Market Leverage Is Ruling The Blogosphere With Contests!

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If you have been following some of the more popular bloggers such as John Chow, Ian Fernando, and Tyler Cruz, you will have noticed that they all launched contests on the same day with the same prizes sponsored by the same company – Market Leverage. Seems like they may be trying to make a statement and make a push to get some more people signed up for their great affiliate marketing service. As you also probably noticed, I have signed up with them but that was a week or so ago and am not eligible for some of the contests.

If you are interested in signing up for Market Leverage, I’d love for you to sign up through my affiliate link but of course it’s not required. If you want to participate in the contests being run by Tyler and Ian, you will need to register for Market Leverage through their referral – a sneaky way for them to make extra money as you compete to make as much money as you can in a time period.

However, if you do want a shot at a Nike duffel bag full of Market Leverage stuff, then check out the contest that John Chow is running.

All you need to do is blog about the contest and send a trackback – its that easy. Then, you just hope that you get picked as a winner of one of the great prizes. See any of the many contests happening around the net to see what is being given away!

Contests are also happening at Balkhis and CashTactics.

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One Response to Market Leverage Is Ruling The Blogosphere With Contests!

  1. Mike Michalowicz June 12, 2008 at 3:50 pm #

    Hey Chris,

    I wonder how long the contest advertising is going to last. I think it is a great idea, but believe more and more contests will be focused on very specific niches.

    Interestingly there was a GREAT aricle in this months issue of Inc., about a company called Threadless – they have taken contests to a whole new level and are now running at $30M in annual sales!!!

    – Mike

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