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MOW Week #4 UPDATE! - Sun Dec 11, 2011, 03:00 PM
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Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 3,145
Hello all!

The data for the week #4 competition has been compiled and submitted or view count.

If you are interested in taking part in week #5 (assuming you do not win week #4!), now is the time to update your links for week #5!

Please note: the more current your blog and forum post links, the more active the threads are likely to be for the coming week's contest! Views in the competition week make up a big part of your score, so making sure your blogs are updated with new stuff, and you have a new discussion thread up in the forums can help you get those views!

I would ask that anyone who will be taking part in week 5, and who will be changing their links, go to their application post itself and update links there. This can be done by hitting "edit" and pasting in the new links.

We are starting to get a LOT of people who are applying each week, so it will be hard for me to dig links out of your threads if they are not on the application page. To avoid delays in compiling the list for submission, I will only be looking at links on the application post itself (the first post on your thread)...

Remember, you MUST indicate in your thread that you want to be considered for week #5 (scoring begins Monday at 0001 EST US time zone). A couple of people never answered the request I put on their threads, asking if they wanted to take part in week #4; they were not included this week. So if you want in for week #5, be sure to post that on your thread so YOU don't get left out!!!!

I want to thank everyone who applied this week, and wish all the best of luck in week #4, and in the upcoming week #5!


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