Readers are sharing ideas, family secrets and remedies, and tips on a range of 20 topics from parenting and investing to entertainment and hobbies. In essence, a plethora of wisdom and useful information from all reaches of the world.
Camillus, NY (PRWEB) June 11, 2008
Tim Smith is combating people's spiraling negative attitudes by bringing more smiles to the world with Smile-Therapy. After ten years of research, Smith launched Smile-Therapy.com, a Web based portal in April 2008 and has already received 5,170 visitors to the site, which promises to connect visitors by sharing their knowledge and expertise. It contains two paths to good cheer and lightheartedness: a daily positive email message and a comprehensive online Library of Wisdom, a direct line to a positive outlook written by and for the readers.
A former mortgage broker, Smith asked his online audience two questions - if they would like more good news in their life and if they would like to have access to thousands of tips, wisdom, and insights from people around the world. The answer to both was a resounding "yes," and Smith delivered the dynamic concept with global reaches.
"Smile-Therapy is fresh, uplifting, information packed, and easy to navigate," said Smith. "Readers are sharing ideas, family secrets and remedies, and tips on a range of 20 topics from parenting and investing to entertainment and hobbies. In essence, a plethora of wisdom and useful information from all reaches of the world."
For more than fifteen years, Smith kept a well-worn mantra above his car visor, which he read faithfully each day: "Help others, work hard, have fun, and make people smile." And now he's turned that mantra into reality by bringing a smile to readers each day…and it's working. On May 4, 2008, Smile-Therapy.com was voted the number one site from CoolSiteoftheday.com.
The concept of Smile-Therapy has been in the works since the mid nineties. "This is not your typical inspirational quote of the day that arrives in your inbox. Each day brings something different," said Smith. "It could be a household tip, a way to make or save money, an interesting Web site, good news, quizzes and brain teasers, or simply cool ideas and concepts. The ideas are pouring in from around the world. We're really learning and benefiting from each other."
When Smith asked for information and wisdom that worked, the response was huge. He has developed a massive Library of Wisdom, which can be accessed by subscribers. For example, a Floridian shares how best to deal with severe sunburn while an Alaskan native sent in his experience of keeping warm in minus thirty degree temperatures. Another reader explained how to easily eliminate mosquitoes from the patio. The Library is growing daily as people continue to share. "We like to refer to it as 'the best of people.' Wisdom does not have to come from Dr. Phil, it is arriving in droves from ordinary people," said Smith.
A subscription to Smile-Therapy.com is available for only $5.00 per month or $55.00 annually. It allows complete access to the Library of Wisdom, the daily email archive, and the positive daily email message. For more information, visit http://www.smile-therapy.com.