Stumpedia, a global democratic search engine powered by the people, for the people is launching a new internet advertising model. “Pay Per Chat” allows consumers to post short text messages in the form of questions or needs which are then sent to advertisers who can respond to those requests.
If you haven’t heard of human powered search engine, Stumpedia, you might want to give it a whirl. It is essentially a human-powered search engine with a social aspect to it. In other words, Stumpedia allows content producers to submit and profit from their work and then allows the search community to determine relevancy of search results. While it is similar to human powered search engines Mahalo and Wikia Search, it differentiates itself because it is powered by the very people that use it.