I am in the process of working out a redesign for my site. The redesign will focus on building more of a community feel, and making the site more personal – in short focusing on what the you want rather than what I want. Some of the things I plan to add include recent comments, popular posts (based upon comments), and … a link list.
I have already started creating my link list, filling out the wordpress blog roll, but I want more links so thought I’d start a small competition to try and find some new and interesting websites to both read and link to.
To get your link on my (page rank 7) site you should write a short article on your blog (around 100-200 words) and link it to an article on my site (any article from the archives).
Once you’ve written your article just come back to this post and link to your article – that way I know you’re entering.
See – it’s easy.
Competition without prizes..? Not here!
Obviously we need prizes. I am going to have three tiers.
- All entrants will get a link in a round-up post of the entrants. This will appear on the homepage for at least a couple of days.
- All the winners will receive links in my blog roll/ link list/ whatever you want to call it. I will have at least 3 top winners, however I may (hopefully will) add more than 3 links. Text-Links on Binary Moon currently cost $150 a month, and these links will be available indefinitely.
- The top prize will receive all of the above plus a review of their website on Binary Moon. Reviews currently cost $200 on ReviewMe, and the review will be permanently available.
In total that’s a minimum of $650 worth of advertising being given away, with the winner getting $350 worth. How can you say no to that?
What am I looking for?
I am looking for sites that are new to me, and that focus on my areas of interest, namely video games, web design, and entertainment (books, movies etc). If you think you have something cool/ unusual please do enter as I like to see different things. I won’t accept entries to sites that are spammy or blatant adverts, and shall simply delete any comments that I think are that way.
I’m looking forward to seeing who joins in 🙂
Ben is a lifelong Nintendo fan who also likes to build websites, and develop games. He also buys way too much Lego.