A lot of companies cannot afford to pay such high prices for just one click and it is very easy to blow your entire advertising wad in just a few days or weeks using Google AdWords.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 7, 2009
Marshmellows Marketing Solutions today announced the launch of WeWearWetShirts.com.
WeWearWetShirts.com is quite simply the world's first sponsored wet shirt website, according to Peter Carey, president and co-founder of Marshmellows Marketing Solutions, L.L.C. It is also a great one-stop location for all of your wet t-shirt viewing needs.
"Our primary objective with this project is to give brands a new way to connect with consumers on mutually beneficial terms and to create a solution that lives on far beyond a media budget," said Carey. "We chose this platform as our flagship product to highlight the fact that we intend to act as a catalyst for change by introducing ideas that most people are not entirely familiar with yet."
There are a vast number of website owners in the world who are looking for new and better ways to drive traffic to their site, according to Carey, including legions of Google AdWords junkies who are now spending anywhere from $1 to $5 for a single click.
"A lot of companies cannot afford to pay such high prices for just one click and it is very easy to blow your entire advertising wad in just a few days or weeks using Google AdWords," said Carey. "That is another reason why we came up with WeWearWetShirts.com as an opportunity to drive an unlimited amount of traffic to a sponsor's website for a single lifetime price."
Initial corporate sponsors of the new site will include gaming, dating, music, movie, video, photo, news and sports sites as well as various other men's portal and product sites, according to Carey. Bloggers will be able to promote their sites as well.
WeWearWetShirts.com allows companies to purchase a lifetime sponsorship of a wet t-shirt photograph for the one-time price of $999.00. The site is currently taking orders and will feature one new photo per day starting January 1, 2010.