Leeds, West Yorkshire, MAY 30, 2011- WeRaise.co.uk introduces an Android app called “search engine” and it gives out money to charity against each search made by using the search engine. It follows the same working procedure like any other search engine, but the difference is that a major portion of the profits goes to the charities. Whenever someone makes a search, the company donates one penny against it to a respectable charity orgasnisation.
The company is doing excellent work by donating to the charities. They give a major chunk of their revenue to the well known health foundations in the United Kingdom. The company gives charity donations to Andrea’s Gift, which is a brain tumour research and support facility; CLIC Sargent that supports cancer affected children; Cancer Research UK that works to help people beat cancer; and British Heart Foundation that guides people to maintain a healthy heart.
When the other search engines make a decent amount of money whenever a search is made, this concept of charity search engine is unique in the mobile App Market. There is a doubt in the mind of many people from where the sight earns money. WeRaise makes money like any other search provider, which is by advertising several companies within the search results. Whenever a user makes a search, he/she finds certain ads on the results page. It provides good promotion to the companies that are advertised on the result pages and for that WeRaise gets payment.
Being a new venture of We Raise, the Google powered search engine involves certain costs, which are met by a portion of the profit. This covers expenses such as advertising, web hosting, office costs, admin, and staff wages.
The users can download this brand new app by just searching WeRaise.co.uk in the Android App Store. Charities are invited to get involved in this initiative and should get in touch via the website. The site are also open to suggestions so that the site can grow bigger. The creator of the company says that “we are really excited about our new venture and would love to get your feedback on the site and any ideas you may have to help us grow.”
For more information visit http://www.weraise.co.uk/