Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Multi-contest webservice

Beat the odds through volume
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There are thousands of free online contests. If you enter one, you aren't likely to win anything. If you enter all of them, you probably will win something. It's impossible to do that yourself, but there could be a website that would enter contests for you. You would just create an account with your personal information and the website would automatically enter you in all the contests in its database for which you are eligible.
whippinggas, Apr 09 2005

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       Thus making the incentive for those who offer the prizes (popularity/free advertising) non-existant. And thus the contests will be less in number, and as such, less winnable. Seeing as how this would result in the exact opposite of your hypthesis, I must bone this idea on merit.   

       But maybe just because you're a non-smoker.
Blumster, Apr 10 2005
  

       Okay, so I asked for that. I won't say anything more about smoking and we'll call it even.
whippinggas, Apr 10 2005
  
      
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