Park has done a text book case in how to stage a contest that will generate a lot of buzz and get a lot of people to enter. And the best part is, his out of pocket cost is almost nothing (aside from ordering this review) because all the prizes are sponsored. If you’re thinking of doing a contest, Winning The Web is a good example to study. You should enter not just to try and win a prize, but also to learn how a contest like this can help increase your traffic.
Prizes Up For Grab
- $650 Cash from Azoogle Ads
- $500 Cash from PepperJam Network
- $250 Cash from NeverblueAds
- $200 Cash from BidVertiser
- 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)
- 26 Week Internet Marketing Plan from Purple Internet Marketing ($800 value)
- Autographed Copy of Kris’ Jones Upcoming Book on SEO ($20 value)
- 8 PSD Custom Banner Designs from Banners Mall ($275 value)
- 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)
- 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)
- 3 Month 125Ã—125 Banner Ad on AndyBeard.eu ($100 value)
- 1 Month Text Link Ad on Ades Blog ($90 value)
- 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)
The winners of all of the individual prizes will be selected by a random draw on March 31 – there will be at least 39 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. If I win anything, I’ll give it away to a reader. Good luck!