On January 15, 2006, Richard Fox launched http://www.izoomzoom.com, a pixel ad site where pixel ads are placed within categories, allowing users to sort through pixel ads based on similar criteria. “We felt The Million Dollar Homepage had the right idea, but just needed a little tweaking to get pixel advertising to work as a viable advertising model. There is a reason why we call it ‘target markets’, and spend millions of dollars data mining demographics.”

i Zoom Zoom also developed a patent-pending technology which allows visitors to view a screen shot of the site that is linked to the pixel ad. “We want to provide an easy way for users to ‘Zoom’ through the pixel ad space quickly and see where they are going before they commit to clicking on a pixel ad.

The i Zoom Zoom business model offers free pixel ads for specific categories and charges one dollar per pixel for a pixel ad placed on the i Zoom Zoom homepage. “The categories are limitless, we’ve already established alliances with major name brands,” Richard comments, “but where we really want to make a difference is helping small businesses grow. It’s all a part of the master plan.”

In addition to offering free pixel ads, i Zoom Zoom also provides an affiliate program for those interested in making money by selling pixel ad space. Each affiliate earns 50% commission on each sale. “People are starting to understand, the Internet is a digital form of real estate. We offer a 30-year pixel ad block that you can rent, resell, modify, whatever. It’s yours. We’re committed that everyone makes money, if everyone makes money then everyone wins!”

i Zoom Zoom allocates 10% of the pixel ad space on the homepage for non-profits and charitable organizations. These free pixel ads are available in 2 x 2 blocks.

Last year Richard Fox launched a new online auction site, http://www.bidfly.com, and will offer free storefronts in the early part of this year.

For more information and media inquiries please contact:

Lynn Menashe

Media Correspondent

Bidfly Inc.

(818) 905-4420

http://www.izoomzoom.com

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