This is a fun find from Google news today: a search related lyric creation might bring you a prize of $ 1,000.
The contest started by Search Engine People will probably attract many bloggers amateurs of fun blogging. It’s already generating buzz in the SEO blogosphere but I have no doubts that many writer bloggers will submit their entries before June 21st to qualify. Follow the link above to read the rules of the contest and enter this unusual SEO competition. The most popular entry wins. It’s that simple.
But in my opinion, in the end everyone wins: some experience, others simply win a fun time.
This is not a case of “the winner takes it all.” Even less popular entries could win links and free publicity. So if you are a lyric person or you’d just like to enjoy the fun… go for it. I am looking forward to learn who will win this contest and with what entry.
Meanwhile, we learn from WebProNews that Bruce Clay is running an SEO contest of a different colour. The famous American SEO Company encourages SEO newbies from all over the world to participate and provide SEO services for non-profits. This is a good thing for beginners because the big prize is free SEO training at Bruce Clay. It must be the SEO contest season, because, from another resource we learn that other SEO contests end and announce their winners.
Contests are good for developing proper SEO skills and understanding the competitive nature of the job. Search Engine Oracle encourages participation and wishes you all good luck.