What if even a fraction of the $140 billion generated by search engine advertisers and online shopping was directed towards rehabilitating endangered sea turtles and releasing them back to the wild?
That is the concept behind a new search engine called GoodSearch.com. GoodSearch donates 50% of its revenue, approximately a penny per search, to the charities designated by its users. You use it exactly as you would any other search engine and the pennies add up quickly – just 500 people searching four times a day will earn around $7,300 in a year. It doesn’t cost the users a thing! The site is powered by Yahoo!, so you’ll get the same quality search results that you’re used to. What’s unique is that they have developed a way to direct money to the National Marine Life Center with every click. There is a convenient toolbar you can download to Internet Explorer, making your searches even easier. The more people who use this site, the more money will go to helping save marine animals. If 100 people support the National Marine Life Center using GoodSearch and do an average of 2 internet searches per day, we raise $730 effortlessly! (Just think if we had 1000 or 10,000 GoodSearch users!) Please help also by spreading the word to your friends and family.
With GoodShop.com, consumers help the National Marine Life Center by shopping at hundreds of well known retailers including Amazon, Target, Apple, Macy’s, Best Buy, Orbitz, Staples and others. The shopping experience and the prices are exactly the same as going to the retailer directly, but by going through GoodShop, up to 37% of the purchase price is donated the user’s favorite cause! Using GoodShop is simple. With just one or two extra clicks – and no registration – you can help the National Marine Life Center every time you shop on-line!