Contest Burner The Next Step in Marketing Innovation

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Attracting More Readers

A month ago, NewsBlaze was planning an online competition as a way to attract more readers. We knew we needed programs to track progress, procedures to make it all work, prizes to attract participants and marketing to get it off the ground.

Whenever we consider doing anything these days, we ask Google if there is a solution already out there, that could give us a head start or more ideas. It turned out someone else was ahead of us and not only did they have the idea, they tested it, had credible results and were rapidly turning into a v2 product and system.

Their product is innovation at it’s best. First, an idea, then a brainstorming and many more ideas, testing, then enhancing or discarding ideas, then more ideas followed by selection of a platform and development. This can continue in a loop as many times as needed, but hopefully, it results in a usable product in a reasonable timeframe.

Contest Burner

In the case of Contest Burner, the most recent development cycle was based on the version 1 product released just over 12 months ago. In the past year, testing, tweaking and new development have brought the product to it’s next launch.

Contest Burner helps businesses to attract more visitors, prospects and customers, by combining a contest with viral marketing, on the now-standard WordPress platform, with plenty of ideas and training. The key is that it is fast and easy to get started.

At NewsBlaze, we like to see small business supporting other small business, because small business is the real engine that drives the economy. So we are happy to recommend this innovative product that can inexpensively help small businesses that want to kickstart their own economic recovery.

At the website, you will learn about what they call a “New And Explosive Traffic Method,” in a short video.

Alan Gray is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of NewsBlaze Daily News and other online newspapers. He prefers to edit, rather than write, but sometimes an issue rears it's head and makes him start pounding the keyboard. Alan has a fascination with making video and video editing, so watch out if he points his Canon 7d in your direction.