Obviously, I'm only doing this because I don't think I'll have to part with my money. This is more of a bet than a contest. And I'm betting $10 "cash money" that you can't figure out what I'm about to ask. Enough rambling, let's get on with the contest:
I'm always intrigued at the amount of random visitors who come to this blog. In fact, I get quite a bit of traffic from two specific searches. So, I bet you can't figure out what they are.
Find which two searches generate the most traffic for this blog.
$5 for each correct guess. $10 total.
Anyone can enter. Just leave your guesses in a comment on this post. The first person to guess correctly wins. Comments will be moderated, so that I know who guessed first and so you don't know what someone has already guessed. This means that even though your comment isn't published, it has still been entered. You also won't know how many other people are playing.
If I know you personally, I'll just give you ten bucks the next time I see you. Everyone else must be willing to accept their payment via Paypal. If you beg, I may send you a check, but I'd prefer Paypal.
The contest ends at noon on Sunday(5/13/2007- EST). If I get a lot of the same wrong guesses, I may publish a few of them, just so you know. Be sure to check back on this post for updates.
I'm referring to Google as the primary search engine and if you're a random visitor who just happened to get here from some random search, you probably know the answer.
ADDED BONUS FOR BLOGGERS:
If you have a blog, I'm offering you a chance to double your money! All you have to do is write a blog post and link to this post. Say something like:
Arthur is having a contest giving away $10 to anyone who can guess which searches generate the most traffic to his blog. You can join the fun here.
Anything along those lines will work. Be sure to email me to let me know that you've done this. If you end up winning the contest, I will double your reward! Links must be made before Sunday at 8:00 AM EST.
Ask any questions in the comments please, and I'll try to add it to this post. Good luck!