WOODBRIDGE, NJ--(Marketwire - Nov 9, 2012) - SolarCure has brought together two powerful, yet diverse concepts: solar power and search engine marketing. With its recently introduced Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program, SolarCure simultaneously assists sponsor companies in helping a non-profit organization and increases their search engine ranking via SEO enhanced press releases. By pledging to sponsor part of a solar installation for nationally recognized non-profits such as community veterans' facilities, volunteer fire squads, as well as others, the donor receives a trademarked publicity package to help boost their company's corporate image.
SolarCure is now adding another element to the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program -- the ability to allow a veteran in need of employment a chance to earn a sales commission through sponsorship sales and solar panel placements.
The Plight of the Modern Veteran
For many veterans arriving home from duty, the transition from full-time military life to full-time civilian life can be difficult. Some may only be qualified for part-time work while attending college to help further their careers, and many others might be either unemployed or even under-employed. No matter what their situation, without a steady income, veterans from coast-to-coast could experience trouble bill collectors or having to borrow money to pay their rent in order to avoid eviction.
According to CNN Money1, the current jobless rate for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans is 7.6%. Although this rate is below the overall U.S. unemployment rate of 7.9%, there is always a need to help the plight of a veteran returning home from their military assignment. To help improve this statistic even more, SolarCure's Adopt-A-Solar-Panel Program is designed to not only help a veteran in need with an ample sales commission for every organized program sale, but also provide a green energy solution to non-profit organizations and sponsors involved with this distinct offering. It additionally aids in giving free energy to community organizations that are often close to nearly any veteran's heart - local Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) chapters and American Legions. A further component to the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel Program, called Solar-Powered SEO™, creates online awareness for sponsors and the solar panel installation at the designated non-profit location.
How Solar-Panel Adoption and Solar-Powered SEO™ Works
Generous organizations sponsor a solar panel by purchasing a panel or a portion of one through SolarCure's Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program. The panel is designated and installed for a specific non-profit organization. The non-profit organization will use energy generated through solar panels and the money saved through decreased energy bills can be put to better use towards their mission.
The sponsor will also receive nationwide publicity of their sponsorship through SolarCure's expertly written online press releases. Each press release is enhanced for search engine optimization (SEO), which has been proven to increase Internet traffic, improve search engine listings and bring other benefits when associated with green branding. Such brands greatly appeal to consumers who are becoming more aware of the need to protect the environment. This unique selling point may additionally boost corporate image and public awareness. All-in-all, SolarCure's Adopt-a-Solar-Panel Program assists both non-profit organizations and area sponsors in a unique manner designed to create a "win-win-win" situation for those involved -- the sponsor, the non-profit, and the environment.
More about SolarCure
SolarCure specializes in helping clients combine powerful messaging and promotion with legitimate, sustainable, renewable green energy practices. When this combination is achieved, green branding and localized marketing practices can help to transform a business' public perception and open up new markets of loyal customers. For more information about how your company can grow its business with SolarCure's assistance, please visit www.solarcure.us or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.