Website Monetization Service Rikimu Declares War on Child Abuse, Thirst

Share Article, a website and domain name monetization service, furthers its philanthropic reach by announcing partnerships with two new charities.

By automatically donating a percentage of every payable action that occurs on websites using its service, Rikimu's Crowd Care program has contributed aggressively to a growing number of charities since it was founded in January 2013.

Two charities are being announced as active participants in the Crowd Care program.

The Water School is committed to providing clean water for families in Africa by teaching them long-term methods for purifying water.

Angels in the Outfield works to combat child abuse in America, and is based in Portland, OR. Added Linda Serres, Executive Director of Angels in the Outfield, "Thanks to the support of Rikimu, The Angels in the Outfield will be helping even more children who are victims of crime and child abuse take the next step in their long road to recovery."

By automatically contributing a percentage of its profit from every payable action on all hosted websites and domain names, Rikimu has quickly built itself into a premier destination for online entrepreneurs who want to earn more passive income and make a difference at the same time.

Since the donations are taken out of company profit, users and publishers can enjoy top tier revenue options from advertising providers all over the world. Rikimu is focused on streamlining its advertisement distribution platform so that users may continue to scale their own businesses.

Rikimu's suite of services includes domain name parking, website monetization through affiliate marketing, pay-per-click earnings, and CPM (cost-per-thousand impressions). In addition, they also offer no cost domain name and website sales -- meaning any domain name parked on the Rikimu system will receive free personalized brokerage, and no cost transaction security for deals under $500 by Rikimu's verified transaction partner,

Rikimu Co-Founder Jakob Knightly explains, "After years of working with enterprise users and entrepreneurs to scale their ad businesses, one of the most important tenets of our service has become our Crowd Care feature. We are ecstatic about the growth in donations we've seen over the past quarter and we're excited to continue to help make a difference."

Based in Luxembourg, with offices in Portland, OR and San Jose, CA, Rikimu was founded in January 2013 by Jakob Knightly and Michael Marcus, and served over 150 million advertisements in Q1, 2013.

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