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Voting Contests: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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Voting Contests: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Voting contests have likely been around as long as contesting itself. Many sponsors like to hold contests that involve getting your friends to vote because they consider it to be like free advertising. Say I enter a contest sponsored by Company X – if it’s a […]

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Building Your Network to Win More Often

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Building Your Network to Win More Often As a new contester it might be tempting to view other contesters only as your competition. The fact is, they ARE your competition. But another fact is they are part of a larger contesting community – and by being a contributing member of that community, you will increase […]

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Why it Pays to Read the Rules

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Why it Pays to Read the Rules Nearly every contest web form has one.  It’s a little checkbox that allows you to indicate that you have read the contest rules. And if you don’t check it off, you will get an error message. So you check it off. Everyone checks it off. But what percentage […]

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Blog Contests: Are They Worth the Extra Effort?

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These days it seems that everyone is a blogger. Whether they write for a living or a hobby, lots and lots of people have their own blog – and they want you to read it. In order to attract you to visit their blogs, many bloggers offer contests. And, if you’re a contester like me, […]

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