Boy! Have I got a contest for you! After I donated the $5,000 that XR.com sent me, Richard Lau asked me if I would like to do the same thing for a reader? With that, I would like to present the $6,000 Christmas Contest!
The winner will received $5,000 for the charity of their choice plus an additional $1,000 so they can buy something nice for the holidays.
That’s right! $6,000 of pure cash! None of this crap about winning something that’s “valued” at $6,000. To enter the contest, you need to sign up for an account at XR.com. Then you need to write a blog post about it. The post should link back to this contest, include the name of the charity you’re playing for, what you’ll do with the extra $1,000, and a review of XR.com. Richard asked that you link to XR.com using the keyword Tiny URL because that’s what they create. However, you are free to use whatever descriptive keyword you think fits them. Here’s an example.
John Chow is holding a new contest to give away $6,000 in CASH! $5,000 would go to the charity of your choice and $1,000 will go to you to spend however you want. If I win, I would give the $5K to [insert charity] and I would put the $1,000 into [a big party! Or whatever].
The contest is being sponsored by XR.com. XR.com is a tiny url service that [insert the rest of the review]. Sign up for an account and check it out!
Once your post is ready, send a trackback to this post. If you link to this post, the trackback should send automatically. If it doesn’t go, then enter the URL to your post in the comments. The deadline for entry is December 24. Winner will be drawn on December 27 at the last Dot Com Pho of 2008.
This is your chance to win big for your favorite charity and win big for yourself. I’m looking forward to reading the entries and discovering all the great charities out there. Good luck and enter now!
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