Azoogle Publisher Challenge Leaderboard – Are You On It?

AzoogleAds has posted the Top 40 Leaderboard for their 2010 Party At The Playboy Mansion Publisher Challenge. Only the publisher ID is show on the leaderboard to protect the privacy of the top affiliates. If your pub ID is on the list, it means you’re on your way to an all expense paid mega party at the Playboy Mansion. You just need to keep your name on the list until the challenge is over.

The Challenge

For publishers who drive the highest amount of incremental revenue through the AzoogleAds network during the period of February 1, 2010 at 12:01AM EST to July 31, 2010 Midnight EST versus the prior 6-month period (August 1, 2009 to January 31, 2010).

Example: Publisher A drives $15,000 in revenue from Feb. 1, 2010 to July 31, 2010. Publisher A had driven $5,000 in revenue from August 1, 2009 to Jan. 31, 2010. Publisher A, therefore, has $10,000 in incremental revenue for the purpose of the challenge. The Top 40 publishers win a party at the Playboy Mansion. In addition, the Top 5 publishers will get a donation made by Epic in their name to the charity of their choice.

The Leaderboard

AzoogleAds Leaderboard

But I’m Not A Super Affiliate!

OK, you’re thinking this is the best contest in the world and you would give ANYTHING to go but you’re not a Super Affiliate and the chances of beating the likes of Shoemoney in an affiliate challenge is zero (less than zero even). Have no fear because my good friend Jonathan Volk has a contest for you!

In order to win it, all you need to do is download and then READ his new affiliate marketing guide and be one of the first to get 100% right on this quiz. The first two people to get 100% will get to join us for the biggest party of the year. Better get on it before someone beats you to it!

The 2010 AzoogleAds Playboy Mansion Publishers Challenge

29 thoughts on “Azoogle Publisher Challenge Leaderboard – Are You On It?”

  1. Brandon says:

    My question is…are you on it?

    1. jtGraphic says:

      Haha, good question πŸ™‚

      1. I think John would’ve already let us know if he was on it.

  2. I saw Jonathans post about this! Perfect opportunity to get tickets for those who are not power affiliates! Pity I live in Australia and it would cost me a fortune to get there if I won.

    1. John Chow says:

      The contest is all expenses paid. If you win, they will fly you to LA from Australia.

      1. Hmmm, I also saw the post on Jonathan’s blog and was hating the fact that I live in South Africa. This makes it worth the while for me to read his affiliate marketing guide and complete the quiz. Very clever marketing, and because I’ve got faith in the laziness of my fellow man I’m going to jump right in….

        1. jtGraphic says:

          I’m sure you’ll do well. I’m trying my hand at it as well.. My wife will love it.

  3. >>Pity I live in Australia and it would cost me a fortune to get there if I won<<
    Same with me – btw, why is everyone soooo exited about partying at the PM?
    Just learned that the Bunnies became 50 right now πŸ™‚

    1. John Chow says:

      The contest is all expenses paid. If you’re a top 40 affiliate, they will fly you to LA from Australia.

      1. fas says:

        arent two comments here the same?

        1. John Chow says:

          The two questions were the same.

  4. So this was the epic info from Jonathan’s Tweet last night!

  5. Diabetis says:

    They are not acceping affiliates from my country.

    1. John Chow says:

      That means you can’t enter.

  6. cool….John why don’t you blog more on affiliate marketing…I was waiting for more information and articles on clickbank from you as mentioned by you somedays back….

    1. John Chow says:

      I made a post about Clickbank already. I’ll have another in the next day or two.

      1. Looking forward to hearing more about Clickbank strategies.

  7. A question on affiliate marketing……… we need to spend a lot initially while starting affiliate marketing……..Blogging takes virtually $0 investment initially……so if that is the case with affiliate marketing I can give it a try? Appreciate your response

    1. John Chow says:

      You can use a blog to do affiliate marketing so the answer is yes, you can start with zero.

      1. charley says:

        john, please how do i get accepted into some affiliate companies. they seem to all require you to have a website. what can you say on this as i have been turned down several times

  8. As an old friend of mine used to say – “Bait the trap with pussy, and you’ll catch me every time….”

    Enough said….

    1. John Chow says:

      You have a very wise friend. πŸ™‚

  9. Melody says:

    Wow, they’re already starting another challenge..seems like that LA trip was just the other day haha..

    I’m sure they’ll do it up even better this time..

    1. John Chow says:

      Yep, and I’m sure they’ll be doing another T-shirt design contest as well. πŸ™‚

      1. Melody says:

        Well, I’d certainly be up for that..hell, I’m old enough to go to the mansion this time πŸ˜‰

  10. The affiliates on that board much be bringing in some big bucks. Last year I had around $12,000 in revenue for the time period at Azoogle and wasn’t even on the list.

    1. jtGraphic says:

      I think they’re pulling digits in the millions…?

  11. S Ahsan says:

    It is not always easy to get approved by azoogle. They dont give chances to new bloggers, i love them but i think that most of the companies should allow the potential newbies.
    Btw: where do you stand on the leaderboard john :p ?

  12. Hem … i think it is worthy to try.

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