Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 23, 2006 –
MillionDollarMosaicAd.Com (http://www.milliondollarmosaicad.com) was recently launched to help advertisers reach a quality customer base while reducing their business's costs and eco-footprint. Mom and Web designer, Danielle Boyer, is a part of a new generation of web advertisers, providing ad space to serve the greater good. She has created a site containing 50 million dollars of advertising space grouped into subject classifications based upon our current lifestyles. They include classified pages for Phones, Real Estate, Lawyers, Banking, Accountants, as well as Artists, MyPets, MyIdeas, Home, Seniors, and Valentines. Not only will the site serve a good cause, it will stand as a unique snapshot of both commerce and culture.
Busy people who need to both reach for and advertise business on the web can improve that access by using a classified public pixel ad space site. The service from MillionDollarMosaicAd.Com (http://www.milliondollarmosaicad.com) offers pixel ad space in 50 classified categories. There are approximately a million pixels on each page; therefore, each page has the potential to earn a million dollars. Altogether the fifty pages offer approximately 50 million pixels to be sold at $1 U.S/Pixel. Pixels are sold in unit blocks. Each unit is made up of 10 x 10 pixels = 100 pixels = 1 Unit block. The smallest pixel ad space is 1 Unit Wide x 1 Unit High.
Over time, each one of the 50 million-dollar pages will evolve into a unique web mosaic, an expression of our culture and of our humanity in communications, arts, and commerce, for others to see in centuries to come. The public web mosaic of advertising, art, and commerce is designed to increase web traffic to websites. Pixel ad purchases will be online for five years, and include; a link to a website of the advertiser's choice, a choice of image icon, a roll over title and a choice placement among the fifty classified ad pages to choose from.
However MillionDollarMosaicAd.Com pages are not just intended to provide pixel ad space. The project is designed to help advertisers make their businesses more sustainable and reduce their ecological footprint by making it easy for them to turn to virtual space and turn away from using the dwindling resources of our fragile earth. Ecological footprint was coined in 1992 by William Rees, a Canadian ecologist. It's designed to provide a frame for analyzing how enterprises utilize resources across the economy.
Boyer believes her site will help business owners see the value in using virtual space to grow their businesses while making their businesses better ecological stewards. Not only is the Internet a new marketing world, it's a good way for businesses to shrink their ecological footprint.
As part of its mission, milliondollarmosaicad.com will contribute ad space to publicly minded organizations.