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After its founders realized what a fraction of the $8 billion generated annually by search engine advertisers could do if it were directed towards organizations trying to make the world a better place, GoodSearch was launched in 2005.
GoodSearch is a search engine which, with every Internet search, donates 50-percent of its revenue to the US HAEA. You use GoodSearch exactly as you would any other search engine. And because it’s powered by Yahoo!, you get proven search results. The money GoodSearch will donate to the US HAEA comes from its advertisers — the users and the HAEA do not spend a dime!
Fifty percent of the revenue generated from advertisers is shared with the US Hereditary Angioedema Association – the more you search, the more the HAEA makes!
GoodSearch asks that you use their site honestly. As long as you use GoodSearch just as you would any other search engine, it’s never a problem.
Fraudulent searching includes, but is not limited to, repeated manual clicks, the use of robots or other automated query tools, etc. This will result in the user being blocked from the site and/or the charity being de-listed.
While not expressly prohibited, searches to URL’s (i.e., search terms ending in .com, .org, .net, .edu), searches to sites for which the URL is well known such as HotMail, ESPN, MySpace, Facebook, GMail, AOL, etc., and searches for stock quotes will not count toward a nonprofit’s total searches and revenue.
GoodSearch is a great way for people to stay connected with the HAEA. Every day through GoodSearch, users are able do something to help the HAEA and show their loyalty to the Association. In addition to this added cash, the Association benefits from the increased awareness and visibility it can get by being listed with GoodSearch or featured as the site’s “Charity of the Day” on its home page.
To become even more involved with GoodSearch go to www.goodsearch.com/Getinvolved.aspx for more things you can do!