The updating and maintance of this online flora of the Maltese islands takes place in the limited free time and expenses of the author. Sponsorships, web-adverts and personal donations are the main source of financial support for the continuous progress of this website. With 25-30k visitors per month, several emails requesting information, use of photos, corrections, etc are received in considerable amount and catered dailey by the author. This is possible thanks to the sponsors and adverts of which details are given in this page. Please visit the services of the adverts and make use of them if the need arises so as it gurantess further support for the website. Advertisment or support details are given in this page. Please contact me if you are interested to support this website. Apart from the official sponsors and webadverts, the Jeremy and Kim White Foundation is proud to support MaltaWildPlants.com.
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Projects in Motion Ltd (PiM)
Projects in Motion Ltd. (PiM) is a multidisciplinary research organisation and cluster platform based in Malta. Here at PiM we undertake EU-funded development projects and conduct research for European and local government bodies, major companies and SMEs via a cluster approach. PiM strives to participate or manage collaborative projects that cover innovative issues related to information communication technologies (ICT), sustainable energy and social issues, mostly through transnational cooperation directed towards capacity building for R&D and policy.
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Email on firstname.lastname@example.org to place your advert on MaltaWildPlants.com. which includes a graphic logo, title, link, and brief description of your business. 150Eur/year (usually I forget it and remains for much longer!)
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Several keywords related to wild plants are ranked on the first result page of Goggle / Yahoo. For example keywords "Wild plants", "Flora of malta", "Mediterranean wild plants", "fidloqqom" or "lellux" results in Maltawildplants.com website ranked No.1 [ See more... ]
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Finally, the website appeared in several magazines, journals and newspapers, such as the Sunday Times, The Grip (Malta International Airport), Urbio UK, and educative books. (Read more..)
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All this wealth of information and images about wild plants is brought to you for free. Have you ever wondered how much work, thought, web-coding, dedication and expenses are needed for such a work to be provided? Please consider to submit a donation via a secure and online form as low as 5Euro/USD to any amount you wish. You can do this by using the email email@example.com to donate to, or by credit card using the secure link below.
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If you like this research / educative project please give a helping hand in the following ways:
- Write in local media (e.g. writing in newspapers, radio/TV programs) good comments about this website and acclaim the sponsors it is supported by.
- Refer this website in internet forums, discussions groups, with your friends, guest-books, etc.
- Write a comment in visitors comments page for morale support.
- Contact sponsors giving your appreciation for sponsoring this project and consider purchasing the products and make use of services of the webadverts supporting mwp.
Share your knowledge
One can contribute and share his knowledge with Maltawildplants.com by submitting information about any plant species found on this site. Such knowledge includes traditional uses of the plant, locations where you have seen rare plants, new referenced information not found on the plant profile, and any corrections of mistakes that may be found. You will be referenced as "Personal communication with..." followed by your name. This can be all done via an online form found at the bottom of every plant profile.
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Everyone is invited to join the online discussion forum of maltawildplants.com. Registration is for free. Uses of this forum are: identification of plants, fungi or fauna, general discussions, organised walks and activities, sharing opinions of our local environment, report nasty stuff damaging the environment, share your photos, and such other things.
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