WP Pro Business Giving Away $9,000 Worth Of WP Stuff

This is one of the largest WordPress giveaways I’ve seen in a long time with a total value of around $9,000.00. Adam Warner formerly of WPModder.com is now concentrating his efforts on WP Pro Business which is a website aimed at providing the tools and knowledge to help propel businesses and individuals to success using WordPress. Adam explains the giveaway in a little more detail via the following video.

Adam is a good guy and did a great job with WPModder.com but if you’re wondering how he’ll use the data obtained from the giveaway, the following text can be read on the bottom of the giveaway page:

Information is collected through the supplied Rafflecopter.com widgets and (an optional) email subscription form. Entry emails are collected in accordance with Rafflecopter.com and AWeber.com terms and conditions. By entering this giveaway you agree to receive email communications from giveaway sponsors including prize notifications and new product updates.

You’ll have to decide before you enter on whether you want to go through the hassle and delete your email address from each sponsors list if you don’t win. Hopefully, it’s as simple as deleting one email address from WP Pro Business and that will cover the gamut for all future communications. Then again, you might not mind receiving an email here and there from the people sponsoring this giveaway.

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  1. “…You’ll have to decide before you enter on whether you want to go through the hassle and delete your email address from each sponsors list if you don’t win….”

    Thank God for having my own domain and unlimited @miroslavglavic.ca e-mail addresses.

    I could create nameofcontest@miroslavglavic.ca and after having found that I didn’t win. DELETE.

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  2. HI Jeff,

    Thanks for writing about our giveaway, we really appreciate you sharing this with the community!

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  3. @Miroslav Glavic – Hi Miroslav, you certainly could do that, and we do the same for various lists we subscribe to. However, even if you don’t win, you might want to stay signed up for some “possible” additional discounts being sent out to those people who entered but didn’t win.

    Also, please know that our intentions are pure and we do not spam, nor partner with people who spam. I’ve been part of the WordPress community since 2004 and would not dare risk my reputation on blasting out emails that have nothing to do with WordPress and growing your online business.

    The choice is yours of course, and thanks for entering! :)

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