John Chow Contest: Win a 24″ Wide Screen LCD Screen

June 19, 2007 by  

This is probably the best prize for a contest that John Chow has offered so far in a string of contests held over at

To enter the contest, just write about it in your blog. Link to his Make Money page using the anchor text “make money,” link to using “hosting Canada” and link to the contest post.

(As you may notice, the above paragraph has qualified me to take part in the contest.)

Then send an email with the URL of your entry to him. The contest ends on 31st July 2007 and winner will be selected on 1st August.

The contest is opened to bloggers from anywhere in the world. So I suppose they will ship the prize to your address anywhere in the world for free.

I am sure this will turn out to be one of the most popular contests held by However, knowing him, he’ll probably come up with even a bigger prize in the future as long as it’s a win-win situation for him and the sponsor.

If I win, I’ll hold a similar contest and recycle the prize as a giveaway to the winner of my contest. Winning it would be nice but it’s even better if I could use that to my advantage and make more money from the publicity I receive. Isn’t that evil?


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Comment by papajoneh
2007-06-22 02:54:56

Hahaha. Gaman, you can be evil too, great! John as always, so creative. Probably because of the name John I guessed. LOL.

Comment by CatherineL
2007-07-13 05:45:53

Thank you. I almost didn’t enter that one because I assumed it wouldn’t be open to the UK, but I will now. I am also running a competition to win a professionally designed website header or banner. Unlike John’s comps – no need to link or blog about me – just fill out your email and name. I seriously wonder if John is not risking a ban by the big G because of the amount of links he is getting all at once.

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