Burton on Trent, UK (PRWEB) February 21, 2006
Young 17-year-old Billy Cotton launched Sitespin.net a little under a month ago now, so he could have an extra bit of money to spend socially instead of all of it going on his education expenses.
Sitespin is a web site randomizer where other sites can buy a piece of the action for just 1 USD. Sitespin may look like a low-key online destination, but with such burning entrepreneurial ambition behind it, who knows how long it will be until that major, Google-style IPO takes everyone by surprise?
Billy Cotton explains: "The website is going excellent, our unique hits have increased just a little over 200% in the past week. Also we have a new design which has increased site interactivity.
A completely new category feature has been added aswell - which helps send targeted traffic to the investors websites, which in-turn helps them generate more profit. We have been having websites pay up to $75 for a space on Sitespin, we are expecting some websites to contribute more then $100 each in the coming days."
An enthusiastic Billy reports that webmasters are "going mad over the idea." Just clicking on the testimonial page on the site allows visitors to see some comments such as:
"An amazing idea that performs extremely well for the price. I have gained lots of new visitors and plan to submit more sites to SiteSpin. Thank you." -Scott Kihlberg (family-guy.co.uk)
"After visiting Sitespin, I was intrigued by the simplicity of the idea. It proved that it was more than a simple sight, a genius idea in terms of marketing a site! This is one of the best ideas I have come across on the internet by a college student." -Digital Potraits
"The simplicity and originality of Site Spin work to the Web site’s advantage - my website is already feeling the benefits of this innovative, cost-effective and novel approach to web-marketing." -Niall Gilding (N-Galaxy.com)
Many of the sites are clamouring to be the top investor with their link on his home page. Cotton needs a few more investors to be playing major league with the 'big boys,' but in a community where the likes of Claire Swire can become famous for sending a dodgy email or the Arctic Monkeys can build a massive fan base after putting their unsigned music on the internet, anything can happen, and sometimes does.
For more information please go to http://www.sitespin.net