San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 13, 2007
Zedomax Network, a San Francisco-based Web2.0 company, has just launched a new website called OneBuckWiki.com
The One Buck Wiki is a new community of entrepreneurs, web marketers and normal people who want to promote their businesses online and benefit from the collective traffic that's generated by other page-owners and One Buck Wiki's viral marketing.
Users can buy a page for only 1 dollar (limited time only). As page owners, they can promote a blog, e-store or any other website(s). The page(s) users buy will solely have their content and no one else's.
A page on the One Buck Wiki can be edited just as a user would edit a page in Wikipedia. The main difference between the two is that the One Buck Wiki can be used to promote an e-store, a blog or any other products or services.
The One Buck Wiki is created by the creators of the Five Dollar Wiki at FiveDollarWiki.com, which was also launched only couple days ago. They are a team of underground "moonlighters" that work around the clock to create the next Internet marketing tool.
The One Buck Wiki is based on a highly powerful business model that allows users to benefit from overall sales of pages and viral marketing.
The One Buck Wiki has just launched its beta stage and they have millions of unclaimed pages where the user can choose their own words or phrases such as "iPod Store", "Business" or "Web Development".
There have been a number of "million dollar" ideas on the Internet in the past couple months including the Million Dollar Wiki (MDW), and the Million Euro Wiki (MEW).
The MDW (MillionDollarWiki.com) and MEW (MillionEuroWiki.com) offered Internet users the chance to own a piece of history at $100 each.
The MillionDollarWiki does seem to have excited the Internet crowd, with some customers buying up to 15 pages at a time. Pages have even been traded, with the "Business" page selling on eBay for $6100.
Basically, the difference between the MillionDollarWiki and the OneBuckWiki is that a person can buy a page for one dollar instead of one hundred dollars.
In addition, the page(s) people buy now will ultimately gain at least 10-fold its original value at every 1,000 pages that the One Buck Wiki sells.
"A page bought on the One Buck Wiki today could be worth $1000 when 100,000 pages are sold."
With the One Buck Wiki, people can buy pages that will multiply in value automatically with growth of the website itself.
Even with all the directories and social bookmarking sites available today, Internet users are demanding more and they want to interact with the latest online marketing strategies available.
While social bookmarking sites like Stumbleupon, Reddit and Digg are soaring in popularity, the One Buck Wiki team is pouncing on the opportunity to generate both massive online traffic and income with their new project.
For more information visit One Buck Wiki FAQ at http://OneBuckWiki.com.
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