Livonia, MI (PRWEB) February 19, 2006
In less than 10 days, with no advertising except word of mouth, the new website is grabbing the attention of thousands of online users, including celebrities.
The site addresses two long time problems in the profile community: lack of traffic to the average user’s profile and the ability to stand out in the crowd. David Hoekzema and Clinton Nauseda discover a new twist in internet networking that solves the dilemma.
"There are millions of profiles on the web; the purpose of a profile is to be noticed. So how do you stand out among millions?”
The twist uses “exclusive space” for its users. In building MyPixelProfiles.com, the architects are utilizing a system that will bring more attention to the average person by limiting the amount of space and time a profile will be online. By providing people a thirty day window and reducing the amount of profiles on the site the user is able to generate traffic that they may never have received, helping network with new people and friends.
Celebrities, including comedians, models, actors and musicians, are immediately recognizing the site’s ability to help build relationships with their fans. MyPixelProfiles.com allows celebrities and internet users alike “exclusive space” to help drive traffic to themselves, at the same time giving the average user a chance at their “15 minutes of fame.”
“If you’ve ever created a profile online to get noticed, you find yourself just as anonymous as before you got started. By using adopted pixel technology we provide a convenient way for internet users to upload profiles and drive traffic to themselves.” says Hoekzema.
The site’s best feature links all profile networks (MySpace, Yahoo!, MSN, etc.), freeing users from re-registering or creating new profiles. This results in instant fun and gratification. Other features include live chat, forums, internet radio, fun games, videos, and pictures.
"I spent a lot of hours creating profiles on different sites, I like this site because it lets me see profiles from all of them, and there's cool stuff on there too" said 29 year old Evan Schulz.
Allowing users to link to all profile communities, MyPixelProfiles.com generates more traffic to the profile networks, encouraging new users to sign up for their services.
“We have condensed online profiling down to the ultimate fundamental, the face. Go to the page, click on a face, start networking,” says Nauseda.
The site has taken off so fast that state grids are being created to allow users to add themselves to a more localized section of the website. This will also allow advertisers a way to advertise locally in their own state.
For additional information about MyPixelProfiles.com, contact David Hoekzema or visit http://www.mypixelprofiles.com.
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