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Fancy an iPad? You may have chance to win by writing review for Kontera

Kontera is an advertisement network that provides the relevant In-Text ads for your content, offering an exclusive ad inventory that delivers good CTR and CPC. Now you have a chance to win yourself an iPad by submitting a review for Kontera!

For the latest, a month-long round of Kontera Show & Tell-Showoff-Showdown, we’re giving away an Apple iPad to the publisher who writes the best review of Kontera. Additionally, we’re also giving away a $100 Amazon.com gift card!

Here’s what you can do to win:


  1. Write an honest review of Kontera summarizing your positive experience using our In-Text Ads on your site.
  2. The specific qualities we’re looking for in the review is depth of knowledge, understanding of our core technology, and that special touch that communicates everything that’s great about Kontera in your own unique voice.
  3. Be sure to include a link directing your readers to Kontera.
  4. Post your review on your website.

Next, post the URL of your review, as a comment in the contest’s Facebook thread.

The best review chosen by Kontera will award its author with a brand new 16GB iPad!

You also get a vote! After you post a link to your review as a comment on Facebook, your friends and fellow publishers will be able to vote for your entry by "Liking" it. The publisher whose link generates the most Facebook "Likes" by the end of the month will be awarded a $100 Amazon gift card.

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