It seems like Tuesdays have been the days for most posts related to the WoBM Anniversary Contest, the Blogging and Relationships – Write about the wonderful people you’ve met Group Writing Project. So it’s no wonder you get to meet the winners on a Tuesday 🙂
As I’ve kept you waiting for too long, here’s who won and a list of all entries:
The second place and prize, a collection of Depeche Mode – The Singles 86-98 in mp3 format, go to Joanna Young for her inspirational piece on microblogging and relationships, Why it’s worth sticking with Twitter.
For the third place, we had a tie. So we’ve decided on having to amazing bloggers awarded: Brad Shorr for the Blogging Relationships are Gold for the Soul post, who will be receiving a copy of Lillie Ammann’s “Dream or Destiny”, and Lillie Ammann with the entry Blogging Friends, but as she cannot win her own book, she will be also receiving the Depeche Mode – The Singles 86-98 in mp3 format collection.
All four of them will also get 2 hours of free PR consulting, but I’ll send all the details about their prizes in an email.
Thank you and congratulations again to everyone who’s been part of this group writing project:
Brad Shorr – Blogging Relationships are Gold for the Soul
Sarah Welstead – 7 Rules for Effective Relationship Blogging
Andrew of Good Honest Dollar – Three Special Bloggers
Joanna Young – Why it’s worth sticking with Twitter
CV Harquail – Tweet yourself like the person you want to be
Jacquelyn – How I started the WParent blog
Lillie Ammann – Blogging Friends
Nithya – Building Strength through Support
Alina Popescu – Investing in relationships has excellent ROI
As Brad already has a copy of “Dream or Destiny”, he’s donnated his to a random participant. He’ll be enjoying a Depeche Mode collection instead. We played with some numbers and the lucky winner is CV Harquail – Tweet yourself like the person you want to be. Congratsulations!