Nottingham, Nottinghamshire United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 08, 2011 -- Today, great interest can be seen across various industries to promote eco-friendly products and services. Though 'going green' is used as a fancy term by many, not everyone is 100% committed to this goal. Green companies face a lot of challenges in competing with other well established non-eco products and brands that flood the existing local and international markets.
One of the cheaper and most effective marketing solutions is online promotion. There are many websites on the internet which can promote eco-friendly companies and their green products or services, but they are not build and dedicated just to this cause. Most of these 'eco related' websites simply sell advertising space but offer nothing in terms of real business connections based on the environmental factor.
This is why Ecofirms.org emerges as an organization with a difference. What makes their site unique is that it is 100% dedicated to promote green companies and their eco-friendly products and services. 'We wanted to build an online tool that would help green companies in their marketing efforts' - says Bartosz Kali, director. Today their websites receives about 1 million hits per month, mostly from environmentally conscious business community, and it has become one of the largest databases of eco-friendly companies worldwide.
Part of its popularity is their unbeatable offer of a lifetime membership and free sales leads for life to all its member companies. What is most noteworthy, however, is not just their ridiculously low lifetime membership fee of $49.95, but the fact that each new registration saves 1076 square feet / 100 square meters of the Rainforest in Ecuador. Ecofirms.org achieves this in partnership with the World Land Trust.
Ecofirms.org is an ethical and non profit project launched in 2005. Our mission is to connect all eco-friendly companies and organizations in the world and inform our online visitors of their green products and services. To find out more about how to become a member please visit http://www.ecofirms.org/add-eco-company.php
Mark Pease is author of this article on eco friendly.