Last Month’s Group Writing Project over at BlueJar was so much fun for me, that I have decided to host my own for October. I met so many new bloggers, had a lot of fun and even made new friends. Bloggers love writing and Sarah’s project gave every participant a lot of exposure and traffic. I really love “tutorials”. I thought it to be a good way to get some instructional blog posts happening that can help others.
Rules are simple and includes any blogger that hasn’t got either an illegal, pornographic, racist or gaming blog. You can write a blog post about any topic as long as you stay true to your blogs overall theme. The post has to be in a “tutorial” form and doesn’t have to have the word “tutorial” in the post title. You could write a tutorial about “creating an ebook” “swimming with dolphins” “writing a blogpost”. Whatever you feel is suitable to you. Once you blogged about it, make sure you contact me so I can include you.
I love prizes and having won some myself last month I thought it only fair to give back. So from this month on I put up 10 % of my last month earnings as competition prizes either here or over at my new JV blog with Terry on Blogging Web 2.0.
1st Place: $ 50 paid with PayPal
2nd Place: A month long spot on my top left hand side navigation under the Featured section. I get over 400 actual visitors per day now so you should get some good exposure.
3rd Place: A personal review of your blog/website done by myself and hyper linked with the choice of your keyword back to you.
All the bloggers who enter will judge the winners. They will get to pick their top 3 choices by blogging about it for 1 week until the 27th. October on their blog after the deadline which is on October 20, 2007 at midnight PST. Feel free to post the runner ups as well but you don’t have to. I will personally visit each blog post and correlate all the votes.
Will be announced here on October 30th.
If you have questions, then please use the contact form or comment below. I wish every entrant the best of luck and may the best judged “tutorial” win.