Marblejars is a totally unique and one-of-a-kind concept and we knew we needed the help of a top interactive agency to help make our idea come to life
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Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 18, 2007
Marblejars.com is a totally original concept blending online video with a unique reality fundraising atmosphere. The site utilizes cutting-edge technology that combines video with interactive flash motion graphics to make it fun and entertaining. Members can purchase marblejars and post their video(s) asking the community to give marbles for their cause or anything they need/want or they can also give to others to help them get what they want. Website members can purchase marbles to place in marblejars throughout the site. Each member purchases a marblejar and sets a specific goal to it. Then they upload a video asking for what they want. When they decide the jar has enough marbles or it reaches its goal they can cash out and collect money for their marbles. It’s really that simple.
Who can buy marbles? Anyone who feels a connection or shares that dream, that passion or remembers when they needed a helping hand. You’re in control of your marbles, you decide which jar(s) you’re going to help fill and you get to enjoy helping a fellow person.
“Some people can’t afford to buy some of the things they want no matter how hard they work for it. A lot of people are tired of donating their hard-earned money to causes only to see it get tied up in red tape. Marblejars.com is the site for them. At Marblejars we believe that everyone that needs that little extra help can get it,” said Robert L. O’Dell, CEO and Founder of Marblejars. Robert further stated, “Members can promote their marblejar, reach out to their family and friends, embed and email videos. They will feel a need to check back often and watch their marblejar fill up with marbles. Members and viewers will be able to feel connected to the person or persons they decide to help and in the end view testimonials of how marblejars.com affected the lives of those who were helped.”
“Marblejars is a totally unique and one-of-a-kind concept and we knew we needed the help of a top interactive agency to help make our idea come to life,” said Robert. We teamed up with Rareview Interactive to build the website and animations that make the site fun. Chuck Pearson, CEO of Rareview said, “This was a really fun project. The concept is unique, and the project presented a lot of difficulties and challenges with merging various technologies and concepts, but in the end, it turned out even better than we all expected. Personally, we like that it’s not just another video website, but it’s a humanitarian effort with a very fun twist, which makes the site sticky, entertaining, and best of all, satisfying. Try donating to someone who needs something that you once needed; you just get the best feeling.”
Visit http://www.marblejars.com now to browse and join the community. Get those video cameras out and ask yourself “What do you want?”
Marblejars is the latest consumer media company taking online video to a higher playing level by asking members “What do you want?” and giving them a voice and opportunity to connect with people that need help getting something. Anyone with a want, a dream, a passion or just plain needs a helping hand; these are the people who should use our website and service. It could be little Susie who’s dreaming of a pony, or Uncle Sal who has a leaking roof, or Mary who has a favorite charity she raises money for, or Joey who just graduated from film school and needs help funding a project idea -- as you can see, it can be anyone with a want or dream.
Since 2002, Rareview has embraced the web as a medium to deliver information in a compelling and completely ground-breaking way. Our goal has always been to create inspirational web experiences and develop interactive applications for companies that see the web as a powerful tool to fascinate and engage customers. Rareview creates experiences for web users by developing robust and interactive applications and websites that are heavily concentrated on design and form. At Rareview, our specialties lie in system architecture, interactive design, flash animation, complex data integration, content management, rich media, and motion graphics. More Information can be found at http://www.rareview.com.