A few days ago, I published a post about BlogEngage and how its RSS Syndication service helps boost traffic to my blog. Someones seems interested in the service but they haven’t given their decisions yet because they have to pay some money for it. If you are still hesitating, this is your chance to use it for free in 1 year. Brian at BlogEngage is throwing the prize to some blogs including mine and I will give it to active readers here on TechWalls.
Particularly, I will hold a contest in 2 weeks from today to September 25th, the winner will receive a free BlogEngage Account ($29.99) and a free year of Gold Membership RSS Service ($59.88). By using the service, you will get one niche category and all of your articles will be syndicated automatically into the BlogEngage (PR5) and other social media websites including Blog Serp (PR3), Top Blogged (PR3), RSS Leak (PR2), Blogger Ink (PR3), Tag Serp (PR2), and Blogger Tag (PR2).
How to Win the BlogEngage RSS Syndication
Do you see the red badge Rewards on the top right of my blog? This is the PunchTab point system that will list your activities and how engaged you are on my blog. Each time you visit, comment, tweet, like or plus one on my blog post, you will receive 100 points. The more points you earn, the more chances you have to get the prize. Below are some details of how you can earn points.
Visiting every day – you will get 100 points for the first visit everyday.
Liking on Facebook – you will earn 100 points for the first Like each day.
Tweeting – you will earn 100 points for the first Tweet everyday.
Google +1 – you will earn 100 points for the first Google +1 everyday.
Commenting – you will get 100 points for the first comment everyday.
You can always check out your points in the rewards tab, the maximum number of points that you can earn in one day is 500. The top one on the leaderboard will be picked as the winner. Wish you all the best luck.
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