This month our site of the month is one that some of you may already be familiar with. They are becoming easily recognized for their search-and-win sweepstakes, and are breaking new ground in the industry. Their supported search engine sweepstakes offer an innovative way of effortlessly entering sweepstakes, with a lot of really great prizes.
This month, our Site of the Month award goes to Prodege.com.
PRODEGE has built a patent pending software that works in conjunction with search engines and allows searchers to win entries into sweepstakes at random, computer-generated times throughout any given day.
With the search-and-win websites, information seekers can search the web for a chance to win merchandise, or concert tickets with meet and greet passes from some of their favorite artists, along with other valuable prizes. Currently, the list of available artists includes Staind, Shinedown, Wynona Judd, Jars of Clay, Meatloaf, O.A.R., and more, with new ones on the horizon. PRODEGE plans to launch four to six new search-and-win sites every month, powered by both Google and Ask.com.
As for what's coming up in the near future, Scott Dudelson, Chief Operating Officer of PRODEGE says,
"Later this month we'll be launching sites for Puddle of Mudd, Los Lonely Boys, Joey Fatone, Relient K, Collective Soul and more TBA. We are also going to launch a centralized site called SwagSnag.com where users can choose their favorite artists and search directly from that site."
In looking ahead further, he goes on to say, "In the future we plan on expanding these contests beyond bands to include brands. We see no reason why companies like Starbucks shouldn't have search sites. Search and Win Starbucks coffee".
The search-and-win sites have already had hundreds of winners. You can read about some of them on the "Search Win Merch" Blog located HERE.
Find the current list of available artists HERE.
For those who may still be searching elsewhere, Scott offers this, his closing statement, "We hope that folks will search on these sites because, well, they are going to search the web anyway, might as well win cool stuff doing it."