Univ. of Okla. Student, Trae McNeely, Mimics Alex Tew with His MillionDollarNokia.com Site Selling Billboard Space and Pixels for $1 Dollar Each to Pay for His College

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Introducing another MillionDollar website and it's not by Alex Tew; this site has a tradition feel with an innovative edge. Trae McNeely, Information Studies Junior, at the University of Oklahoma has created one of the numerous clone sites hoping to profit off pixel advertising, but his style and use of technology has set his MillionDollarNokia website a part from the others. His site is designed to make over $1 million dollars by selling billboard space and pixels for $1 each. Trae has invented a new form of advertising; Tele-ProductplacementAdvertising using his camera on his new Nokia 6682.

With the wave of pixel advertising, comes a new and improved form of advertising created by University of Oklahoma Junior; Trae McNeely. Trae, like many others, is trying to make one million dollars to help pay his college expenses and he's been inspired by Alex Tew and his milliondollarhomepage website which has revolutionized the way people advertise on the Internet. Trae's answer to Alex, http://www.MillionDollarNokia.com.

Yes, Trae is combining the technology of his new Nokia 6682 to create cash. Instead of just selling pixel space, Trae is selling a customizable billboard for 24 hours, his specialty, and pixels for $1 each.

So, how does it work? Mr. McNeely takes a picture of your website and carries it around all day, in class, during lunch, and even at church. His sign has the website address of the advertiser or whatever text the advertiser wishes to display. McNeely, then takes multiple pictures of himself with your sign as he does his daily activities and the photo is instantaneously uploaded to the Internet where thousands or even millions of people can see it instantly. He claims there is not lag and photos are posted to his MillionDollarNokia website instantly.

Mr. McNeely says his site has several advantages over other websites because your personal or business website(s) could show up on the back of a random person, near a cute girl, or on anything that he finds interesting, thus your billboard is dynamic and constantly changing creating more buzz and publicity. He will even wear and use your product(s) if you are selling t-shirts, phones, or various other products. Your billboard is clickable and people can go to the advertiser or customers website directly.

How much does it cost? Just $100 dollars which equals only $1 dollar per pixel and you can customize your billboard by emailing him your logo as it scrolls across the screen for a full 24 hours. With your billboard you will also receive a permanent space on his website which will stay on the Internet until he graduates so, to most, it sounds like a great opportunity to get thousands of hits to one's website for only $100 dolllars plus the advertising will last for several years.

Why use this new form of Tele-ProductplacementAdvertising as Trae McNeely calls it? You get double for your money and your site is the center of attention for a full day and the billboard can be bought multiple times. If this new form of advertising will last is another story, but the determination of another college student to create money to support his education shows companies, advertisers, and corporations that college students are starting early.

Try it, it's called http://www.milliondollarnokia.com.


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