AUSTRALIA (RUSHPRNEWS) December 12 2007 – In the constantly evolving world of Web 2.0 â€œmash-upsâ€ some very interesting and exciting web sites have emerged driven by seemingly endless possibility and opportunity, and this one is no different. Think of a common hub where eBay sellers can market their items whilst YouTube videos are posted and Facebook pokes are published. Think of billboards filled with undiscovered online friends and interesting new places to discover. Now think “SponsoredOnline”.
SponsoredOnline evolves the concept of traditional Million Dollar Web sites by introducing Web 2.0 technologies specifically designed for users of eBay, YouTube and social networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook and Second Life. Replacing the notion of buying pixels, advertisers sponsor â€˜postersâ€™ marketing their site, trade, wares, videos or social networking pages, some from as little as $1 per poster.
The site also offers a â€˜voting arenaâ€™ for discussion of â€˜importantâ€™ life topics and a health challenge for anyone looking to lose weight or quit smoking.
SponsoredOnline is a refreshing change from the myriad of Million Dollar Web sites that have appeared over the last couple of years and rightfully so – the site has 2 years of development invested in whatâ€™s become an easy to use, interactive Web 2.0 advertising site that caters for almost every Internet user.
â€œI wanted a site that would benefit everyone, not just big businessâ€ commented Ashley, 33, proud husband of a â€˜very patientâ€™ wife, father of identical twins and owner of both a mortgage and a â€˜general lack of moneyâ€™. And itâ€™s that general lack of money that created SponsoredOnline – to help pay for the mortgage and create a proper financial portfolio for his family.
As SponsoredOnline has only just been released content is relatively sparse – this is sure to change quickly, however, once word begins to spread and the â€˜platinum-rushâ€™ begins.
Find out more about SponsoredOnline and the search for 10,000 platinum sponsors at
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