Popular Prayer Website PRAYHoUSe Introduces 'Stumble On A Prayer'
On January 12, 2014, popular Christian prayer website PRAYHoUSe reached a milestone of its over 10,000 prayers said over 500,000 times in less than three months.
January 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - PRAYHoUSe was launched on the World Wide Web on October 28, 2013 with the aim to help thousands of Christians around the world pray according to God's Will for them that He may hear them all (1 John 5:14). With over 150,000 readership, the prayer website quickly grew in popularity, attracting 7,000-13,000 visits everyday.
Yesterday, the website reached its first milestone, and launched its 'Stumble on a prayer' button that can be found at the top of every page of the prayer website. The button comes in a green color, and when clicked, takes the visitor to a random prayer on PRAYHoUSe. According to PRAYHoUSe, "we want to help thousands of Christians pray without ceasing, and it may be difficult for new visitors to understand the structure of our website. The 'Stumble on a prayer' button is just a quick way to help new visitors get the best out of PRAYHoUSe while they are still getting familiar with our website structure and how to use it effectively."
The 'Stumble on a prayer' button has increased the traffic of the young popular Christian website by exactly 483.0%.
PRAYHoUSe has also made the source code of this stumble button available to its readers. This is to encourage its readers that own Christian or prayer-focused website to add this button to their website that their visitors may click and stumble on a prayer from PRAYHoUSe. Due to the large volume of original prayers on PRAYHoUSe, it is almost impossible for a visitor to stumble on the same prayer within 100 consecutive clicks.
According to PRAYHoUSe, "we are working to extend this new and exciting feature to an affiliate program we will call 'AdPrayer'."
AdPrayer will help Christian website publishers to monetize their website content much in the same way AdSense and other PPC programs do. Christian publishers who sign up for AdPrayer will be required to place only one 'Stumble on a prayer' button on their website above the fold, and will be paid for every unique and valid click on the button.