Launches Free Blog-Based Cash Prize Competition

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This past week, launched as a free online blog-based cash prize competition. Once a month, bloggers blog for other blogger's votes. The blogger who ends up with the majority vote at the end of the voting process wins what's In The Bank. What's In The Bank is dependent on the advertising revenue of launched this week, and already bloggers are signing up, working on their strategy to get voted rich. Some blogs are funny, while others are used as soap boxes to express how candidates feel about Halloween and Canada. One blogger has started a story and will post additional chapters if they are voted rich. Another has asked for help paying off their debt.

Visitors of register for free to create their own blog, and campaign for other bloggers' attention and votes. Each month, or when what's In The Bank reaches at least $1,000, voters will have a chance to first nominate their 10 favorite bloggers, and then vote for who should get the cash. The top 10% candidates of each voting round continue on until someone receives the majority of the community's vote. What's In The Bank is based on online advertising revenues.

Once a winner has received the majority vote, that winner will receive a check each week for one year, with a minimum of $500 per week. To keep receiving checks, the winner must blog about what they've done with their cash. Winners may not get voted rich while still receiving their weekly cash prize.

Once the polls close, all voting records will be made public, so anyone can search for possible election fraud. Registered voters must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid email address. also publishes a podcast, interviewing candidates and winners of

Will Gorman of Bradenton, Florida and Sean Hunter of Lebanon, Ohio, created as a fun place for people to blog and compete for cash. Will and Sean are not eligible to be voted rich, based on their own rules. You can call us at 941.704.9042. And of course, visit our website at


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