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Reviews and Predictions Project – Final Reader Submissions

200612181504The final day of the Reviews and Predictions Group Writing Project has arrived and as with each of the previous times we’ve done it I find myself with a mixture of feelings including being over stimulated (when you read 292 blog posts on such a wide array of topics it tends to leave you slightly numb), excited (I’ve discovered some great new bloggers) and slightly exhausted (I really need to find a way to automate the process of uploading all the submissions).

Once again – a big thank you to our sponsors – 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.

Now that all the submissions are in (it’s no longer Thursday anywhere) I won’t be accepting any more and I’ll now begin the task of randomly selecting this round’s winners of the 10 great prizes (see below for details of what they are). I’ll post the results of this soon.

In the mean time – here are the last submissions of the project for you to surf through. Please surf and link up to those you enjoy the most. As there is no real ‘judging process’ for this project the real judging happens as you link up to your favorites. The full list of submissions from all days is here. Here are todays:

The Prizes

  • 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.
  • The Blogging Times has offered $100 cash to their winner. Thanks to Minic for this prize.
  • Rob Schaumer is offering a $100 gift card (of the winners choice) at GiftCertificates.com.
  • Poker on a Mac (a poker site for Mac users) is offering a 30gb video ipod to their winner.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • DeveloperCube – a forum for web developers – is offering a $100 Amazon gift voucher.
  • 451 Press is offering one lucky winner a Nintendo Wii (worth $250). 451 Press is a blog network.
  • 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).
  • 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.
About Darren Rowse

Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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Comments

  1. The link for “Top 10 Ugliest Sneakers of 2006 by Terry” seems to be incorrect.

  2. Phil says:

    Wow, am I excited about this. I only hope I can get through as many of these reviews and predictions that I can. I’ve not managed to read all the submissions for a group writing project before, but I plan to try this time!

    Thanks again Darren, for such a great project and a really interesting topic too!

  3. Scott Howard says:

    Here is my pick of the top 3 posts for 2007 on dipnoi http://dipnoi.org/archives/category/uncategorized/

  4. Allen Holman says:

    The link for “Beware – Are you the Weakest Link in Your Team?” is also incorrect. The link should point to: http://www.management-college.net/81/beware-are-you-the-weakest-link-on-your-team/

    Thanks!

  5. Michelle says:

    Thanks for your work on this, and thanks for handing out those links. Have a nice holiday.

  6. Linda says:

    I am enjoying reading all the links. It’s fun to see all the interesting things that people are blogging about: funny, informational, thoughtful.

    Thanks, Darren, for the exercise. I enjoyed it.

    linda

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