Carson City, NV (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
Many people worldwide are unemployed because they do not have the basic computer skills to work in the modern job market. Without a job it is difficult to overcome the problem. Yes, there are computer courses available, but without a job, where do people get the money to pay for such courses? Smart Media Technologies offers the solution at no cost to anyone anywhere in the world through Home Page Pays, a program that installs on any browser in under 3 seconds and offers a full library of video computer courses.
10 years ago it was OK not to have computer skills but today it could even cost employees their current job. According to BBC "MI5 is ditching staff who lack computer skills in a programme of compulsory and voluntary redundancies."
Computer illiteracy is a worldwide problem and according to a report from consultancy firm Booz & Company about 16 million people in the UK lack basic online skills which they defined as
these basic skills as:
Using a search engine
Sending and receiving emails
Completing online applications
Accessing information online.
When officials in Oahu, Hawaii, projected the local unemployment picture they did an assessment of the state’s online jobs program and found that: 60 percent of job-seekers “do not have adequate computer skills or access to the Internet and have difficulty in navigating HireNet Hawaii on their own.”
According to NBC News corespondent Dan Corcoran"In this technology-driven world, many job seekers cannot navigate their way through the application process, let alone land a steady job."
Unlike other job skills computer programs and the Internet are constantly evolving and it is not feasible for most people to keep paying for computer classes not to mention the inconvenience and cost of commuting to the classroom. Smart Media Technologies is a strong proponent of computer literacy and that is why they started offering their services for free rather than charging for them as they had done previously. Thanks to SMT's generosity everyone can afford to learn how to use the computer and the Internet. Users of HPP also have additional benefits from using it such as being able to win cash and prizes just for being online.
Schools and Educators can also use the system to supplement their own training programs by purchasing their own branded system to give to their students which comes with a complete live communication system for them to communicate directly with their students that they can give away. The organization would earn money from advertisers whenever their students are online just like the students do even though the students never pay to use it.
While there is never more than one ad showing on HPP the system owner or the user can choose to hide and/or remove it with the click of the mouse. While they won't earn anything if they do the option is available. While advertising is what allows SMT to keep HPP free there are still millions of people willing to keep it on for all the benefits they get from having it on.
About Smart Media Technologies
Smart Media Technologies is a world-class technology company that has developed proprietary technology called “Home Page Pays” (HPP) which is set to revolutionize the Internet world. HPP works on any computer or browser and no technical experience is required. This platform offers the user dynamic free services and products combined with the very best digital branding and advertising services that are available online.
Users have access to the HPP Social Community, which includes the latest Communication features, Social and Educational Games, Educational Video Libraries, Prizes, Giveaways, a Top Sites window to the Internet that puts the very best of the Internet at the users fingertips and the world’s only Reward Points System where users earn points for simply using the Internet that they can redeem in the HPP online rewards store."
CEO David Martin says; "Through creativity and our amazing technical team, we can do almost anything that we can dream. Our goal is to offer the most valuable free member system ever created."