Many of you know that I recently entered a contest called the Biggest Baddest Bucket List. The prize is unbelievable. It’s an all-expense-paid trip around the world, $10,000 spending money during the trip, and $50,000 cash when you return home. With over 50,000 followers, I thought I’d have over 1000 votes already but it’s a slow start. I’m currently at 525 votes. So, I’m asking you, my readers who know best, what should I do to encourage more voting?
My thought: I put a challenge out there to you. How many people do you think you can convince to vote? Do you think you can get 5? 10? 25? Put your number below and let me know how it goes. Maybe you have a cool technique that you’d like to share.
If you put a number like 25 and you accomplish it, I’d love to interview you for the blog! That is some serious social klout and it would be great to share your techniques with my readers. I’m sure thousands, including me, would love to know your secret.
My sister shared the link with her friends last night and got over 30 votes! Tomorrow she’ll share it with her coworkers and see if that number will double.
Are any of you students? Imagine what could be accomplished if you share this in your classroom! It would be hundreds of instant votes! The possibilities are endless.
Here’s how the voting works:
Click on the link:
Scroll down to the video. (Watch the video if you’d like)
Click on the social share buttons next to the video to vote. Each button counts as another vote so if you use Facebook and Twitter and click on both, it counts as two votes.
You can watch my video here:
When I asked for logo ideas, I received emails by the dozen. You’re creative and crafty. Let’s get this party started. How many people can you convince to vote for me? I put the challenge out there.
As part of the rules, I’m not allowed to offer a prize in exchange for votes, but I’m certain there must be a way to encourage more voting. What are your thoughts?
“The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences.”
- Eleanor Roosevelt