A win-win idea



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Alwen

Guest
Hi,Excuse me for interrupting you. I'm Alwen King,As a pursuer of "grid
economy", I am very appreciated with its originality. I think "grid
economy" will be a totally new advertising mode during Web 2.0 days.
Therefore, I also prepare a website "www.virtualchristmas.net" to have
a try.

Maybe you'll ask "Why should I buy your grid(1 grid = 20x20 pixels)?"
You will have an image and a link to your site on my site that could
potentially be seen by millions of people who are curious about Virtual
Christmas, and curious about who have bought the grid and what they put
on the grid, so that they will click to find out themselves.

The site will be online for 5 years guaranteed (at least until November
25 2010), however the aim is to keep the site online forever.The idea
is to create something of an internet time capsule: a homepage that is
unique and permanent. Everything on the internet keeps changing so
fast, it will be nice to have something that stays solid and permanent
for many years. You can be a part of that!

You could help our website operate continuously and attract more
curious people to visit "Virtual Christmas".Meanwhile, it will help
your website to get lots of visitors in an endless stream.It is really
a win-win idea.

Buy a grid and put in your favorites, share with everyone a happy
Christmas!
 
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Goomba38

Guest
Alwen wrote:
> Hi,Excuse me for interrupting you. I'm Alwen King,As a pursuer of "grid
> economy", I am very appreciated with its originality. I think "grid
> economy" will be a totally new advertising mode during Web 2.0 days.
> Therefore, I also prepare a website


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