Roy Randolph Gets His Boat and is Ready to Live His Dream through FishingPixels.Com

Roy Randolph has earned enough money through pixel sales at www.fishingpixels.com that this paraplegic angler has been able to buy a boat and is on the verge of living his dream of being a tournament bass angler.

In a conversation earlier today Roy Randolph said it is a very big day for him, so many companies have recognized the advantage of Fishing pixel ads on www.fishingpixels.com that he has been able to purchase the bass boat he needs to live his dream of being a tournament bass angler. He also wanted to thank each and every one of these companies for their support in helping him get closer to this dream.

Adding a “niche” slant to the latest internet boom “pixel ads,” FishingPixels.Com leverages the advantages of “static pixel advertising” coupled with “relevant content.”

Pixel ads, a fairly new but effective form of advertising offer advertisers the opportunity to place a graphic ad on a web page while also utilizing search placement strategies to provide additional benefit long term for the advertisers. By adding an “alt tag” to the graphic, advertisers are able to provide a 50 word description of their site when a mouse passes over the graphic. Additionally a text list version of advertisers is also provided off of the home page. The concept by itself offers definitive value to advertisers but when you ad the fact that FishingPixels.Com will be catering to fishing and fishing related sites. The closely related “fishing” content on the site will offer great search improvement potential for the advertisers.

Roy Randolph a paraplegic confined to a wheelchair, launched the site November 17th, 2005 to help fund his dream of becoming a tournament bass angler. He has purchased the domain name and hosting for 5 years and is offering pixel ads for ten cents (.10) a pixel until November 2010 (5 years for advertisers purchasing now). If the site is successful he plans on wearing a shirt at each tournament with the FishingPixel.com logo. He will also have stickers made from the home page showing all the pixel ads, and display this on the passenger windshield of the boat as well as on his truck, providing even more exposure!

In two short weeks FishingPixels.Com had already been indexed in major search engines and has seen its Alex.Com (an internet ranking service) rating jump over 1,000,000 spots.

Roy has also secured promotional commitments with companies that have committed to help promote his project. Including Predatorial Advertising Associates, L.L.C an internet marketing and advertising company that specializes in servicing the fishing, hunting, outdoor and sports industries and manages one of the largest online outdoor related website networks with an average of over 17 million targeted ad impressions served monthly.

"The idea is simple: Try to make enough money to get back into bass tournaments by selling 1,000,000 pixels for 10¢ each. The main motivation for doing this is to pay for the cost of a boat/motor/trailer/electronics, and other costs incurred in tournament fishing.." said Roy Randolph founder of FishingPixels.Com." The pixels you buy will be displayed on the homepage permanently. The homepage will not change. I have pre-paid for the domain name and hosting for 5 years, I guarantee to keep it online for at least 5 years, but hopefully much longer. So, in the long run, I believe the pixels will offer great value that can provide a substantial return on your investment.

A report by the American Sport fishing Association details how forty-five million American's spent more than $42 billion on fishing tackle, trips and related services in 2001 with each angler spending an average of $1,046 on fishing. In addition, more than one million jobs are related to sport fishing, accounting for more than $30 billion in wages.

"By creating a high traffic site with highly relevant content for fishing product and service sites" said Randolph. "I am trying to provide an incredible value for fishing companies while realizing my own dreams one pixel at a time."

About Roy Randolph
Roy Randolph has been confined to a wheelchair since 1975, involved in fishing one way or another since he was 16, helping organize fishing events for the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Children's Miracle Network. He has devoted a great part of his life introducing others to the sport he loves so much.

To learn more about FishingPixels.Com call or visit:
Roy Randolph
www.FishingPixels.com.