Nashville, TN (PressExposure) February 28, 2013 -- According to Mark Price, a company director, a select few have the opportunity to market to prospective customers.
iMaxxis, the online auction that is paying its members through a revenue sharing model, is launching in March and is making an offer to the first seven takers; to advertise for $20 for a full 60 days with display advertising.
Price says the company's landing page will allow a maximum of seven (7) display ads. Those display ads are 358 x 60 pixels
While the company does not anticipate a large influx of new members in the beginning, it does anticipate a steady daily growth and according to Price, this would result in a large number of eyes seeing the advertisers offer.
According to Greg Bader, a company spokesperson, he will be working much of the social marketing aspects of the launch through FaceBook and other mediums, which could result if further viewers for these seven advertisers.
Price claims that advertisers are also invited to offer all the products they want on the auction site while their ad is displayed. "One more feature I would like to point out" says Price, "is that your ad will stay on the site for a full 60 days from the date of launch so any additional days leading up to launch is gratis on iMaxxis."
iMaxxis is structured after a successful multi-billion dollar model pioneered by eBay and is currently beta testing. However, iMaxxis uses aspects of the direct selling industry for commission distribution and organization. This approach will facilitate the Company's ability to secure loyal patrons by promoting additional income to families and individuals, home businesses, and small businesses through revenue sharing and direct sales.
Members will refer others to the landing page site that provides a quick view summary to prospective members. These prospects can get a great overview in just a couple of minutes, register as a member, watch the short intro video, refer others, receive free downloads and view your ad. Price says the site will complete in just a few days and says he wants your ad the day it completes and asks that interested parties send an email to email@example.com to inquire if the slots are filled and explain a bit about your offer.
Price says; "if we accept your ad you will need to prepare your display ad and provide the link to the proper URL." If you need our designer to create the display ad for you it will cost $45. If it is an animated that will be $60.
Price says that once the 60 days expires you will have the ability to purchase more advertising space but the page will be automated rotation and on a first come - first serve basis and he states that when you send email be sure to provide your contact info and someone will get back to you.
For further information readers can visit [http://www.x-landing.com] which also has active links to iMaxxis.