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I’m proud to announce that we are one of the sponsors for Portland WordCamp 2010 that is taking place this weekend, although I’m very disappointed that I can’t go.

When I was first approached about sponsorship, I wasn’t really sure that it would be a huge value for me, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that I just had to support the event and the community.

I do believe that WordPress has been the single greatest catalyst for my success as an Internet marketer, and it was certainly the inspiration that led me to launch SEO Automatic in the first place.


Last year I spoke on the SEO panel at the end of the day with Amber CaseDawn Foster, and Rick Turoczy – (but I guess I must’ve sucked, because I didn’t get invited back this year 😉

Who Wants To Go To WordCamp for Free?

At any rate, this conference is great, and I REALLY want to go, but both of my sons have football games on Saturday, and my youngest is playing a fall league baseball game on Sunday, so I’m unable to use my own sponsorship ticket.

I’ve now checked with the organizers, and I’ve gotten the thumbs up to give my ticket away, so who wants it?

All you have to do is leave a comment here,  e-mail or Tweet at me, and you could attend…

Please note that the “judging criteria” is completely arbitrary and I will give it to whomever I wish.  It’s not necessarily “first-come first-served”, but I do need to make a decision today and get them the name for the ticket, so you should act now.

So… do you feel lucky?  Well do ya?

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