Maple Grove, Minnesota (PressExposure) September 26, 2007 -- Last year, David Olmstead came up with the idea of having businesses and people be rewarded for donating to a charity or charities online they feel passionate for. The causes are endless and the money is reasonable to give to charities.
What is Donate 2.0 at Kajoobles? David Olmstead coined the phrase Donate 2.0. He said that people and business get to do what they are already doing on the Internet while donating to charities. For a small monthly donation, people get to blog, contact other users similar to Myspace but money are going to charities instead. People can also use it as an online dating service. His social networking site with main motive for Catholic Charity Donation which enables businesses to obtain the Internet advertising they need, and at the same time help many charities. His main focus is how donating to a Christian Charity Organization can be a useful tool to advertise.
Other services are free such as online game play and search engine use. Kajoobles even has a shopping portal.
Companies who pay for donate for Internet advertising will get their name recognized while contributing to charities. Kajoobles is an interactive website taking the Donate 2.0 idea to a new level. Donate will help people and businesses get recognized by donating to 100+ charities. Instead of ever-increasing price of pay-per-click, a company gets recognized in the Kajoobles search engine with traffic.
To get things started at Kajoobles, it starting with the end goal in mind, of having the Worldâs longest Internet donation list. âIt has started,â David Olmstead, explains, âI am excited to see it grow by the millions and the list scrollable, to what seems forever for the Internet user.â
David Olmstead hopes his website idea of a donation community can raise millions for charities on a monthly basis.