Yes you read that correctly!
I was surfing on bl0gmad today and I came across a site with a similar post as to what I’m currently writing. Unfortunately I can’t remember who’s site it was that I was visiting at the time otherwise I would link to them. If I figure it out I’ll link. Anyway, the posting led me to another site created by John Scott. His site is called Internet Marketing Bl0g and back in March he decided to create a contest that would encourage other sites to link to and write about lesser known bl0gs. His post is called “Clean up on aisle three”.
You can enter his contest by making a comment on the Clean up on aisle three post. If your site qualifies you could win up to $100 just for entering and playing along. The winning site will win $3000! He plans to give away a total of $10,000 between the $100 winners and the $3000 winner. To qualify you need to link to, and write about other bl0gs that are not in technoratis top 100 sites.
Easypeasy for moi! I’ve been writing about and rating just about all the sites that have bid to rent my bl0g for several months now. Not only here, but on Odd Planet as well. Just look at my latest posts on this site and on Odd Planet. Ha! I’m in! 🙂
John’s contest officially began March 1st and he plans on announcing a winner and awarding the prizes 6 months after the start of the contest. So I think that would be about August 1st.
Since March 1st I have done mini-articles or added links in my posts to 163 sites. That’s only Tricia’s Musings total. On Odd Planet I’ve rated or linked 55 sites, plus another 17 in the one contest I ran over there. For a grand total of 235 site articles and links NOT counting all of the “Mr. Linky” Links on the Memes.
Have you been rating sites that you like, ones that bid on your site, or talking about sites that have interesting posts on your own bl0g? If you have you might qualify for this contest too.
Update – I removed the links in this post because I was unable to find a post about the winners of the contest so I’m not certain that this was a true contest. Might have just been a link baiting scam.