500Words.com Huge Hit Ranking in Top Sites on Launch Day

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Word cloud advertising site, 500Words.com, shatters all expectations on first day by selling over 40% of inventory and creating demand for similar niche sites.

We are working on releasing this package as soon as possible to meet the demand for our popular tool.

Innovative and novel pay-per-link site, http://www.500Words.com, today announced a wildly successful launch and stakes its claim as the foundation for a new type of viral internet marketing for all kinds of niche sites.

Based on the "word cloud" concept made popular by tag sites such as technorato and del.icio.us, 500Words.com allows sponsors to "claim" a word and create a custom link to the web site of their choice for a fee.

"Unlike the pixel ad craze of 2005, hyperlinked words are the foundational method of navigating the web," says Joel Comm, creator of 500Words.com. "Sponsors are eager to claim their word and customize the look and feel in such a novel and viral interface."

In just 24 hours, 500Words.com had sold nearly 40% of it's inventory, making it one of the most viral web sites ever to hit the web. Quickly rising in the Alexa rankings, the site continues to gather new sponsors who are enjoying bursts of traffic from being on the page. Comm expects the page to be fully sold out shortly.

"Other site owners are clamoring to own the software used to create 500Words.com so they may create a sponsored word-cloud site in their own niche." says Comm. "We are working on releasing this package as soon as possible to meet the demand for our popular tool."

About InfoMedia, Inc.

InfoMedia, Inc. is a new media company that strives to provide family-friendly entertainment and other useful resources through web sites that include DealofDay.com, WorldVillage.com, FamilyFirst.com and FreeBitz.com. For interviews or more information contact InfoMedia, Inc. at (405) 348-2800 or visit http://www.500words.com.


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