Larkspur, California (PRWEB) January 2, 2006
Michael Murdock, CEO of DocMurdock and formerly of Pixar Animation Studios and Sun Microsystems has jumped on the Pixel Grid bandwagon with a twist.
“Why should just the website holder benefit from the dollars invested? Why not the business owners…and a charity”. So what Murdock is doing is taking the pixel advertisement to a new level. For everyone who invests in advertising on his site at http://www.mmacs.com/ whether it’s 100 pixels or a 1000 pixels, he will take a portion of those proceeds and donate them to a local charity in your town in your name and the name of your business (if you have one). Additionally he’ll use the resources of PRWEB to push out press releases to the world telling them about your business, your donation, your charity, and your website so that everyone benefits from your investment.
I wanted to find a way to give back to help people, and in this time of the New Year approaching, why not start off 2006 on a good footnote of giving back to help others in a big way.
The way this works is you get on the Internet and go to: http://www.mmacs.com/ and click the LOGIN LINK once you’re there. You’ll be asked to create an account and a verification email will be sent to you to confirm your email address. All of this in the interest of ensuring we’re connected so that we can take care of our promise of press releases and charity donations.
When your payment has been processed we will accept your image and it will be placed on the grid for all to see. The smallest unit you can purchase is 100 pixels or ONE GRID BLOCK.
This website will be online for at least the next 5 years. There are no plans to take it down. It’s submitted to search engines regularly and you’ll be part of Internet history.
Additionally we’ll be emailing you to ensure we get the right charity and to request information about you and/or your business to submit in the press release as promised.
Thanks in advance for all of your contributions to this cause. There are a lot of people out there who will be helped by this gesture. It’s only a beginning.