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An innovative site that offers businesses an affordable alternative to advertising by directly linking keywords to a particular website has just sold their 10,000th word and has directed over 25,000 people to smaller online websites, since launching in August 2008.

An innovative website that offers businesses an alternative to costly advertising via a fun and unique concept of linking keywords to business websites has, in just 3-months, sold their 10,000th word and to-date has directed over 25,000 users to smaller online companies from their business directory.

www.ProjectWORD.co.uk was launched in August 2008 and is the brainchild of Shropshire-based young entrepreneurs Jamie Delo and Sophia Luisada, who thought up the concept whilst studying Computer Science and Design Management at University.

For a one-off fee of £1.00 per word, users are able to buy keywords and link them to their website, gaining traffic and ultimately increasing the chance of smaller companies being found on Google.

Project WORD has an ever-increasing amount of unique visitors’ month-on-month; so far successfully linking more than 25,000 people to a website listed in their online Business Directory.

The website offers free online business cards; ideal for companies without a website and a business search engine for consumers to scroll through and find a suitable company to match their requirements.

A free Business and Marketing Forum has just been launched on the site, providing tips and responding to any business or marketing related queries, with the aim of helping small companies without the budget for professional advice, to survive against big competitors.

Jamie Delo, co-founder of ProjectWORD.co.uk said;

“We are really excited about how well the project has taken off and we are thrilled that we have directed thousands of people to websites that would usually get lost within Google.

“Selling our 10,000th word in such a short space of time is a great achievement for us and we’re constantly on the look-out for new and exciting ways to develop and improve Project WORD.”

To date, Project WORD has received national and extensive levels of key trade coverage and the project is well on its way to creating a business dictionary.

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Editors Notes:

For more information or to arrange an interview with someone from the Project WORD team, contact Emma, 10 Yetis Public Relations Agency, Emma@10yetis.co.uk, 01452 348211

Project WORD was originally launched in May 2008, with a new and updated version launched in August 2008.

Owner Jamie Delo (22 yrs) and his business partner Sophia Luisada (20yrs), both based in Shropshire, have a history of computer science and design management.

Project WORD is based around a fun and innovative concept of linking keywords to a website

Keywords cost £1.00 per word and exclusive to that buyer. The keyword ‘belongs’ to that buyer for life.

www.projectword.co.uk

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