Lancaster, United Kingdom, May 25, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- When Alex Tews unwittingly invented the pixel advertising system through his website milliondollarhomepage.com, he set the ball rolling for a radical shift in thinking about Internet advertising. Many sites sprung up, making similar offers, each trying to distinguish itself with one small twist or the other, hoping that will make all the difference.
Most of these sites are a shadow today, just eight months after the Tew phenomenon began. A couple of them however have done exactly what Tews did - setting off another radical shift in thinking to create a phenomenon of their own.
One of these sites which was launched on the 23rd of May, 2006, promises to really take the industry by storm, and that is: http://www.cashcowpixelfolders.com
Cashcowpixelfolders.com solves one major problem associated with pixel sites - their lack of a target audience, by classifying all sites into separate pixel pages just the same way a web directory would do - only that the final page lists sites in a category as a pixel page.
Perhaps the biggest engine for explosive growth of the cashcowpixelfolders.com website is that it is driven by a 10 tier multilevel sale commission incentive for people to list their sites and for visitors to visit the cashcowpixelfolders.com website. Pixel ad life is a renewable 30 day period and the system makes provision for commission inheritance for purchasers of expired pixel ad spaces.
With a first level commission of 40% of the price of any pixel ad sold through a link from cashcowpixelfolders.com, and nine subsequent pixel-ad sale commission income levels (tier-2 >9%, tier-3 >8%, tier-4 >7%, tier-5 >6%, tier-6 > 5%, tier-7 >4% , tier-8 >3%, tier-9 >2%, tier-10 >1 %), fraud deterring daily e-gold payments of commissions, Cashcowpixelfolders.com seems to have set itself miles ahead of the pack and appears ready to make an impact in the industry.