Columbia, MO (PRWEB) September 9, 2008
Grade Genie today released a statement related to the first two weeks of its official website launch. The statistics on the growth of the website surprised even top executives at Grade Genie.
"We launched GradeGenie.com in hopes to provide a service to students in universities who wanted to earn better grades. We knew that GradeGenie.com had potential, but within the past two weeks, even the Grade Genie Team has been shocked. We are confident that this growth will continue."
Grade Genie, two weeks ago released a statement about the official launch of GradeGenie.com. The official launch included the help of campus reps across the nation, building a network of representatives to help spread the website to different schools. Within two days of the launch, GradeGenie.com was featured in news publications across the United States, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and many other well-known news papers.
"Within the first two weeks of our launch, GradeGenie.com has reached over 115% growth," said site creator and student Cary Silverman. Grade Genie attributes the rapid exponential growth to the innovative design and user-interface that has been created. Beyond the design and user-interface, Grade Genie attributes some of the growth to the viral aspect of their promotions.
Grade Genie uses special promotions to create a user experience that initiates a viral environment. Through the main promotion launched by Grade Genie, users can compete for the most downloaded file. The 10 users that uploaded the most downloaded files win a $25 iTunes gift card. This has also proven to be a successful factor in the spread and extremely exponential growth of GradeGenie.com.
About Grade Genie:
GradeGenie.com was started in 2006 by a 19 year old student with a mission to offer a free environment conducive to learning through collaboration. GradeGenie.com is based out of Prairie Village, Kansas.