Give, Get, Go SEO Charity Contest Winners Announced
Last month we used our SEO Charity Contest to challenge readers to step out into their community and help an organization that they felt passionate about, all for a chance to win more than $5,000 worth of search engine optimization training and education. And you proved you were up to the task.
Over the past month we’ve been introduced to organizations that support children with disabilities, the soldiers fighting in Iraq, the poor and everything in between. It’s been a truly wonderful experience getting to hear about all these worthy causes. In the end, though, there could be only one winner.
Well, that was the plan, anyway.
Because there were so many phenomenal entries this time around, we decided to award three tiers of prizes. The winners of the 2nd SEO Charity Contest are:
- Honorary Mentions: Victor Caballero (Skirball Cultural Center) and Gyutae Park (San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium).
Both Victor and Gyutae will receive a free one year subscription to the SEOToolSet.
- Runner up: Margaret Moore Butler (The International Rett Syndrome Foundation)
Margaret will receive a free seat in our SEOToolSet and Advanced Certification course on April 7-11.
- Grand Prize Winner: Ryan Freeman (The Elisha Foundation)
Ryan will receive a free pass to the Search Engine Strategies Conference taking place in March, as well as a free seat in our SEOToolSet and Advanced Certification course.
Congrats to all of our winners and to everyone else who participated. To Ryan and Margaret, we look forward to meeting you in the coming months, and to Victor and Gyutae, we hope you enjoy your free one year SEOToolSet subscriptions.
To read more about our winners and their causes, check out the Feature Article in today’s SEO Newsletter.