Kingston, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2013
The company expects to have its websites revisions completed before April 25. Every year, 2,000 children are reported missing. Unfortunately, this is not always a happy and
Get alerts as quickly as possible and in as many places as possible is the key to getting back the living. When two girls disappeared from their home in Polk County, electronic Amber Alerts were fired out across the state in minutes. The alerts were flashed on the bulletin boards of the road and more than 30,000 mailboxes. The alleged kidnappers were arrested in Orlando. The girls were found safe.
The good news is that the missing is much faster than ever before.
A conservative estimate provided by Business Insider, there are currently 644 million active site. If each site took just posted an image size of a thumbnail child disappeared in the FBI’s list of missing children, each image can be displayed 322,000 locations.
The top four or five cm of any given website is called “Above the Fold” because it is the part of the site which site visitor does not need to scroll to view it. Most commerce site regarding this area as prime real estate. Statistics actually show that very few people actually take the time to scroll the page. Many website owners, therefore, are reluctant to put anything that is not directly related to their activity in this area. However, a company can get a tax deduction for donating advertising space to a non-profit organization eligible. In addition, most people like to feel that companies they deal with have a Community interest. Therefore, the donation of any amount of advertising vignettes could bring more business opportunities.
The potential to display these photos is growing by leaps and bounds. According to VeriSign, in the last quarter of 2012, there were 225 million additional domain names worldwide. Each domain has the potential to play host to several websites. If only a small fraction of these sites could be used as decorative panels, kidnapping and child abduction could almost become a thing of the past.
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