Find Missing Madeleine McCann: Site Gets 75 Million Hits

The web is abuzz with attempts to find a missing girl called Madeleine McCann. This 4 year old girl was missing from her apartment bedroom in Praia da Luz holiday village (Algarve, Portugal) on 3 May 2007. Her parents have launched websites to find her which have received more than 75 million hits making it one of the most popular sites on the internet.

The website called findmadeleine.com is the official website to find Madleine McCann. It seems several unscrupulous businesses are cashing in on the interest in the internet campaign to find Madeleine McCann by attempting to trick the millions of visitors with bogus websites.

The family of Madeleine McCann have launched a Madeleine’s Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned appeal. The funds will be used to help find Madeleine McCann, support her family and bring  justice. They have already got over 25,000 Support Messages and the balance on the fund account current stands at over 70,000.

A video of missing Madeleine McCann will be broadcast during today’s FA Cup Final to an estimated worldwide audience of half a billion people and Yahoo UK News is tracking breaking news. Wikipedia is tracking the updated news in depth and points to top celebrities are raising the reward money to millions of pounds.

Over 300 Youtube videos are being circulated to spread the message across the world. It amazing how the web can spread the word so quickly across the world. Send a support message and pray she comes back fine.