We held the Sweeva Surf Party at the “wrong” time yesterday and on the “wrong” day and, despite this, we still set records.
We, well you guys actually, set a new Sweeva Surf Party record for the most number of individuals getting their pages seen during the hour-long event.
We had 38 different people all getting their pages seen and that is totally awesome. There were actually so many of you that both Jon and I ran out of space on our our “official ledgers of record-keeping” and would have been forced to write on our hands if any more people came along.
Interestingly there were a lot of pages from CTP Team members where the members were advertising things other than their teams.
There is nothing wrong with that – people can advertise whatever they like, but it did get me thinking.
I think it would be fair to count a page for the CTP Teams contest if it:
- was a page specifically advertising or promoting the Team in question.
- was a page advertising or promoting any product or service but also had the logo of the advertiser’s team clearly visible on it.
For example not all of Matt’s pages were promoting his team this week – nothing wrong with that at all. However if the non-team pages contained the SurfAholics Alpha logo and said something like “Matt is a proud members of SurfAholics Alpha” then I would have no problem putting a checkmark against that page in the teams contest.
This could even lead to the possibility of CTP Teams sponsoring pages. “This page was brought to you by SurfAholics Alpha or The Strays or Lucky 13 etc” Now that is an interesting possibility?
So who won what this week?
- Lucky 13 – 21 pages – 50k xp
- (=2 ) Surfaholics Alpha – 15 pages – 25k XP
- (=2) CSN – 15 pages – 25k XP
- Surf To Earn – 4 pages – 10k XP
- Boris – 12 pages – 50k XP
- Matt Badura – 11 pages – 25k XP
- Walter Mulder – 9 pages – 10k XP
- (=3) William Miller – 9 pages – 10k XP
Well done everyone and thanks for all who took part as you helped to make this week’s Sweeva Surf Party another huge success.