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Young Aussie to donate half a mill to charity & make a differencefrom: Nadir Dalati
According to the web site, australiasimplified.com, set up by 26
year old Nadir Dalati, the aim is to increase tourism, further
promote the country and make enough profit to donate half a
million dollars to an Australian charity, as selected by the
public via an online vote.
The site was launched just over a week ago and has already
received over 30000 hits and sold almost 20000 pixels.
What's interesting is the site also consists of a 'just for fun'
section which could potentially become a big hit a in this era
of social networking. The aim of this section is to
significantly increase a person's network of friends and online
popularity via having their photo on the grid. This is done by
having a photo uploaded on to the grid along with a comment of
his/her choice. Once clicked on, the photo link is automatically
directed to the appropriate profile on facebook, myspace or any
other site where a request can be made to be added as a friend.
"No longer will you need to spend hours looking for contacts,
just upload your photo and wait for people to request to become
your friend. It's also another great way to advertise a group
and have people join it if you have one set up. In due course,
the aim is that this site will become one of the most commonly
known sites to increase both your network of friends and your
The site consists of a couple of different categories for
businesses to advertise in along with a home page which is
titled ĎAnything and Everything'.
Pixels are sold as web space for advertisers to upload ads which
link back to their web site. The homepage of the site does have
its similarities to Alex Tews milliondollarhomepage, however,
after browsing the site you quickly realise that it has its own
uniqueness along with some creativity and not to mention a
mission very close to Nadir's heart.
"Australia has been underestimated for long enough and the time
has come to create a level of awareness that will become part of
internet history. I invite all to join me in becoming a part of
Once all pixels are sold across the four grids, half a million
dollars will be donated to one of the selected Australian
The blog section states that the site was set up for two main
reasons; to give more back to the country and to be able to
spend more quality time with the family.
About the author:
Nadir Dalati 26 Years old Resides in Sydney, Australia Married
with two children Excels in sales, marketing, strategic planning
and business management.
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