Craziest Internet Marketing Contest You’ve Ever Seen – $14,575 in FREE Cash & Prizes
March 9, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park
Want to win over $14,575 in cash and free prizes to take your Internet business to the next level?
I’m proud to announce the launch of yet another HUGE Winning the Web contest – the Craziest Internet Marketing Contest You’ve Ever Seen!
This contest is set to be the biggest of them all and has all of the components necessary to generate an incredible amount of buzz around the net. There is $14,575 in prizes, most of which is cash and tangible Internet marketing-related products and services.
There are many chances to win regardless of who you are. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity – you’ll probably never see anything like it again.
First the good stuff you’ve been waiting for – free prizes!
In order to be eligible for the cash prizes, you must have an account at each of the 4 sites listed here. That way, your account can be deposited with your cash winnings should you be a winner. If you don’t have an account, be sure to sign up using the links below.
$650 Cash from Azoogle Ads
Azoogle Ads is one of the most established and reputable affiliate networks around. They have some of the best offers on the net with high payouts that many super affiliates have made fortunes for themselves using. I highly recommend you sign up for Azoogle Ads if you haven’t already done so.
Note: In order to win this cash prize, you must be an affiliate at Azoogle Ads. Sign up now.
$500 Cash from PepperJam Network
Pepperjam is a brand new affiliate network founded by Kristopher Jones, a guy who really knows what he’s doing in Internet marketing. This system is truly unique in that it offers reliable communication tools and strives to provide complete transparency for affiliates. Pepperjam is AWESOME and they are really taking things to a new level. It’s no wonder bigger networks like CJ feel threatened.
$250 Cash from NeverblueAds
NeverblueAds is a lead-gen affiliate network that is based out of British Columbia, Canada. They have some great offers and provide awesome support for affiliates. Craig, my affiliate manager, personally talked me through some of the best performing campaigns and offered to help me put together a money making plan. NeverblueAds is another highly recommended affiliate network.
Note: In order to win this cash prize, you must be an affiliate at NeverblueAds. Sign up now.
$200 Cash from BidVertiser
BidVertiser is a contextual advertising platform that is similar to Google Adsense. They offer a low payout of just $10 via Paypal which is great for publishers and webmasters just getting started online. They also feature a new format called BidVertiser Ads for Feeds, which enables you to make money on your RSS feeds.
Note: In order to win this cash prize, you must be a publisher at BidVertiser. Sign up now.
$200 Cash & 10 t-shirts from AffSpy
AffSpy is an affiliate marketing intelligence tool for online affiliate networks. They officially launched at Affiliate Summit in Las Vegas last month and I must say that this tool is awesome. Basically what it does is it lists the payouts of any offer you search for in each of the top affiliate networks. It increases transparency and you’ll be able to get the best payouts. If you’re an affiliate marketing newbie or even a seasoned pro, you should definitely check this one out. The 10 t-shirts will go to the top 10 people with the most entries in the contest.
Note: In order to win this cash prize, you must sign up for a free beta account at AffSpy. Sign up now.
$150 Cash from Max Bounty
Max Bounty is a smaller performance-based affiliate network that really focuses in on their affiliates and gives them the care and attention they need. They may not be the flashiest, but they definitely have their place in the affiliate marketing industry.
Note: In order to win this cash prize, you must be an affiliate at Max Bounty. Sign up now.
$100 Cash from The Social Millionaire
The Social Millionaire is similar in concept to sites like The Million Dollar Homepage and Million Dollar Wiki but adds a social media twist. You can buy keywords for $1 to advertise your site – there have already been close to $500 in sales. The project is run by 19 year old Canadian, Pat Hankinson, who wants to raise $1 million, gain a huge number of friends, and start a few Internet companies.
$50 Cash from Web Hosting Resource Kit
The Web Hosting Resource Kit is “a new breed of resource site for web hosting businesses that started offering content for the web hosting industry.” If you’re looking for industry news and more information on web hosting companies, this might be a good resource for you to check out.
Ipod Touch 8GB from Shoemoney ($299 value)
Jeremy Schoemaker is probably one of the most well known Internet marketers online today. He found his way to fame by posting his 6 figure Adsense check from Next Pimp and now frequently shares his insights on his super popular blog Shoemoney, hosts a radio show on Webmaster Radio, and runs the Elite Retreat which I will be attending next month. Jeremy definitely knows what he’s doing and is a great teacher. I’m excited to say the least.
1 Full Conference Pass to Affiliate Summit East ($949 value)
Shawn Collins and Missy Ward do a fantastic job organizing the top industry conference in affiliate marketing. The event attracts thousands of the top vendors, advertisers, and affiliates around the world. I went to Affiliate Summit West 2008 in Las Vegas and must say it was a great time of networking, learning, and improving my Internet business. It’s totally worth the admission fee, but now you can get a full conference pass FREE. ASE08 will be held August 10-12 in Boston. I’ll see ya there!
3 Month Membership to Aaron Wall’s SEO Training Program ($300 value)
I’ve read Aaron Wall’s SEO Book cover to cover and it’s the best resource on SEO available. Aaron has taken the e-book and ported it over to a membership site format to allow for more interactivity and frequent updates. Being an SEO myself, I can confidently say that Aaron is the smartest whitehat SEO I know of. The training program is definitely worth it.
6 Month Membership to SEOmoz Pro ($249 value)
Rand Fishkin and the folks over at SEOmoz are industry leaders when it comes to SEO education. Their blog posts are truly enlightening as well as entertaining. A hat tip to Rebecca, Jane, and Scott. SEOmoz Pro offers exclusive member-only premium articles, tools, and resources. If you’re trying to get an edge in SEO for your sites, SEOmoz Pro is a must.
12 Month Subscription to RankSense Professional ($630 value)
Hamlet Batista is an experienced search engine marketer and expert link builder. Check out his search marketing blog at Hamlet Batista. He also runs an SEO program called RankSense, which is a “revolutionary new SEO software suite that makes ranking your web pages highly within major search engines easier than ever before.” The software is used by many of the top SEO agencies and looks very interesting. I’m hoping Hamlet hooks me up with a subscription as well.
INTERNET MARKETING SERVICES
$2,000 in email marketing services from Software Projects ($2,000 value)
Software Projects is offering $2,000 worth of email marketing services that can be used to purchase email lists, deliver 200,000 emails, and
design custom email creatives. Email marketing is still extremely effective and this is a good deal to jump start your online business via email.
INTERNET MARKETING TRAINING
26 Week Internet Marketing Plan from Purple Internet Marketing ($800 value)
David Bain in the UK has put together a comprehensive Internet marketing training program that contains 4 DVDs, 4 workbooks, and 8 CDs. I was personally sent the 26 Week Internet Marketing Plan to review and I can confidently say that they did a great job with it. If you need a step-by-step Internet marketing action plan for your site, this system can help you tremendously.
The Secret Classroom from Joel Comm & Next Internet Millionaire ($497 value)
Joel Comm is a successful Internet entrepreneur who has put together the hit online reality show, Next Internet Millionaire. I’ve watched a couple shows and must say that it is really of top quality. Check it out if you haven’t already done so. This DVD set comes from footage of the behind-the-scenes training on Next Internet Millionaire. The contestants learned a lot and now you can too. I’d love to see what this is all about.
Autographed Copy of Kris’ Jones Upcoming Book on SEO ($20 value)
Kristopher Jones of Pepperjam is set to publish an SEO book entitled Search Engine Optimization: Your visual blueprintfor effective Internet marketing. Judging from Kris’ past work, this should be a good one. You’ll be one of the first to read it and plus he’ll personally sign it.
Copy of the SEO Handbook 2008 from HuoMah ($10 value)
David Harry is an SEO who blogs over at HuoMah writing thoughtful, biting, and humorous articles that frequently make it to the front page of Sphinn. Here David is offering a free copy of his SEO Handbook, a beginner’s guide to understanding search engine optimization. Judging from David’s past work, it should be good.
1 Year Social Marketing Course from Ka-Boom-Marketing ($588 value)
Ka-Boom-Marketing is offering a free 1 year subscription to its social marketing course. If you’re interested in seeing what it’s all about, you can download the free “Social Marketing Explosion” ebook.
6 Month Membership to Affiliate Teachings ($150 value)
Affiliate Teachings is “a new affiliate marketing training site that offers over 60 video tutorials (which are updated regularly), a download library filled with some affiliate marketing resources, and a forum.”
AFFILIATE MARKETING & WEBSITE TOOLS
1 Year Membership to Hlola ($354 value)
Hlola is a “a smart conversion tracking tool that’s designed exclusively for affiliate marketers. It tracks conversions on your PPC campaigns and reveals valuable information that’s guaranteed to dramatically improve your campaigns and put more money in your pocket.” It sounds like an interesting tool but I’m personally wary of sharing my conversion data with third party sites. If you’re just starting in affiliate marketing though, this tool can help you out in the discovery process.
2 Year Subscription to GoStats Pro ($180 value)
GoStats is a web stats hit counter and site traffic analysis tool that has been around since 1999. If you don’t want to give Google your precious data through Google Analytics and want something much simpler, GoStats might be an option. I haven’t used it myself but it looks like it provides the standard tracking and reporting of visits, page views, referrals, etc.
1 License to Website Optimal Performance ($97 value)
WSOP is a performance testing program designed for website load time optimization. It makes the complete load time analysis for all page elements and provides a set of reports, statistics and suggestions on performance improvements. Now that Google Adwords factors in load time into the website quality score, it’s important to ensure that your site is optimized for performance. This software package can help you do that.
5 Licenses to OIO Publisher (5 winners – $37 value each)
OIO Publisher is a complete advertising solution that allows you the freedom to sell your own private advertising on your sites. I personally use it here on Winning the Web and I like it a lot. It automates a lot of the invoicing and all I have to do is click a few buttons for the banners and links to go live. If you sell private ads I highly recommend OIO Publisher.
3 Licenses to WP Auctions Gold (3 winners – $25 value each)
WP Auctions is a WordPress plugin that allows you to place live auctions on your blog. I haven’t used it myself but it looks like a viable option if you are selling items or advertising. The Gold version is coming soon and unlocks some premium features.
3 Licenses to OptIn Comments (3 winners – $77 value each)
OptIn Comments is “a WordPress plugin that captures the reader’s name and email address and then directly sends it to an email form of your choice to use for email marketing campaigns.” Ian Fernando is a very creative affiliate marketer who knows what he’s doing. Be sure to check out his blog as well.
BANNER DESIGNS, EXCLUSIVE BLOG THEMES, CODING
8 PSD Custom Banner Designs from Banners Mall ($275 value)
I was introduced to Banners Mall by Tyler Cruz and I am thoroughly impressed. Banners Mall offers many affordable packages for banner designs and you can see many of their works on the site. Awesome banner designs.
2 Exclusive Blog Themes from Unique Blog Designs (2 winners – $100 value each)
Unique Blog Designs was founded by Nate Whitehill and has created blog themes for some of the top bloggers in the industry. Their portfolio includes Shoemoney, John Chow, Zac Johnson, and Graham Langdon. Pretty good lineup if you ask me. Their exclusive themes are very clean and would work well on any blog.
2 Revolution WordPress Blog Themes from Brian Gardner (2 winners -$80 value each)
The Revolution blog themes by Brian Gardner truly are a revolution. The beautiful themes go away from the traditional linear blog layouts and display content in a magazine format.
WordPress Coding from CSS Rockstars ($209 value)
Have a blog theme design that you need coded into WordPress? Look no further than CSS Rockstars, a service taking your existing design and transforming it into valid, high quality, hand-coded markup. This is perfect if you have a theme in mind but don’t have the technical know-how to port it over to WordPress.
Custom Blog Design from Pixel Jig ($500 value)
Pixel Jig is a brand new web design company that offers a variety of web design services. Here they are offering a free custom blog design worth $500 to a lucky winner. The design is not coded but it should be more than enough to get you started.
Logo Design from Xologo ($100 value)
Xologo is a “Web 2.0 Logo design Studio comprised of a highly creative group of award winning young professionals, enthusiastic and bursting with innovation for fresh, new ideas.” They have served over 1000 logos and have some pretty cool designs.
Custom made blog theme (fully coded) from Uzzz ($350 value)
Uzzz is a “group of talented developers based at University of Florida, established to offer quality yet affordable web design services to businesses and individuals.” I looked at the portfolio and they seem to have some nice clean themes.
Custom web design from Underground Web Designs ($325 value)
Underground Web Designs is another web design company that specializes in uniquely designed websites installed on the award winning MODx CMS. Another chance for you to win a nice design.
Custom WordPress design from Future ROI ($200 value)
Future ROI “specializes in developing a custom web presence for your company as well as marketing plans tailored to your business model.” Their portfolio includes some nice looking themes that incorporate Flash designs.
1 Year Swamp Plan Web Hosting from Host Gator ($150 value)
Host Gator is a well-known web hosting company founded in 2002 and providing service to over 100 million websites. The 1 year Swamp plan offered here is for shared Linux web hosting with the following specs: 1 terabyte of disk space, unlimited bandwidth, and unlimited domains allowed. The package also includes a 99.9% uptime guarantee, 24/7 technical assistance, and support for most of the standard web technologies such as MySQL, PHP, and SSH. This is perfect for anyone looking to expand their online portfolio.
1 Hour Blog Optimization Consulting from Daniel Scocco of Daily Blog Tips ($175 value)
Daniel Scocco is the blogger over at Daily Blog Tips, a blog about blogging that has close to 10,000 RSS subscribers. Dan definitely knows how to promote a blog and now you can get a chance to talk to him one on one, learn his secrets, and improve upon your own blog.
Blog Consultation Report from Jay Francis Hunter of Scribbles and Words ($90 value)
Jay Hunter is the blogger over at Scribbles and Words, a blog about “exploring online opportunities in a complete, knowledgeable and no holds barred kind of way.” Here he offers up a blog consultation report so you can learn from his own personal blogging experiences.
1 Year Sponsored Category Listing & 1 Year Premium Upgraded Membership from Blog Catalog (2 winners – $300 & $72 value)
Blog Catalog is “the premiere social blog directory on the internet. Whether you’re looking to promote your own blog or find blogs on various topics, this site is for you.” I’ve seen the Blog Catalog widget (similar to MyBlogLog) on many blogs and the company seems to be gaining a lot of traction. Some extra exposure here might do you some good.
3 Fast Passes, 3 Featured Statuses, and 5000 Credits from Entrecard
Graham Langdon has put together a pretty unique advertising system where you can advertise on other blogs via a widget and virtual points. It’s had mixed reviews over the past months but it has brought some traffic to Winning the Web. I suggest you try it out for yourself and see how you like it. If anything, you’ll get acquainted with some new sites in your niche.
3 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on AndyBeard.eu ($100 value)
Andy Beard is a knowledgeable Internet marketer who runs a blog about “Blog Search Engine Performance, WordPress, Niche Marketing, Affiliate Marketing Tips and Social Media with Original Opinion and Loads of Attitude.” I recently bought a 125×125 banner ad for Winning the Web on AndyBeard.eu and saw great results.
1 Month Text Link Ad on Ades Blog ($90 value)
Ades Blog is a site covering blogging tips, entrepreneurship, usability, and making money online. I’m not too familiar with the blog, but Ades seems to do a good job with his posts.
1 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on John Cow ($125 value)
John Cow is an John Chow copycat who has come to fame with his unique and effective link bait and his interesting Internet marketing articles. Don’t just write off this site, it’s actually pretty cool.
1 Month 468×60 Banner Ad on Bloggin-Ads.com ($60 value)
Mike Huang of Bloggin-Ads.com does a great job reviewing other blogs free of charge. He’s also a cool guy who has interviewed me in the past and has built his readership through hard work and perseverance.
6 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on JonLee.ca ($300 value)
Jon Lee is a web developer who blogs about happenings in the tech world. I’m not too familiar with John but it looks like he does have a decent readership of loyal fans.
2 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on Affiliate Confession ($70 value)
Alan LeStourgeon blogs over at Affiliate Confession and is a genuinely nice guy. He writes about his experiences with affiliate marketing and aims to share all of his methods in making money online.
2 Month 125×125 Banner Ad & 2 Reviews on Internet Babel (3 winners – $130 value)
Nick Sullivan is a 17 year old Internet marketer from the UK and started his blog to share some of his experiences in SEO, web design, and making money online. He’s no expert but you might want to follow his Internet marketing journey.
1 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on Blog About Your Blog ($20 value)
Blog about your Blog (BAYB) is a “place for good quality bloggers to come together and collaborate on one big project. We have bloggers from all over the world, blogging about a variety of topics.” They seem to have a pretty sizable readership and some good quality posts. Check it out.
4 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on Hammad Bhatti ($100 value)
Hammad Bhatti is a web designer and owner of XOLogo. He specializes in Adobe Fireworks and makes some great designs.
3 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on The World of Office, XP and Vista Tips & Tricks ($90 value)
Vincent Sparreboom is a Dutch Problogger and writes among others for The World of Office, XP and Vista Tips & Tricks. He writes here about tips and tricks for day to day use and reviews products and software.
1 Paid Review on Mixed Market Arts ($40 value)
Collin LaHay is the blogger over at Mixed Market Arts and has done very well for himself the past couple of months. The blog has a readership of close to 500 and Collin blogs about Internet marketing and his experiences blogging and making money online.
4 $25 & 50 $5 Pre-paid Calling Cards from Pingo (54 winners – $25 & $5 value each)
“Pingo provides consumers and business customers prepaid calling service designed to deliver the best calling card experience, including quality, convenience, and customer service at the most competitive rates available today.” 4 luck winners will receive a $25 phone card from Pingo.
WINNING THE WEB PRIZES
1 Paid Review on Winning the Web – sponsored by 1 Cool File ($100 value)
1 Cool File is a directory for software downloads and blogs on the web. Simply submit your blog to 1 Cool File and you’ll have a chance to get your site reviewed here on Winning the Web.
20 Winning the Web T-shirts (20 winners – $9 value each)
20 participants of the contest will win a free Winning the Web t-shirt. The contest wouldn’t be complete without them.
The 20 people with the most entries at the end of the contest will score a free shirt.
Prizes Recap – $14,575 Total
- $650 Cash from Azoogle Ads
- $500 Cash from PepperJam Network
- $250 Cash from NeverblueAds
- $200 Cash from BidVertiser
- $200 Cash from AffSpy
- $150 Cash from Max Bounty
- $100 Cash from The Social Millionaire
- $50 Cash from Web Hosting Resource Kit
- Ipod Touch 8GB from Shoemoney ($299 value)
- 1 Full Conference Pass to Affiliate Summit East ($949 value)
- 3 Month Membership to Aaron Wall’s SEO Training Program ($300 value)
- 6 Month Membership to SEOmoz Pro ($249 value)
- 12 Month Subscription to RankSense Professional ($630 value)
- $2,000 in email marketing services from Software Projects ($2,000 value)
- 26 Week Internet Marketing Plan from Purple Internet Marketing ($800 value)
- The Secret Classroom from Joel Comm & Next Internet Millionaire ($497 value)
- Autographed Copy of Kris’ Jones Upcoming Book on SEO ($20 value)
- Copy of the SEO Handbook 2008 from HuoMah ($10 value)
- 1 Year Social Marketing Course from Ka-Boom-Marketing ($588 value)
- 6 Month Membership to Affiliate Teachings ($150 value)
- 8 PSD Custom Banner Designs from Banners Mall ($275 value)
- 1 Year Membership to Hlola ($354 value)
- 2 Year Subscription to GoStats Pro ($180 value)
- 1 License to Website Optimal Performance ($97 value)
- 5 Licenses to OIO Publisher (5 winners – $37 value each)
- 3 Licenses to WP Auctions Gold (3 winners – $25 value each)
- 3 Licenses to OptIn Comments (3 winners – $77 value each)
- 2 Exclusive Blog Themes from Unique Blog Designs (2 winners – $100 value each)
- 2 Revolution WordPress Blog Themes from Brian Gardner (2 winners -$80 value each)
- WordPress Coding from CSS Rockstars ($209 value)
- Custom Blog Design from Pixel Jig ($500 value)
- Logo Design from Xologo ($100 value)
- Custom made blog theme from Uzzz ($350 value)
- Custom web design from Underground Web Designs ($325 value)
- Custom WordPress design from Future ROI ($200 value)
- 1 Year Swamp Plan Web Hosting from Host Gator ($150 value)
- 1 Hour Blog Optimization Consulting from Daniel Scocco of Daily Blog Tips ($175 value)
- Blog Consultation Report from Jay Francis Hunter of Scribbles and Words ($90 value)
- 1 Year Sponsored Category Listing & 1 Year Premium Upgraded Membership from Blog Catalog (2 winners – $300 & $72 value)
- 3 Fast Passes, 3 Featured Statuses, and 5000 Credits from Entrecard
- 3 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on AndyBeard.eu ($100 value)
- 1 Month Text Link Ad on Ades Blog ($90 value)
- 1 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on John Cow ($125 value)
- 1 Month 468×60 Banner Ad on Bloggin-Ads.com ($60 value)
- 6 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on JonLee.ca ($300 value)
- 2 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on Affiliate Confession ($70 value)
- 2 Month 125×125 Banner Ad & 2 Reviews on Internet Babel (3 winners – $130 value)
- 1 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on Blog About Your Blog ($20 value)
- 4 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on Hammad Bhatti ($100 value)
- 3 Month 125×125 Banner Ad on The World of Office, XP and Vista Tips & Tricks ($90 value)
- 1 Paid Review on Mixed Market Arts ($40 value)
- 4 $25 & 50 $5 Pre-paid Calling Cards from Pingo (54 winners – $25 & $5 value each)
- 1 Paid Review on Winning the Web – sponsored by 1 Cool File ($100 value)
- 20 Winning the Web T-shirts (20 winners – $9 value each)
How the Contest Works
Now that you’ve seen all of the prizes, you know that this contest is the real deal. A lot of contests fluff up the prizes with subjective values of services and advertising. This contest is mostly made up of CASH and real products.
So this is how the contest will work.
The winners of all of the individual prizes will be selected by a random draw on April 2 – there will be at least 100+ winners in total (including 20 free t-shirts to the participants with the most entries).
To participate in the contest, all you have to do is perform certain actions that gain you more entries. The more entries you have, the higher your chances of winning a prize.
Below is a step by step guide of how it works.
- Sign up for the free Winning the Web mailing list (required).
This is necessary in order to enter the contest. I will never send spam and will only use the information to generate a contest participation list and to send occasional WTW updates. You may opt out at any time.
- Subscribe to the Winning the Web RSS feed.
Throughout the contest, I will be creating additional posts through the RSS feed that provide instructions on how you can collect more entries for the contest. These actions are optional and may include commenting on different blogs, checking out related sites of interest, or signing up with a sponsor. None of this will cost you a dime but it’s important to keep up to date. Subscribe to the RSS feed now.
- Collect Entries
You can increase your chances of winning all of the prizes by collecting additional entries for the contest. Joining the mailing list will gain you 1 entry, blogging about the contest will gain you 10 entries, and every 5 comments on Winning the Web will gain you 1 entry. As I mentioned, I will also be releasing random posts throughout the contest that will contain instructions for you to gain even more entries.
- Random draw for all prizes on April 2.
A random draw will be held for all prizes on Wednesday, April 2. The chance of you winning depends on the number of entries you acquire as well as the number of entries held by all of the participants. You can win more than one prize as long as you are eligible. (In order to win any of the cash prizes, you must sign up with Azoogle Ads, PepperJam Network, NeverblueAds, and BidVertiser.)
How to Gain Entries
- Sign up for the mailing list (required) – 1 entry
- Blog about this contest and link to this post – 10 entries
- Every 5 comments on WTW (now until April 2 with 5 comments per day limit) – 1 entry
- Subscribe to the feed and stay tuned for more opportunities to gain entries
Be sure to use the same email & website when performing actions for the contest. That way I’ll be able to easily track entries for each person.
Ways to get more entries
- Contest Clue #1 – Will You Stumble Upon a Crazy Prize?
- Contest Clue #2 – Sphinn Until You’re Dizzy
- Contest Clue #3 – Twitter Me This
- Contest Clue #4 – Stay up to date with an RSS Subscription by Email
- Contest Clue #5 – Blog Roll…
- Contest Clue #6 – We’re Going to Boston, Baby
- Contest Clue #7 – Learn Affiliate Marketing from Uber Affiliate
- Contest Clue #8 – Start Your Affiliate Marketing Career
- Contest Clue #9 – Be an Affiliate Spy
- Contest Clue #10 – Be a Bidvertiser
- Contest Clue #11 – Sponsor a Child For Easter
- Contest Clue #12 – Pimp My Blog
- Contest Clue #13 – Do You Have a Blog Catalog?
- Contest Clue #14 – Strut Your Stuff, Be a WTW T-Shirt Model
- Contest Clue #15 – The Price is Right. Guess the Final Prize Pool Value
- Contest Clue #16 – Submit Your Own Contest Clues
- Contest Clue #17 – Fun with Flash
- Contest Clue #18 – Fav Me on Technorati
- Contest Clue #19 – “Why I Blog” Videos
- Contest Clue #20 – Vote Me a 10 for Top Affiliate Challenge
- Contest Clue #21 – Max Your Bounty
- Contest Clue #22 – Rocket Profit & Copeac
- Contest Clue #23 – 1CoolFile Blog Directory
- Contest Clue #24 – Sponsor Blogs
- Contest Clue #25 – Entrecard
- Contest Clue #26 – Just How Many Contest Participants?
- Contest Clue #27 – One Last Social Push
Random draw will be held Wednesday, April 2. Get on it. $14,575 is on the line.If you like this post, subscribe to the RSS feed. Get the latest updates delivered straight to your email or news reader.