Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Win Prizes In A Popularity Contest

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) April 24, 2007 -- Arcavate Corporation, a leader in web 2.0 innovation and fun, announces the beta launch of its newest site, WhoGets combines all the excitement of winning great prizes with the viral interactive power of a voting community.

In a game show format, offers members the chance to win a huge array of prizes in its online contests. They simply enter the contests for the products that interest them. The contestant has the opportunity to tell the community members why they should vote for him. whogets members decide who wins each contest. The contestant with the most votes wins the prize. There are no offers to complete, and whogets will not solicite its members for any other offers. There's no fee for membership or for joining the contests. If a member would rather skip the contest and buy one of the prizes outright, he can take advantage of the Buy It Now feature.

There isn't any other site like We are excited to see where the community takes it. It should be fun
"There isn't any other site like We are excited to see where the community takes it. It should be fun," Russ Snapper said.

WhoGets is just one more way Arcavate delivers on its simple philosophy -- offer friendly, fun, innovative sites that create value for their visitors.


Well, it's sort of a popularity contest. The new contest website has brought a new spin to online contests and sweepstakes.

Contests are open to members only (but membership is free, and the website promises no spam). During the "semi-final" phase, any member can sign up for the contest. After a week or two, the contest moves to "final" phase. During that time, seven final contestants are randomly selected. Those seven get a chance to post 100 words or less about anything they want--such as why they want to win the contest, an abbreviated autobiography or a rant about shopping carts with wobbly wheels. Other members vote for their favorite contestant. At the end of the "final" phase--usually in a week or two--the finalist with the most votes wins a prize.

If you don't mind taking a chance on making it to the finals round, and you're pretty clever with the written word, you might have a chance of winning one of these prizes (ranging from $10 to $600).

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