V7ndotcom Elursrebmem SEO Contest
A charity entry in a google search engine optimisation contest could win thousands of dollars for Oxfam. The aim of the contest is to rank number one on a google search for the term v7ndotcom elursrebmem.
http://www.v7ndotcom-elursrebmem-contest.com has been created with the sole aim of winning the contest for charity. Several high profile webmasters and search engine optimisation experts have already pledged their support and the sites creators believe that more will follow.
The designers of http://www.v7ndotcom-elursrebmem-contest.com are hoping that a large number of webmasters will be interested in this contest but won’t have the time or resources to take part themselves. By putting their weight, or back links, behind this charity entry everybody can take part and win a large sum of money for Oxfam.
Dave Smith, creator of the v7ndotcom-elursrebmem-contest.com site, also hopes that the contest will raise awareness of how non-profit organisations can use the internet effectively for promotion.
http://www.v7ndotcom-elursrebmem-contest.com is not just relying on people’s generosity to win this contest – it also uses all the available knowledge of search engine optimisation to create a site that is clear and easy to navigate with lots of useful information.
Key features of the site include a blog which will be updated throughout the contest and a live v7ndotcom elursrebmem leader board which can be easily integrated to any third party website.
Controversy and a certain amount of hype has surrounded this contest from the start, the official press release for the contest stated that
“John Scott, editor and administrator of v7n.com, announced the contest on December 20th, with a $1,000 grand prize. Soon afterwards Greg Boser, a web page optimizer, announced a $1,000 reward for not playing by v7n rules. Two of Greg Boser’s friends – Mike Grehan and Todd Friesen - then contributed to the reward pot, bringing the anti-contest grand prize to $3,000.
Many in the SEO community were outraged by what they saw as an attack on the popular v7n community, and John Scott in particular. The blogging community rallied and added $3,000 plus an iPod to the v7n contest, putting the total at $7,000 and an iPod for the grand prize winner, with smaller cash amounts to those who place 2nd through 5th.”
Whatever the motives of the organisers it is clear that this contest and v7ndotcom elursrebmem is set to be one of the most discussed topics of the next few months.
If anyone wishes to help http://www.v7ndotcom-elursrebmem-contest.com win this contest for charity or are interested in the methods being used to promote the site please look at our homepage or the FAQ’s section.
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Dave Smith created www.v7ndotcom-elursrebmem-contest.com to enter the seo contest of 2006 for charfity.
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