, (PressExposure) September 25, 2007 -- PuppiesGame.com, owned by MacLilyMandy Enterprise, launched its website on July 27, 2007, offering visitors cash prizes for finding lost puppies in a virtual world.
"I've lost a pet once," says the website owner. "I wanted to create a virtual world where people would search for lost pets. So I came up with PuppiesGame.com".
The website revolves around visitors clicking on virtual houses in search of lost puppies. If they find a puppy, their reward is displayed on the screen. If not, they will be taken to a sponsor's website. The winners are announced at the end of each week, and the first person to find each lost puppy gets a cash prize.
"This is what makes PuppiesGame.com different from other advertising methods," says the website owner. "The visitors have an incentive to click on virtual houses over and over again. And we check every website to make sure the content is family-friendly. We want this to be a game anyone can take part in".
So how do we define PuppiesGame.com? Is it a game that pays you to play? A pixel advertising website with a twist? A whole new advertising method?
"It's hard to define PuppiesGame.com," says the website owner. "But it is definitely value for money for our sponsors. We eliminate the fraudulent clicks associated with pay per click by renting out our virtual houses monthly regardless of the number of clicks. In addition, we keep the advertisers' links active even after they expire, up until we need new space for advertisers."
As a new comer, PuppiesGame.com faces stiff competition in the world of online advertising. "I am confident that PuppiesGame.com will catch on," says the website owner. "We are not trying to replace other advertising methods. We are simply offering a a new opportunity for advertisers to get as many visitors to their website as possible, so that their website, rather than their advertisement, can do the selling."