Update on the "Ask. Answer. Win." Contest

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Hello everyone!  I just wanted to give a quick recap of our Ask. Answer. Win. contest.


It’s going great.  We’ve gained a number of new contributors eager to join the conversation. And we’ve had fun rewarding those with a strong presence in our online community.

Our winners for most active posters have been:

Belinda D’ Alessandro

Keith Dixon

Valerie J Long

Tammys_books

Ron Miller

Julie Ann Dawson

veinglory

theresa_moore

john_jenatcomcastdotnet

Ken Anderson

Mad Dog Wilson

GiuseppeFurnari

holesinthehills

Jean-Charles
tony_hawken

For posts with the highest votes:


Elmore Hammes
Kevin Lomas
BDDesign
Beafrey
Larstonovich
themillerfamily
marely78
zoeharcombe
esop
basicfantasy
apitchlyn
thegreenweb
Faith Carroll
mk4cyben
Frances Pawley

And our grand prize winners:


Keith Dixon – winner of a $100 gift certificate for a service of his choice.
Belinda D’Alessandro – winner of a book fair of her choice up to $150.
Valerie J Long – winner of an Apple iPod Nano.

Way to go everybody. We’re thrilled to see this level of involvement.

We’ve still got until April 23rd to give away prizes including an iPod Nano and our Book Lover’s Bonanza Service Pack that maximizes author reach online.  So keep posting in the knowledgebase, and be sure to check in on the blog.

You might be a winner!

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