The EntreWiki is based on a highly powerful business model that allows the advertisers to come together as a community and benefit from community marketing and advertising.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 25, 2007
Zedomax Network, a Web 2.0 Company based out of San Francisco, has just launched a new website for Entrepreneurs called EntreWiki.com.
The EntreWiki is a new Web 2.0 Directory of Business Ideas where entrepreneurs and companies can advertise their businesses such as a franchise, business plan, start-up business, or any business that can help someone to start a new business.
Instead of spending $10,000 on a full page ad in National Paper Magazines such as the Entrepreneur and Small Business Opportunities, the EntreWiki offers a unique way to bring continuous growth of traffic from entrepreneurs and people who are looking to start a new business.
EntreWiki targets a focused niche group of entrepreneurs and people who are interested in starting a new business. They offers 15 years of online and offline advertising at just one hundred dollars with one-time free advertisement creative conversion to Wiki text.
The EntreWiki team will "convert" an advertisement creative, normally submitted to a National Paper Magazine (in Photoshop format), into a Wiki markup language. Basically, they make an offline advertisement to be visible online, easily searched by search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN, and AOL.
Once an advertisement has been converted to a Wiki page, EntreWiki pings the advertisement page all over the blogsphere and the internet through Web 2.0 technologies like RSS, Blogs, and Social Networks like Digg and StumbleUpon, further enhancing the ad's visibility on the internet.
As EntreWiki's database of business ideas grow, the advertisement page-owners will benefit from the on-growing web traffic and visitors who come through Google search terms related with each advertisement page's content.
With the revenue generated from all the advertisement pages, EntreWiki will re-invest the money back into offline magazine advertising in such magazines as Entrepreneur, Small Business Opportunities, Home Business, and etc….
Once a Wiki-converted advertisement page goes live, page-owners can also edit their pages, add photos, YouTube videos, RSS Feeds, GoogleMaps, or anything that can be done with a Wiki page. A page on the EntreWiki can be edited just as easily as a user would edit a page in Wikipedia.
The company's goal is to become the largest online database for business ideas for entrepreneurs and anyone who's trying to start a new business.
The EntreWiki is created by Zedomax Network, the creators of the One Buck Wiki and the Five Dollar Wiki. They are a new Start-up company composed of several moonlighters that work out of an apartment to create the next Internet marketing tool using the latest Web 2.0 technologies such as Wikis, Blogs, and Social Networks.
"The EntreWiki is based on a highly powerful business model that allows the advertisers to come together as a community and benefit from community marketing and advertising."
The EntreWiki has just launched its beta stage and they have millions of unclaimed advertisement pages where the user can choose their own words or phrases such as "Franchises", "Dry Cleaning" or "Window Cleaning".
Advertisement pages are up for grabs at $100 while the company is still doing some beta-testing but prices will go up as their web traffic grows. With the EntreWiki, businesses can buy an advertisement page that will multiply in value and bring more traffic automatically with growth of the website itself.
Even with all the business magazines and directories available today, there has not been a Web 2.0 revolution in the online Business Ideas and Opportunities market until the EntreWiki.
While it makes to sense to advertise in National Magazines, a hundred dollar investment to this new Web2.0 Business Idea Directory could prove to be pivotal for many small businesses who can't spend $10,000 on advertising.
For more information visit EntreWiki FAQ at http://EntreWiki.com.