Win One of Five Million Euro Wiki Pages

Neil and Paul, the new owners of the Million Euro Wiki has put up five pages as prizes for my RSS competition against Shoemoney. If you haven’t created a page on the paid wiki site, now is your chance to win one. Once you win, you’ll be automatically entered into the Million Euro Wiki’s affiliate program. The affiliate program will give you your own coupon code (like the JohnChow coupon code) that will give $10 off a page and you will receive $30 per page sales. This is on top of whatever money your Wiki page will bring in.

To enter the contest, all you have to do is sign up to my RSS by Email subscription. Enter your email address in the form below and confirm the email asking you to verify your subscription.

Enter your email address:

FeedBurner gives me the ability to see the emails of everyone who subscribed. This Friday I will randomly pick five readers who subscribed and verified their RSS by Email subscription to win a Million Euro Wiki page. In addition to the Wiki winners, I will be drawing four more names from the RSS by Email list. There are two copies of An American Hedge Fund and two $25 Barnes & Noble gift cards by Shaun Carter up for grabs.

All will be given away this Friday so subscribe now! Good luck!


43 thoughts on “Win One of Five Million Euro Wiki Pages”

  1. EngKnowledge says:

    Done! You are realy ———–>>>>>> 😈

    1. Well done John, i see you got 9700+ subscribes neat. Anyway I don’t like much the email subscription since it sends email every time a new post is published. I have subscribed through live bookmarks but here I got also the email subscription too (on a different email) because I wanna taste this feeling of winning something 😛

  2. Haha… let the contests begin (SM has one starting soon too!)

  3. Israel says:

    eh, those wiki pages dont seem worth it.

    1. MacEwan says:

      The benefit comes in time.

    2. Have already acquired one? Personally I haven’t as I thought that I could better spend those $100, the only good results I have seen is from JohnChow, but haven’t read anything decent from others.

      If anyone from here has had success, could please whistle? I am tempted to test how it would perform

      1. James Wilcox says:

        As with any investment, the time for a return on it is hard to measure. For myself…It paid of almost immediately as I won the second iPod given away. Other than that, it has paid off with traffic going to my other sites as a result as well as some google adsense revenue.

    3. Michael says:

      Me too, I still don’t really like the million dollar wiki thing

  4. Signed up and ready to win!

    1. wishing myself luck!

  5. mubin says:

    Well you and shoe have both done it. I have never signed up for RSSm and now I am subscribed to both.

    1. mubin says:

      John, the feedburner confirmation email has not come through, no spam either!

  6. I don’t really like those wiki pages. what makes it fishy is that you promote it to much maybe if you didn’t give it that much inportance them maybe it wouldn’t seem so fishy

  7. Michael Kwan says:

    I haven’t received a referral sale from Million Euro Wiki yet (coupon code MichaelKwan), but I figure that you must have, John. Is payment via Paypal? Is it for each sale or do they bundle it into a month?

    1. John Chow says:

      Payment is by PayPal

      1. Collin says:

        John I subscribed yesterday to your email does my name go in for that draw too?

    2. Paul says:

      HI Michael, the paypal payments are made on or as close to the 1st of the month as possible. You have certainly directed some traffic MEW’s way and are on the list of Payee’s. Well Done!

  8. Rob says:

    Very very clever…subscribed.

  9. Kacper says:

    One day I will win something 🙂

    1. Michael says:

      Good luck. I hope you do and I hope I do too. Never won anything. 🙁

  10. Nice and very wicked and evil. 😛

  11. I checked that site out, its been circulating for a while now. I really have no clue if its any good though, John where you able to make a decent amount of sales via it?

  12. Are these Wiki sites really worth it? I get e-mails from people everyday who have created their own “Wiki” sites and want me to review them. What’s the difference with this one?

    1. John Chow says:

      If you win a page, you’ll find out. 😈

  13. Manthem says:

    Anyone else read it: 1 in 5,000,000 Euro Wiki Pages?

  14. Rhys says:

    oooh, that is evil.

    Nevertheless, I’m in 🙂

  15. Jeff says:

    Done. I’m in.

  16. Michael says:

    So many of these wikis going around today. Although my mum asked me today was wikipedia was so its obviously not marketed enough 😀

  17. Alright already! I signed up!

  18. mariam says:

    Nice marketing, Neil and Paul.

    1. Seems they know what they’re doing 🙄

    2. Paul says:

      pm sent. 😎

  19. Hey John,

    If your a subscriber already…. do you win anything???

    Man I know I’ll one of this blog contest.

  20. Good luck to everyone! 🙂

  21. Ryan Shamus says:

    I think I was the first to subscribe and verify after that email went out yesterday or whenever…so I should definitely get an award for that.

    😀 😀

  22. lyricsreg says:

    Subscribed 🙂

  23. pierre says:

    I have a page I’m selling on millioneurowiki were in th top 5 on page views. good luck eveyone

  24. The concept is good and a good marketing gimmick. I am however not in the race for personal reasons.

  25. Pierce says:

    You should put a – in the title.
    I read it as:
    Win One of Five Million – Euro Wiki Pages
    I was like WTH why is he giving away 5million pages? 😛
    Win One of Five – Million Euro Wiki Pages
    Migh be better 🙂

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