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We’re all guilty of eating too much chocolate at Christmas. However, these particular chocolates deserve to be lingered on. The Sleekster Classic Christmas Luxe Selection, from everybody’s favourite chocolatier Hotel Chocolat, contains 40 of the finest examples of confectionary you could ever hope to taste. There are mulled wine truffles, caramels, cinnamon pralines and many, many more. And best of all, they’re absolutely free!

Win luxury chocolates courtesy of theEword

To celebrate the success of theEworkshops, our free SEO training sessions, we are giving away a delicious Hotel Chocolat selection box. So what will it take to win this mouth-watering prize?

Well, as you can see, theEword cookie jar has been overrun by search engine spiders (you can’t hide anything from Google these days):

How to enter theEworkshop competition

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning the Hotel Chocolat selection box is:
  1. Follow @theEword on Twitter
  2. @ mention us with how many search engine spiders you think are in the cookie jar

Whoever gets the closest wins the Sleekster Classic Christmas Luxe Selection, courtesy of theEword. Yes, it really is that simple!

Competition rules

Sadly, every competition needs a few rules and theEworkshop competition is no different. Please bear in mind the following:
  1. You need to be based in the UK (we’re not posting a box of chocolates to New Zealand, however tasty)
  2. You’re only allowed one guess
  3. You must have tweeted us with your guess by 12 noon on Friday, 17 December 2010

About theEworkshops

You may have already heard about theEworkshops. Since launching in November, our free SEO training sessions have proven very popular indeed. Jonathan Horlock, MD of Home Finder People said it was “easy to understand and not full of jargon”. Aaron Hussey, communications and events officer at All About Audiences, said his session was “really enjoyable and useful”. And Simon Frankham, of Traditional CMA, gave it 10 out of 10.

We’ve been so thrilled with the reception to theEworkshops, we’ve decided to put on more sessions in the new year. Two have been confirmed already – Wednesday, 12 January and Wednesday, 26 January 2011 – but more are being planned so keep checking theEworkshop page if you’re interested in coming along.

In the meantime, we’ve decided to spread some festive cheer by giving away some of the finest chocolates around. All we ask is that, if you do end up bagging the prize, remember to save us a chocolate!

Richard Frost

Written by Richard Frost

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