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Save a Rainforest with a Click – Infolinks Goes Green

infolinks, July 21, 2011

InText Advertising Leaser Infolinks Supports the Innovative Charity Project

They say that success usually breeds contempt, but in the case of In Text Advertising powerhouse Infolinks, success seems to be breeding a heightened sense of responsibility. Perhaps that’s why Infolinks has partnered with, the innovative non-profit that utilizes the internet as a hub for charitable giving.

Infolinks promotes with a goal to plant over 100,000 trees worldwide by the end of 2010. On Friday, February 26th, 2010, MyGoodPage organized a tree planting expedition together with 93 children from the rural school of the Itaiacoca Community in South Brazil. The kids planted hundreds of local Pinheiro do Parana trees along the Riberia River.

Tiago D. Martins from the Civis Mundi Institute, the expedition organizer, depicts the experience: “In the beginning the children looked at us with curiosity, they are not used to having guests in their rural village. We came in carrying a lot of small trees and the children followed us smiling excitedly. We invited them to be our partners in this first tree planting. Their enthusiasm to contribute was so honest and heartfelt, that it reminded us once again of the importance of this project.”  Watch the video.

About is an innovative non-profit organization which uses the internet as a hub for charity purposes. encourages visitors to set their custom Google search page as their homepage in order to donate all search revenues to various causes, such as planting trees in areas that have been devastated by deforestation.

About Infolinks
Infolinks, Inc. is a leading provider of In Text Pay Per Click advertising services, working with online content publishers worldwide. Established in 2007, Infolinks leads the industry with the most attractive business model and guarantees the highest revenue sharing basis to all partners.


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