Seniors can now search the web get smarter and make money
The addicting internet game supercharges your brain (and maybe your wallet) not only with internet searching but with a set of challenging and mysterious clues on what to search for. T
Press Release (PressBurner) Mar 29, 2010 - You may have seen the latest news headlines that showed internet searches boost brain function. In the recent UCLA study, which involved MRI scans on 24 neurologically normal volunteers ages 55 – 78, showed that the portion of the group that had very little internet experience were able to change their brain activity patterns and increase function after just 7 days of one hour sessions searching the web.
This is all well and good but searching the Internet in an effort to just to boost brain function is going to get old really quick. Unless of course, you had a internet search game on Google that you could win cash with. That is just what you get with the innovative Website http://www.googlinforcash.com.
The addicting internet game supercharges your brain (and maybe your wallet) not only with internet searching but with a set of challenging and mysterious clues on what to search for. The end result is to find a selected Website first and notify game headquarters. So yes, people are getting smarter and richer. Not a bad combination.
The site creator, Michael Robbins, a self professed internet search geek, wanted to create a game that everyone could play and that would be fun to do every day. Googlin for cash was soon born over a cocktail napkin at a local watering hole with him and his friends. "The concept is simple and it really is fun to play" says Robbins. He states, the sites byline pretty much says it all. "You are probably going to be on Google sometime today, so you might as well try to Google for some cash".
The recent studies on brain function has indeed increased the traffic of daily players. That is good for everyone says Robbins because the more people that play may mean the more money you can win."The fact that the recent medical studies have proven a relationship between searching the internet and boosting your brain is wonderful" says Robbins. Searching makes you think. But www.googlinforcash.com supercharges your brain even more because you need to figure out clues to even know what to search for. Some games are easier than others but make no mistake, you will put your brain into overdrive to find some of the sites. I know that searching helps you exercise your brain.
I am happy to think that the site gives seniors a wonderful past-time in addition to helping their brains. We definitely have some regular players, says Kay. Many are seniors, but we have many many young people that are making the site a viral phenomenon. We get a lot of players from twitter and Facebook, says Robbins.
Who wouldn't want to play, says Robbins. You can win money, get smarter and keep your brain healthy. That's a pretty good deal. The only thing it doesn't do yet is make you better looking, but I'm working on that, says Robbins.