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When you think of the word “bribe”, what comes to mind? 

If you're like most people, bribe conjures up visions of “cops on the take” or some other form of illegal activity.

But I believe that bribes can be ethical under the right circumstances.

How can a bribe be ethical, you may ask?

I'd say when it satisfies these 2 criteria:

1.  It's not illegal, and

2.  You get something of value in return for your action

My Ethical Bribe To You

Many of you know that our blog is competing against other Network Marketing blogs in the Top 50 MLM Blogs Contest, sponsored by

We're into the final 48 hours of the contest, and I am thrilled to tell you that we are currently holding the #10 position.

While this is amazing and we are so grateful to everyone who voted for us, we'd love to see if we could move up a bit higher before the close of the contest.

That's when I got this idea….

Your Private Invitation

In discussing with some other bloggers how we could offer something of value in exchange for a vote (our “ethical bribe”), we hit upon what I believe is a great idea….

A Private Invitation to an Exclusive, Intimate All Access Blogging Q&A Webinar with a group of stellar bloggers who can help you get your blog going if you're a beginner, all the way to helping advanced bloggers dominate their niche.

There will be something for everyone and I promise, you won't be disappointed.

Who will be on this webinar?

Mavis Nong of Attraction Marketing Online

Vanessa Duplessie of

Ken Pickard of The Network Dad

Sandy Moore of

and of course, ME!

This represents years and years of blogging experience and it won't cost you a cent.

What Will It Cost?

Simply a vote.

If you vote for just one of us in the remaining hours of the contest (ends Dec 1, 2011 at midnight), you'll receive your special invitation to this private event.

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How Do I Vote?

Again, very simply.

1.  Follow this link to my voting page.

2.  Scroll to the bottom of the page.

3.  Type in your name and email address, and a short comment about myself or my blog.

4.  Rate us 5-stars

5.  Click Submit Comment

Couldn't be any easier.

And while you're there, consider voting for the rest of the group as well.


Thank You

This is our way of saying thanks for supporting us all year long and especially in this blogging contest.

You guys are incredibly awesome and we are honored that you spend your valuable time here, with us!

    4 replies to "Can a Bribe be Ethical?"

    • Laur A. Bundberg

      Looks like bribe is really ethical because it comes out of my own pocket in opposite to stealing that comes from someone else´s pocet 🙂

    • Adrienne

      I’m with Ilka Bob. I’ve already commented and voted so do I still get an invitation? I also didn’t know if we could vote more than once. That’s why I haven’t been back because it wasn’t clear. Will be more than happy to vote again, just let me know and I’m on it.

      Best of luck to you Bob, you are very deserving of this recognition.


    • David Leonhardt

      Just voted for you. I voted for Mavis a few days ago. Best of luck to both of you.

    • Ilka Flood

      Hi Bob and Rosemary,

      Nice bribe! What if I already voted for you guys (and you didn’t even have to bribe me) will I still get an invitation? Just wondering 🙂

      Like I already said on my vote…”You guys always churn out great value.”

      Hope you’ll be climbing up before the contest will be closed. Good luck to you both!!


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