What made the Pixel adBoard successful are our sustainable sources of traffic for our advertisers
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Hong Kong, China (PRWEB) September 19, 2006
ChinaDotCom.biz, a Hong Kong based B2B portal stimulating business between China’s enterprises and merchants from all over the world, announced today launch of a new credit monitor program called ‘CheckSure’ for all members to check whether their customers or suppliers have got involved into any law suits in Hong Kong and thus help them minimize business risks. Unlike the similar services provided by other credit reporting professionals, CreditCheck is free for all members.
“We are pleased to present this unique program to all members in order to help them assess the possible financial risks of their counter parties. Risks are unavoidable no matter where you conduct business, particularly when dealing with foreign companies about which you have no prior knowledge. CheckSure will help you measure these risks with fast and reliable information from our huge court record database,” said Stephanie Fung, Product Development Manager of ChinaDotCom.biz. “The database of CheckSure collects over 3,500,000 civil litigation records from the court houses in Hong Kong. We’ll enrich the database with more court records from other provinces of China in the near future.”
ChinaDotCom.biz also announced that it became the first online B2B portal to integrate the pixel-advertising on their homepage. “It is our aim to provide advertisers with an economically viable advertising model to promote their business. We think that pixel-advertising, which was conceived by MillionDollarHomepage.com last year, is a brilliant idea to offer the entrepreneurs an alternative way of advertising their ads at the lowest prices. Our new product ‘Pixel adBoard’ contains 285,000 pixels. The minimum purchase is $100, which buys one 10x10 pixel square (100 pixels) on the Pixel adBoard grid. Advertiser may purchase as many available pixels as he likes and design an image with a slogan which will be displayed on them, and also decides a URL which he wants them to link to. All ads will be online for 3 years. Being equivalent to about $30 per year for a pixel square appears to be very competitive in the B2B marketplaces,” said Fung.
Despite the Pixel adBoard having only been online for 8 days, Fung has already sold over 15,000 pixels to new advertisers as well as registered members. “What made the Pixel adBoard successful are our sustainable sources of traffic for our advertisers,” she commented. “As a global B2B portal, we’ve already developed a sizeable membership base. There are over 500,000 products categories and trade leads on our website which will keep visitors returning, and more importantly, most visitors are ready to buy. The advertisers on the Pixel adBoard may be rest assured that their ads will deliver targeted traffic to them. I think this will mostly appeal to businesses.”
ChinaDotCom.biz was formerly known as Hong Kong Financial Consultancy Limited engaged in publication of industry directories since 1997. Though it has been online since May 2006, it has already got over 230,000 registered members from all over the world. It is not only an ordinary B2B portal but also a provider of various business solutions for entrepreneurs.
Find out more about ChinaDotCom.biz at http://www.chinadotcom.biz