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The MyBlogLog Smackdown Ends Up Smack-Sideways :)


After tireless crusading, outright bribery, and vigilant recruiting for Steve Olson’s MyBlogLog community, our MyBlogLog Community Building Challenge ended on Saturday…

In a tie.

The irony of this is ending perfect - because Steve and I agreed that we will BOTH give $25 instead of just the competition “loser”.

Lyman Reed from Creating a Better Life is the random new eMoms at Home winning community member. Kammie won $25 by joining Steve’s community. Both of these awesome people can either grab their Amazon gift certificate, or throw the $25 into the Kiva kitty.

I met so many cool people through this competition - more like a co-opetition! I really want to thank everyone who joined and also helped spread the word:

Finding Your Marbles
The Politically Incorrect Entrepreneur
The Closet Entrepreneur
Blogging Expertise
Essential Keystrokes
The Make it Great Guy
Carol’s Place for Peace

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On February 26th, 2007 at 5:41 pm, TOMAS said:

Hi Wendy,

I’m glad to see that my subversive blogging tactics actually resulted in a win-win situation for all! Thanks for the mention, and thanks for the great site and blog - you have something really great going on here!

On February 27th, 2007 at 4:59 am, cjcm said:

Congratulation Wendy!

On February 27th, 2007 at 12:01 pm, Lyman Reed said:

Whoa! I was wondering why you sent me a message asking me to pick! Thanks, Wendy!

On February 28th, 2007 at 3:01 pm, Edward Mills said:

I just love this Wendy. At the first meeting of my Enlightened Entrepreneurs Intensive we had a great discussion about competition. I suggested we use the term compassionate competition to indicate our desire to create an environment of heightened motivation and accountability for everyone. When one wins, we all win! That’s the way of the enlightened entrepreneur. And you are modeling that beautifully! Way to go.

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