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Tech Support Business Model Goes FREE!

Mineola, TX (PRWEB) May 15, 2006

Tech Support Help Desk was founded in the summer 2005 to meet the gap between high-priced online tech support and free tech support that usually left the user without full information to sovle the problem. After months of search engine optimization to get traffic flowing, it was apparent that the site was still not attracting the target audience. Quality free tech support was the demand, but the supply online is thin. Based on months of research and preparations, TSHD is now unveiling a brand-new look and a brand-new way of helping people with computer problems.

It’s finally over – the pay-per-answer business model has been abandoned! The new business model offers an ideal rich in Internet tradition: quality answers - for free! Freebies have always had a unique place on the Internet, and generated much more traffic and interest than pay-per-service models. Of course, along with freebie services comes the usual advertising driven model, utilizing contextual ads such as Google's Adsense and the Adbrite services. All of this will take place within the popular framework of an Internet weblog (or blog, for short). Content on the site will include computer training and help provided through online articles, videos, and user-submitted questions. The new Daily Tech Bytes feature will include tech news and reviews.

Tech Support Help Desk's founder Michael Arcand expects great things from this business model, and is committing to posting to the blog interface at least once a day, each business day, for the next year. This will be a challenging task, but not one unknown to fellow bloggers in the blogosphere. This is one service to keep your eyes on, not to mention visit when you have a specific question you want to see answered in an upcoming post of the site's blog.

Be sure and stop by to visit the new site and give some feedback at


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