New, InternetUsersAgainstCancer.com Finds Way To Redirect Billions Of Dollars Into Cancer Fight, TypoDonations

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There’s a new way to fund the global fight against cancer that has just hit the internet. Internet users can give disposable income called TypoDonations to the cancer fight without feeling the financial pinch. Cancer charities need to start accepting TypoDonations.

funding available for the cancer fight is huge.

InternetUsersAgainstCancer.com has launched its movement and new website. The focus of the new movement is to fund the important work being done to fight cancer. In a difficult economy, cancer charities and cancer research organizations often experience a reduction in funding due to supporters tightening their belts.

Everyone hates cancer for what it does to women, men, children and families. It’s now possible for everyone to join the fight and help find the cure while supporting those organizations that fight it and its effects every day.

TypoDonations are internet based donations that supporters give as they report typographical errors they see online using the internet clean up websiteTypoBounty.com. Website owners pay for the errors found on their websites and supporters of cancer charities funnel that money directly to the charity of their choice and never feel the financial pinch.

Charities create a free charity account and provide their account number to their supporters. Charity supporters create free hunter/supporter accounts and link it to the charity’s account. As supporters make valid reports, the charity is funded. Charities with many supporters can basically get flooded with funding during good and bad economic times.

As internet users can tell, there are many typographical errors that exist online. A search engine was used to determine that the word “receive” is misspelled on 14,800,000 web pages. With an average pay out of $2.00 per valid report, that’s over $29,000,000 that could be used to fund the cancer fight. And that’s only one root word. Throw in punctuation errors, grammatical errors and others and the potential upside for cancer research funding is extremely attractive.

TypoBounty.com has a mission to get that money into the hands of those organizations fighting the dreaded disease. This video explains a bit more of how it works. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vR_2LHxqlco

“With the average payout for each reported error being $2 and with billions of typographical errors existing on the internet, funding available for the cancer fight is huge.” Says Andre Roberson, president of Internet Users Against Cancer and TypoBounty.com.

Organizations fighting breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer, testicular cancer, ovarian cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, and others can all benefit from this online movement.

InternetUsersAgainstCancer.com explains how individual internet users can join and begin giving TypoDonations to the cancer fight and is where cancer fighting organizations can learn how to receive TypoDonations. TypoBounty.com is the system that facilitates the reporting and funding features.

All cancer fighting groups are welcome to use the features of TypoBounty.com to support and fund their favorite cancer charities and organizations.

InternetUsersAgainstCancer.com seeks to partner with major cancer societies, charities and research organizations and get millions of internet users to participate in order to maximize the impact this new funding method can have on the cancer fight. Cancer charities need to start accepting TypoDonations.
This is a good way for cancer survivors, those affected by cancer and those that just want to help the cause to strike a daily blow against the disease.

Andre Roberson, President
855-355-8976 Ext. 701
Aroberson@ InternetUsersAgainstCancer.com
http://www.InternetUsersAgainstCancer.com    
http://www.typobounty.com

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