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Reviews and Predictions Project – Day 3

200612181504Day 3 of the Reviews and Predictions Group Writing Project has seen yet another solid round of submissions – 74 in all today (which brings the total so far to 208 – see them all here). While numbers are slightly down on last time I’m excited by the quality of many of the submissions and that many are from first time participants (welcome all).

Please visit our sponsors of this project who have donated a total of $2500 USD in prizes. They are Thrive Web Marketing, Information for Her Australia for Australian Women, The Blogging Times, eMoms at Home, Dave Taylor, Poker on a Mac, bloglinkr, 451 Press and Rob Schaumer, DeveloperCube (see below for the full list of prizes).

There’s now under 24 hours left to get your submission in to be in the running for a prize. Simply follow the procedure in this post to be involved.

Here are today’s submissions. Please surf the list and link up to any that resonate with you.

The Prizes

  • Dave Taylor from Ask Dave Taylor Tech Support and The Intuitive Life Business Blog is offering a copy of his bookGrowing Your Business with Google‘ and $100 cash as his prize.
  • Thrive Web Marketing are offering a medium level webhosting package for a year that includes 100MB of webspace, 4000MB data transfer a month and more (worth $240).
  • DeveloperCube – a forum for web developers – is offering a $100 Amazon gift voucher.
  • eMoms at Home is offering two free passes (worth $349 each) to a 12 week group coaching program that she’s running in January. The course (via phone) is about how to be more productive and build a business. Read more on it here.
  • Poker on a Mac (a poker site for Mac users) is offering a 30gb video ipod to their winner.
  • • 451 Press is offering one lucky winner a Nintendo Wii (worth $250). 451 Press is a blog network.
  • bloglinkr is offering $100 cash or $500 in advertising credit on their service when they launch in the first quarter of 2007. bloglinkr is a new ad network exclusively for blogs and sounds like an interesting project to watch in the next few months.
  • Rob Schaumer is offering a $100 gift card (of the winners choice) at GiftCertificates.com.
  • The Blogging Times has offered $100 cash to their winner. Thanks to Minic for this prize.
  • Information for Her Australia for Australian Women is offering $100 cash (via PayPal). This is a site for Australian women giving information on health issues, rural women, indigenous women and more.
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Comments

  1. Scott Howard says:

    I think I may have already found another person to add as a contributor to dipnoi by participating in this project.

  2. NB says:

    Oops – one of your links seems to be incorrect. Can you please check out the one for:

    “You don’t have to be a writer to be a Blogger! by Tim” – it’s currently linking to the same page as the one directly below it, “Yoyos and Peanuts by Sophie”

    :-) Thanks. I just found your blog last week, and have been soaking up all the good advice!

    -NB

  3. Sophie says:

    Thanks for including me! However, the link listed before mine for “You don’t have to be a writer to be a Blogger” by Tim is linking to my site, too. Just thought Tim might like his own link! Or, were you slamming me? :-)

  4. John Wesley says:

    Darren, FYI, the link to “You don’t have to be a writer to be a Blogger! by Tim” actually goes to “YoYo’s and Peanuts” the post directly below it. I figure this is probably an accident. Wouldn’t want Tim to get left out.

  5. I think it’s just a harder time of year to get people to actually site down and right in length. Maybe that is why the numbers are down from last time?

  6. Kanwal says:

    First time participant and devot ProBlogger reader.

    Just wanted to say thank you for all the wisdom you have provided us all in the past year (since I have been reading your blog). Your a mentor in my eyes.

    Here’s to 2007 – “The Year Of ProBlogger!”

  7. Tim Nash says:

    Thanks John for noticing I was just about to post, the link to my piece is
    http://tnash.wordpress.com/2006/12/20/you-dont-have-to-be-a-writer-to-be-a-blogger/

    Cheers
    Tim Nash

  8. Danielle says:

    Darren, similarly FYI, the post “Will 2007 Mark the End of Digg? by Kris” links to my post below it, “2006: My year in anime/manga goods”. I’m sure Kris would prefer her own link, rather than mine. :) Thank you!

  9. Well, since ya’ll are commenting on the mistakes, and since they’re kind of funny …

    A Writer’s Reflections by Karen links to Rob Withams’ Looking Back and Renewing Priorities. Though Rob’s a handsome dude, not what people are expecting when looking for Karen, ya know?

  10. Darren Rowse says:

    Thanks all – my apologies but yesterday was a LONG day and I did this post late :-(

    all fixed now

  11. Hey Darren, ya, I imagine you’re exhausted. It’s difficult just to read through all these myself – I can’t imagine what you’re going through reading and linking entries, all on top of trying to keep your own site updated with fresh content in the process.

    Thank you for giving our bloggies such a wonderful christmas pressie through this writing project. I’ve certainly discovered some really interesting sites through this.

    I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday.
    =^..^=

  12. Tim Nash says:

    No problem Darren we all pulled long nights and know the signs love the writing project idea.
    Tim N

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