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Jigsad.com: New Pixel Ad Site that Lets You Advertise on a Huge Jigsaw


Peshawar, Pakistan, September 02, 2006 --(PR.com)-- Move over pixel advertising site jigsad.com has taken the pixel ad concept of a 21 years old british boy, Alex Tew's milliondollarhomepage.com, a step ahead by introducing advertisment on a huge jigsaw puzzle comprising of 2000 plus puzzle pieces.

On JigsAd at www.jigsad.com, the homepage consist of a huge 1021x1021 pixel jigsaw puzzle made up of 2601 puzzle pieces. Each puzzle piece' size is 20X20 pixel. An advertiser can purchase as many puzzle pieces as he/she wants to with the minimum number of purchase to one puzzle piece displaying an advertising image linking to the client's website.

Usman, creator of the website and the originator of the idea along with the help of his cousin, Ayaz , believed the originality of the idea to be roof touching and in turn making the site attractive for advertiser, decided to create this site and hence jigsad was born.

"The goal is to complete the jigsaw puzzle. The more the pieces purchased, more part of the puzzle that will be completed", says Usman, "As a result will give further boost to the ranking of an advertisers' site on Search Engines and directories".

A user after making a purchase follows three easy steps: i.e. Download puzzle Frames available on the site in a flash format consisting of frames to all available puzzle shapes, crop their advertising image with the help of the frame(s) that fits the puzzle piece(s) he/she purchased and finally, upload ad image through the "upload ad image" section on the site. Along with puzzle pieces, the site also offers a 30x30 pixel box advertising.

Prices Vary between puzzle piece and pixel box. A lifetime purchase to a regular 20x20 puzzle piece costs USD $30 (0.075$ per pixel) and in case of a 30x30 pixel box, USD $50 (0.055$ per pixel), making it affordable for people everywhere to advertise with them.

Background information:
Muhammad Usman Khan is currently a Bachelors of Computer Science(BCS) student at Edwardes College Peshawar and his cousin Ayaz is an Engineering student at Edwardes College Peshawar.

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