Friday, December 09, 2005

Guest Blogger Friday Contest

In August this year I began "Guest Blogger Friday". This has been a great addition to the "Some Assembly Required Blog", and we have all been treated to some fantastic posts on topics relating to business development, networking, sales, public relations, marketing and other business themes.

In an effort to say "Thank You" to all the guest bloggers, and to re-introduce new readers to their great posts, I am going to hold a contest.

Please review the below "Guest Blogs" and vote for your favorite post. You can vote in the comment area of this post, or send me an email at To vote you must fill in your name (no anonymous comments), and you can only vote once (honor system!!!).

Voting will take place from now until January 1, 2006, and I will link to this post every Friday remaining in December (reminding everyone to vote) rather than having a guest blogger. The winner will be announced the first Friday of the new year.

"Guest Blogger Friday" will resume the second Friday in January 2006. I will need lots on new "Guest Bloggers" from the readers of this blog, so start thinking about what you will contribute in 2006!!!

The winning "Guest Blogger" will receive a $50 gift card from Quick Gifts (, where they can select a top retailer to redeem their prize. This is a non-scientific poll, and I reserve the right not count any suspicious votes, all rights reserved, final decision is mine to make, blah, blah blah.

Click on each name below to read their post.

Scott Ingram

Steve Harper

Bert Decker

Rich Ottum

Bruce Allen

Mark Merenda

Monica Bay

Liz Ryan

Bryan Menell

JD Moore

Cookie Wherry

Mike Sigers

Carlon Haas

Adam DuVander

Thank you for voting.

Have A Great Day.

Thom Singer


Anonymous said...

These are all great. I vote for Monica Bay.

Anonymous said...

I hereby solemly swear I read every entry, except my own, and I want to cast my vote for Carlon Haas.

Steve Harper & Monica Bay were a close tie for second.

Good Luck to all of you !

Mike Sigers