The Million Dollar Wiki Contest from John Chow dot Com

John Chow dot Com is holding another evil blog contest. He’s giving away a 24″ wide screen LCD monitor and a signed copy of the best selling book, The 4-Hour Workweek! Find out how to enter here. The contest is being sponsored by The Million Dollar Wiki. Use coupon code JohnChow to save $10 on a page.

Tonight I purchased the page “Email”… I was surprised it was open! I wound up paying $100 bucks for the page because I forgot to enter the coupon code. I wrote the sellers and told them I didn’t want the $10, but I do want the extra entries in John’s contest!!!

Over $9,000 in July!

Note to John Chow: Last month I made $3,300 on this blog thanks to your advice and added another $6,000 in development contracts that I could directly attribute to my blog. $2,700 of the $3,300 was ‘evil’ but it helped pay for my son’s car repairs and computer as he’s heading off to college. Thanks, John!

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      Google doesn’t do that well on my site. You may want to try formatting the ads to flow with your content rather than having different background colors and borders.

      I can’t remember where I read it but people are more apt to click-through if they don’t think if it as a blatant advertisement. That’s why textual ads often have more clicks than image ads.

      Also – this was a BIG, out of the ordinary, month. I’d like it to be ordinary!

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    I actually found your page whilst researching about Million Dollar Wiki. Subsequently I have subscribed to your feed;)

    The MDW is a step up from the MDHP in terms of providing a better offer and also in terms of value. I think the initial buzz and the recent buzz from John Chow will boost this site into the limelight enough to allow it to grow under it’s own momentum.