Escondido, CA (PRWEB) February 3, 2006
“Buy a pixel on http://www.youllbefamous.com/ and brace yourself for an onslaught of website traffic,” Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, known as The Marketing MD, announced today.
Woo-Ming is an authority on Internet strategies and a widely sought-after speaker and expert trainer at Internet marketing events and conferences.
“’You’ll Be Famous’ still has pixels available. It’s similar to http://www.milliondollarhomepage.com/, which is now sold out. ‘You’ll Be Famous’ is a chance for merchants to get in on the ground floor of a proven cutting-edge technology,” he said.
One million pixels (those tiny dots that make up a computer screen) are being sold to online merchants and, when the grid is complete, the finished “mosaic” of logos and taglines will be reproduced to a full-page ad in USA Today, which boasts 3.5 million subscribers worldwide.
“We are seeing insane amounts of traffic to our servers and are ranked prominently in Google,” said Woo-Ming.
“To advertise like this is beyond the reach of most folks,” explains Dr. Mike, as he is known by his students and colleagues. Dr. Mike is committed to teaching people how to create and maintain profitable businesses using cutting edge Internet marketing campaigns and strategies. “You’ll Be Famous” is his most recent campaign launched together with Internet technology expert Ted Ehr.
This kind of site is the latest in website traffic generation.
The two Internet marketers are determined to catapult their customers’ websites for maximum online and offline exposure. Woo-Ming’s San Diego-based company produces over 60 information products on more than 250 websites.
Pixels sell for $1 each, but since one pixel is too small for a logo or ad to show up well, advertisers purchase a minimum of 100 pixels. In the end the site will represent all types of companies--Laser Eye Surgery, Golf Instruction and Ask the Doctor to name a few.
Merchants say they will get more bang for their buck after the one-time cost to buy the pixels because the site will be maintained for 5 years.
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