One Company is Revolutionizing the Way Companies Advertise on the Web by Selling Fifty-Million "Pixel Ads" for Free

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With the unexpected success of Alex Tew's 'The Million Dollar Homepage,' a website setup to raise one million dollars by selling pixel advertisements for one dollar per pixel, many companies are jumping on the bandwagon trying to strike it rich with the next greatest idea. To many, these companies are "in it for the buck", but Ken Mayen of FreeUSPixels.com has his own plans to reconstruct the way companies advertise on the Web.

With the unexpected success of Alex Tew's 'The Million Dollar Homepage', a website setup to raise one million dollars by selling pixel advertisements for one dollar per pixel, many companies are jumping on the bandwagon trying to strike it rich with the next greatest idea. To many, these companies are "in it for the buck", but Ken Mayen of FreeUSPixels.com has his own plans to reconstruct the way companies advertise on the Web.

Pixel advertising, the process of selling online advertisement space on a massive grid of pixels, has taken the modern Internet by storm. Thousands of Web developers from around the world have created websites incorporating pixel advertising with the hopes of striking it rich, but Ken Mayen, President of FreeUSPixels.com, has different plans for his website. Mayen's website is just as it is described; a free pixel advertising gateway for companies throughout the world to post an image linking to their website on a grid of pixels.

"The purpose of a pixel advertising site is to drive significant amounts of quality traffic to advertisers' homepages," says Ken Mayen, "and pixel advertising certainly does work!"

When asked to describe his website, Mayen stated, "We are a free advertising portal available to anyone, anywhere, at any time. For those who don't know, a pixel is the basic unit of the composition of an image on a television screen, computer monitor or similar display. For our purposes, a pixel block is 10x10 pixels. On every page there are 10,000 10x10 blocks equaling 1,000,000 pixels per page." Brian Wallenstein, owner a popular review-based website, says FreeUSPixels.com has "completely changed the way Internet advertising works. There's nothing like promoting your goods or services for free, especially on the Internet."

FreeUSPixels.com

is currently accepting immediate ad placements on a first come, first served basis.

FreeUSPixels.com launched in July of 2006 and expects to run out of all available advertising space by 2007.

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