The “Billion Letters Boy” Hopes to Become a Millionaire by Collecting Letters From the Alphabet on His Homepage

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A freshly graduated 23-year-old student is hoping to earn some extra money to pay for his living expenses – and become a millionaire in the process - by collecting billions of letters from the alphabet on his homepage and selling ads to advertisers. is a place on the internet where the thinking of the entire world is collected and expressed in a unified collective way. It’s like a giant book with millions of authors where their united thinking is expressed as a single entity.

Marko Sekardi from Slovenia, who just graduated in economics and business management, has launched with the ultimate goal to connect the entire world into one unified thought. People from all over the world can come to his site and contribute ONE and ONLY ONE vote for the next letter from the alphabet on his homepage. After a predetermined number of votes, the letter that received the most votes will be written down on the homepage, and the voting for the next letter will begin.

By writing letters in this way, the end product will represent a story written by billions of people from all over the world. A simple letter at the right place and time could probably influence the others to write something completely different. It would be like a book with millions of authors where the united thinking of all the people is expressed as a single entity.

Marko hopes that the concept of creating a homepage where every letter is voted for by thousands of people across the globe will make his site one of the most popular on the web. “I think the idea of having a homepage with content that is written by the entire world, where every letter was collectively chosen by thousands of people before it was written down, is interesting enough to capture people’s imaginations,” said Marko.

Marko hopes that the traffic generated by people’s curiosity and their willingness to vote for letters will be enough to add value to the advertising space on his homepage.

“If this turns out to catch people’s attention, then the advertising space on my homepage will have value – and consequently companies will buy ads and place their logos and images on the homepage,” said Marko.

If his business idea succeeds, Marko will invest the money into the marketing of his site and will hopefully be left with some extra cash in his pockets too. “After paying the expenses for my web site and my monthly bills, I’d like to travel the world,” said Marko.

Find out more about Marko Sekardi and his creative business idea at

Contact: Marko Sekardi
+386 (0)30 620 464

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