There is no place like home for the World Wide Web
The World Wide Web has its own home page on the internet - 16 years after its inception - thanks to the efforts of 2 Birmingham based business men. Trevor Tierney and Dave Pottinger spent 10 months creating the www.worldwidewebhomepage.com - a website that acts as a global shop window for businesses.
These businesses gain a distinct advantage over millions of websites currently in existence on the web. “The World Wide Web Homepage is in essence, a map of the World”, commented Trevor. “It has many features with unlimited online marketing avenues. These avenues will contribute towards the continued ongoing promotion of the World Wide Web homepage and its advertisers.”
The Homepage is split into 3 advertising sections - Home, Charity and Standard. The map of the world on the Home page is divided into 4,000 plot purchases, personalised with location names. Plot Purchasers are able to promote the fact they have purchased locations - such as London, Paris or Rome on the World Wide Web - as well as drive traffic to their websites and gain exposure for their businesses.
The Charity page allows Companies to donate proceeds to 30 selected charitable causes, in turn promoting their own Company on a worldwide platform. Divided into 3 sections, they cover Charities, Good Causes and Worthy Projects. The Standard page allows a plot within a map of the world to be purchased up to 5 times – allowing small business to advertise and be part of the homepage of the World Wide Web.
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