There are literally thousands of wonderful charitable organizations who do outstanding work, but may need new avenues to get their message across. DVDVideoSoft is offering free advertising to these companies as a thank you for their wonderful work.
(PRWEB) March 30, 2009
DVDVideoSoft, a leading developer of free multimedia software and helpful tutorials, announces it is offering free advertising space for charity and non-profit organizations on its popular Web site.
Since its inception in 2006, DVDVideoSoft has become synonymous with offering detailed and helpful guides and tutorials relating to a variety of video and audio tasks. But as their popularity grew, so did their services. DVDVideoSoft is now considered a leader in developing free multimedia software for video and audio processing.
Today, http://www.dvdvideosoft.com has approximately 200,000 visitors per day, which can mean remarkable visibility for social institutions such as educational organizations, environmental defense funds, social safety net funds, welfare funds and other charitable groups that are out to make the world a better place.
A spokesperson for DVDVideoSoft said the company has an undivided belief that: “There are literally thousands of wonderful charitable organizations who do outstanding work, but may need new avenues to get their message across. DVDVideoSoft is offering free advertising to these companies as a thank you for their wonderful work.”
While DVDVideoSoft salutes everyone that get involved in philanthropy causes, DVDVideoSoft can only accepts inquiries for advertising only from social organizations and not from private individuals without exceptions.
All the inquiries are accepted for consideration at support(at)dvdvideosoft.com
About the DVDVideoSoft
DVDVideoSoft (http://dvdvideosoft.com), a developer of free multimedia software for video and audio processing, was founded at the end of 2006. In the beginning it offered only guides and tips related to various video and audio editing tasks. Today DVDVideoSoft is more than just an internet resource dedicated to multimedia software guides and tutorials as it offers 20 clearly free applications, which run under XP and Vista.