2,000 posts seems like an awful lot. And yet, that’s how many posts I hit today with my glamour or gloom post. That just seems incredible to me. I’ve been blogging regularly for the last few years now after taking some time off. I’m really enjoying it, especially answering questions for people. And, while I don’t make a lot of money off of this blog, I did want to give a little something back to say thanks.
Nothing against people who hold contests for such things, but the way I saw it here, the folks that have followed me on Twitter, Facebook and left comments here on my blog are all the reasons I keep writing. And, since I couldn’t figure out how to get a hold of all of my Facebook page likes, I decided to pick two winners from Twitter.
So, we’ve got two winners from people who’ve left comments on my blog and two of my Twitter followers. Each winner will receive a $25 Amazon gift card from me. Since I hadn’t done this type of thing before, I included all followers and commenters since the beginning of my blog. In the future, I’ll pick milestone winners from the time in between the most recent milestones. Thanks for being a part of the growth of my blog!
The two Twitter followers are @aimotravel and @jmcharries.
The two commenters are:
Hallunda, who said “I just requalified for the personal citi visa a few weeks ago. I am new to churns. Can I apply for the citi mastercard or not yet? What about the requalifying for the business citi visa that I have had for a couple of years, should I wait on that too since i just applied for the personal visa? OR should I try a chase card for now? Would appreciate your input.”
Candace, who responded to my post on fake Trip Advisor reviews and said, “I use TripAdvisor as a decision tool because I often stay at out-of-the-way places, not the swanky mid-city hotels most bloggers seem to frequent. I focus on the negative reviews, because I know those are not phony! Bedbugs and bathroom cleanliness are my turnoffs, so I focus on comments with those factors included!
If you’re a winner, shoot me an e-mail at ed -at- milepoint dot com and I’ll send your card over.