Houston, TX, March 17, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- A Houston inventor, frustrated with the rising cost of fueling his vehicle, has created www.GasMoneyToolbar.com, which provides a way for consumers to gain gas money to offset rising gas prices. The free downloadable gas money toolbar provides drivers with the opportunity for gas money to offset the rising cost of fueling up as they surf the web.
“Consumers aren’t aware of the power of their attention and corporations haven’t taken full advantage of the public relations of publicly helping consumers with the current gas cost problem. Says, Orin Roberson of TypoBounty.com, sister site of GasMoneyToolbar.com.
At GasMoneyToolbar.com, consumers use the power of their observation skills to gain gas money by reporting to website owners instances of specified types of errors on their webs properties. Companies can offer small monetary rewards to consumers for finding common errors such as misspelled words, grammatical errors, incorrect punctuation, etc.
Consumers essentially trade what retailers want “their attention” for what the consumer wants “a shot at gas money”. Retailers and corporations essentially trade the consumer the opportunity to gain gas money for their undivided attention, time, and appreciation. This is a great advertising, marketing and public relations coup for business.
When consumers combine the benefits of gaining gas money via GasMoneyToolbar.com with the low gas price search ability of websites like GasBuddy.com and conduct various necessary tasks online, the effects of high gas prices on the household budget can be curtailed significantly.
Participating retailers and website owners gain the perfection of their web properties and the attention of millions of appreciative consumers. It’s a great public relations move for businesses and websites that are consumer supported. Consumers are able to find some gas price relief they need.
Companies have benefited in the publics eye in the past by donating to charities and other humanitarian concerns. This is no different. Coping with high gas prices is a public need and companies are in a unique position to benefit from helping consumers take on this very real assault on the household budget.
The downloadable toolbar interfaces with TypoBounty.com and it is free to use as well.