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Money Online and his Contest

Money Online recently launched his own contest. The prize? $10 + 2,000 EC credits and an ad spot on his site!

Complete List of Prizes:

1. one (1) 2,000 EC credits + $10 + 1 month 125 x 125 ad widget on his sidebar
2. three (3) 500 EC credits + 2 weeks 125 x 125 ad widget again on his sidebar

Money Online Contest Rules:

1. You need to subscribe to his blog's RSS via email (a pre-requisite for everything that follows after this, otherwise your entries won't be counted) - You earn 5 entries

2. Make a Comment about the contest in his blog - 1 entry

3. Promote the contest in your blog (5 entries)

The post should contain the following:

a) a link to this site and to this contest
b) details of the contest (prizes, due dates, etc)
c) advice on how money online can improve his PR and a general comment about his blog.

Then post a link.

Contest deadline: September 23, 2008, 12:00MN, Philippine time.

Winners, which will be chosen via raffle draw and will be announced on September 25, 2008.

By the way, my advice: Sorry, I too am struggling with my own PR :-( Maybe just keep on writing useful content. As in useful, to your current readers and to other prospective audiences.

Cheers!

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