SEO Challenge...Is it really a challenge or scam contest?

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Any one of you tried to enter into seo contest?

My wife Mers Dalangin which is also a warrior member tried to join the SEO Contest for Kabonfootprint and she got one of the first page now even though she started late in the contest. I teach her the right way in doing SEO that is why she can move little by little to the top but suddenly the contest canceled today.

It's her first try to this contest just to prove to me that she learned a lesson. Now he learned a lesson, a big lesson.

Here's the link of the cancellation:
Just to inform you guys about this experience.

At least she learned a lesson. If you knew someone who also entered this contest then give that link. Replace the hxxp to http.

Best Regards,

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