Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 4, 2006
VirtualTrespassing, along with its media associates, is proud to announce upgraded functionality to its website VirtualTrespassing.com (http://www.virtualtrespassing.com).
VirtualTrespassing is a new concept in internet use. Like blogging and web 2.0, virtual trespassing encourages contributions from internet users in a shared community. Virtual Trespassing is a mix between blogging, geotagging, and web searching.
In marketing material released on their website, VirtualTrespassing offers the following description of this web trend:
VirtualTrespassing.com offers users the ability to buy and sell virtual advertising space associated with a location. For example, a user can put a billboard above the house where they were raised. A small business can put an advertisement or a coupon above their store. A sports fan can put a billboard above their arch rival’s stadium. Other users are invited to trespass on your virtual property by leaving comments, viewing links, and other means of community feedback.
VirtualTrespassing offers incentives for declaring properties sooner than later. If a billboard is close enough to overlap, the older billboard’s position will be in front of the other.
Users can create their own account by visiting http://www.virtualtrespassing.com and clicking on the map. This will take them to a registration page where they will submit a title and url link. After they are finished, they will have their first geotagged billboard. From their administration panel, the user is able to upload custom image for their billboards. Users can read a description on creating a geotag billboard at http://www.virtualtrespassing.com/cms/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=29&Itemid=47
For this introductory phase, users are able to create 5 virtual billboards.