The Winner Of $50 And The Market Leverage Nike Golf Shirt

Market Leverage $50 Rewards CardCongratulations goes out to Tim at Yimto.com for winning the $50 Market Leverage Rewards Card and the XL Nike Golf shirt in the latest blog contest I had going. You are going to love the shirt because it is extremely comfortable and looks nice as well, and I’m sure you’ll have fun spending the $50.

I just sent Tim an email congratulating him on the win and all he has to do now is send me his mailing address and I’ll ship out the Nike Golf shirt and Market Leverage will send out the $50 rewards card.

If you haven’t taken a look at the offers Market Leverage has or experienced their personal service you are missing out on one of the top CPA affiliate networks in business today. I’ll be running one of their health related offers on our healthy diet web site as soon as I get a couple of pages of content written for it. The offer is perfect for that site and because the site is 4 years old and has all of its pages indexed, the offer and new content I’ll be putting up should be indexed and start getting traffic in just a few days. And the offer has a $30 payout! You don’t find a lot of affiliate products that pay quite that well, so head over to Market Leverage and find out what they can do for your affiliate business.

And of course, congratulations again to Tim on the big win.

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6 Responses to “The Winner Of $50 And The Market Leverage Nike Golf Shirt”

  1. Awesome! Just sent you an email, great job with this contest! Thanks a bunch!

  2. Tim –



  3. Congrats! I was going to enter but forgot.

  4. Congrats there winner. I came too late for the contest hehe

  5. Congrats Tim :)

  6. Congrats Tim for wining 50$ and congrats Alan for the success of your contest

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