Happiness does not consist in pastimes and amusements but in virtuous activities. - Aristotle
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
General Motors cancelled their Ads this week on Facebook. "Narcissists do not make for good customers," says co-founder Jimmy Taylor. Mozyup and its advertisers use performance based ads. You buy and Mozyup receives a commission on the purchase and in-turn passes 50% of its net-profits to 40 charities every year. The members call the shots on Mozyup and decide where best the Mozyup Philanthropy is utilized."
A recent study by Western Illinois University cited that most of the FB users are suffering from socially aggressive narcissism.
Unlike Facebook, Mozyup empowers every day individuals who have a social and environmental conscience but little time to do much about it.
"If you could cause change with your web presence alone would you do it? Does making positive social change in the world move you? If so, Mozyup wants you to join their gathering for social awareness in a new way premised on the Edelman Good Purpose Study. We don't need your money. Your web presence alone will make it happen. It's that easy," says co-founder Jimmy Taylor.
These Members are making their web presence count for something good by using their web presence alone to benefit humanity. The User may participate in helping Mozyup decide, where best their philanthropy is served in local communities around the world and their efforts cost the user nothing more than their normal social activities.
"Mozyup has no doubt changed the landscape in social networking as they take networking to a higher level of engagement they build up the user's self esteem and give older adults purpose when on the site. They have purpose and it's not to enrich themselves or promote narcissism among its users. We are here to stay," says co-founder Jimmy Taylor. "The Edelman Good Purpose Study confirms the Mozyup Business Model holds to be correct as most people feel the same way about the social and environmental awareness issues all of us see each day."