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Doomsday-Proof Advertising? Student Offers Creative Service to Raise Money for Tuition
ASU student Tyler Ross is selling advertising space through his online business to raise money for his rising tuition costs. Ross claims his advertising is Doomsday-proof and will survive alleged 2012 catastrophes.
Ross’s website, Pyramid of Pixels (http://www.pyramidofpixels.com)
Pyramid of Pixels utilizes Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and a YouTube commercial to help spread awareness. Ross also maintains a blog where he discusses current topics about Pyramid of Pixels, Doomsday, and ASU to keep viewers informed of popular topics such as Doomsday predictions and tuition prices.
Ross’s business is aiming to create online history when the pyramid grid and businesses within are still standing after the 2012 Doomsday date. Pyramid of Pixels is successfully growing, having reached over $1,500 in advertising space sold. Ross is determined to fill the pyramid grid before December 21st, 2012.
Pyramid of Pixels provides unique online advertising that is guaranteed to survive any alleged Doomsday predictions. Pyramid of Pixels was launched on January 31, 2011 by Tyler Ross in attempt to raise money to pay for his tuition and complete his university degree at Arizona State University.
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Pyramid of Pixels offers Doomsday-proof online advertising at a one time payment for your business, website, blog, or just about anything you can think of! Get your permanent online advertising space today and let your business survive Doomsday in style!
Page Updated Last on: Aug 20, 2011