Posted May 3, 2007 11:29 am by with 6 comments

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When “the Lisa” emails you and (ever so) politely asks if you’d mention their contest on your blog, it’s hard to say “no”. Her blogging wit is razor sharp and you don’t want to find yourself on the wrong end of it. ๐Ÿ™‚

Joking aside, the Bruce Clay team are running a contest to help provide SEO services for non-profits and there’s a great prize for the winner. By simply offering to help a charity optimize their web site, you could win a free pass to Search Marketing Expo and get some training from the Bruce Clay team.

Our goal for this contest is to create something worthwhile. We want to give a search marketer an opportunity to sponsor a cause s/he believes in and feel deserves more visibility. In return for your time and effort, youรขโ‚ฌโ„ขll be given a free full-conference pass to SMX in Seattle (valued at $1395) and a free seat in our SEO Training ($1450) and Advanced Certification course ($995). This comes to almost $4000 in “prizes” which will benefit not only you but your charity partner as well. (Transportation and lodging are not provided.)

So, your favorite charity gets some free advice and you get some excellent training. A win-win for everyone!

  • The contest and the prize is very good and we should not miss the contest.

  • Thanks, Andy. Don’t worry, you’re safe for another day. Or at least for another Friday Recap. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Nice idea. Glad to see more of these contests making their way around and that the experts are willing to share time with us newbies…

  • SEO as an industry really should do more things like this. Great idea Lisa and thanks for pointing it out to us Andy.

  • It’s nice to see SEOs giving civilians a hand from time to time. ๐Ÿ˜›

  • When is the next context ๐Ÿ™‚ ?