September Commenter of the Month Competition Winner!

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ompetition time again! It wasn’t that close this month, activity seems to have dropped off a bit, but we had a wider variety of comments and some good quality – which is important!

As you know we started the Darknet Commenter of the Month Competition on June 1st and it ran for the whole of June and July. We have just finished the fourth month of the competition in September and are now in the fifth, starting starting a few days ago on October 1st – Sponsored by GFI.

We are offering some pretty cool prizes like iPods and PSPs, along with cool GFI merchandise like shirts, keyrings and mugs.

GFI Goodies

Keep up the great comments and high quality interaction, we really enjoy reading your discussions and feedback.

Just to remind you of the added perks, by being one of the top 5 commenter’s you also have your name and chosen link displayed on the sidebar of every page of Darknet, with a high PR5 (close to 6) on most pages (4000+ spidered by Google).

So announcing the winner for September…it’s Sandeep Nain! With TheRealDonQuixote second again!

Commenter September

Thanks to everyone else who commented and thanks for your links and mentions around the blogosphere!

Feel free to share Darknet with everyone you know :)

Keep commenting guys, and stand to win a prize for the month of October.

We are still waiting for pictures from backbone and TRDQ of themselves with their prizes.

Winner of the month for June was Daniel with 35 comments.
Winner of the month for July was backbone with 46 comments.
Winner of the month for August was TheRealDonQuixote with 53 comments.

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2 Responses to September Commenter of the Month Competition Winner!

  1. Sandeep Nain October 17, 2007 at 12:47 pm #

    Hi Darknet and Sarah (GFI)

    I recieved the merchandise packet from GFI today. Thanks a lot for that. Kool stuff there, especially the GFI t-shirt and Mug.

    But surprisingly there was no PSP in it. i was just wondering if it is supposed to come later. Can you please confirm?

  2. Sandeep Nain October 23, 2007 at 7:35 am #

    I got my creative zen music player today..
    thanks Darknet and GFI.