In an effort to make everyone's life less "complicated" (and to help us hit 6K fans on Facebook...), we've created "the easiest contest on the planet."
You don't have to invent anything, solve any riddles or dress up like a goofy robot to win a cool prize in our contest.
All we'd like you to do is "like" WordStream on Facebook  and "like" Search Engine Journal on Facebook  (yes, we really neeeed to be "liked") and you're automatically entered to win. See...told you it was easy.
So come on...our goal is 6,000 Facebook fans. Help us reach it!
So It's Like This: We Hit 6K Fans, SEJ Gets More Fans, You Can Win Cool Prizes...Everybody Wins!!!
So What are the Prizes?
Boy...straight to point, huh? Okay, so we're going to give away three different prizes at three different milestones during the sweepstakes. We'll randomly pick one winner when the WordStream Facebook fan page reaches the milestones of 1,000 fans, 3,000 fans and 6,000 fans. Prizes are:
- @ 1K fans: One fan wins a $100 Amazon gift card (Winner: Stacey Davis)
- @ 3K fans: One fan wins an Apple iPod nano 16 GB 5th Generation
- @ 6K fans: One fan wins a Toshiba Mini NetBook 300 Series
To be eligible to win, you should:
Yes, it’s that simple! Winners will be announced on the WordStream Facebook fan page and the WordStream Internet Marketing Blog
For all the legal mumbo jumbo, check here: WordStream 6K Fans Sweepstakes Official Terms and Conditions .
Special thanks to everyone over at Search Engine Journal  for helping us promote this!
So what are you waiting for? "Like" us, "like" SEJ (frankly, you should like us both anyway, even without bribes) and help us reach our goal of 6K WordStream fans and you could win a slick prize, just for hitting 2 "like" buttons.
BTW, here's the official contest page on Facebook: WordStream 6K Fans Sweepstakes .
UPDATE: Congratulations to Stacey Davis who won the $100 Amazon.com gift card!
NOTE: If you'd like more information on the WordStream 6K Fans Sweepstakes (or wish to enter without liking us and SEJ), email klyons@wordstream [dot] com.