I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this, but here goes...
A scheme came onto my radar yesterday run by "Funding Solutions for Education" (http://www.fundingse.co.uk/websearch.htm) whereby schools can get commission from a rebranded "ask.com" search page.
What basically seems to happen is that you (the school) sign up and Email your school badge to them and they set up a search engine page with your school logo on. Everytime someone searches using your page, you get 1 or 2 pence, which is paid to the school monthly. Obviously, with a small tweak on the intranet (and maybe a bit of ISA magic to redirect Google ) we could pick up quite a few (thousand) searches monthly.
To me, it seems to be win-win, as they don't charge anything up front to the school for doing it, they just take their cut of the proceeds before they pay the school... Does anyone have any experience of this scheme??
Already doing this with Googles sponsered search thingy.
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