Vote here: Theme Madness 2011, Round 2 (Part 2)

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This week we will be running through Round 2 of Theme Madness, with the last half of Round 2 matches starting today. Today’s games will be:

All of the polls and instructions can be found just after the jump, so be sure to click through to have your voice heard. Voting will take place for the next 48 hours, and close at midnight on the 24th (Eastern Standard Time).

If you need a reminder, the rules can be found here. Good luck to everyone playing!

Themify vs. Elegant Themes

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @Themify or @ElegantThemes.
  • The home game: If either Themify or Elegant Themes start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

Dev4Press vs. iThemes

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @MilanGD or @iThemes.
  • The home game: If either Dev4Press or iThemes start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

Mojo Themes vs. Templatic

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @Mojo_Themes or @Templatic.
  • The home game: If either Mojo Themes or Templatic start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

WPZoom vs. Wonder Themes

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @WPZoom or @WonderThemes.
  • The home game: If either WPZoom or WonderThemes start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

Catalyst Theme vs. Headway Themes

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @CatalystTheme or @HeadwayThemes.
  • The home game: If either Catalyst Theme or Headway Themes start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

Gorilla Themes vs. DIYThemes

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @GorillaThemes or @DIYThemes.
  • The home game: If either Gorilla Themes or DIYThemes start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

KreativeThemes vs. Press75

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @KreativeThemes or @Press75.
  • The home game: If either KreativeThemes or Press75 start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

Standard Theme vs. ThemeFuse

Remember, along with this poll you can also vote two other ways:

  • The away game: Tweet your vote using the #wpmadness hashtag and mention either @StandardTheme or @ThemeFuse.
  • The home game: If either Standard Theme or ThemeFuse start up a post on their blog, your comment there will count as a vote as well.

Theme Madness 2011 Game Schedule

Bracket ABracket BBracket CBracket D
April 26AppThemes vs. Graph Paper Press

Elegant Theme vs. iThemes
ThemeForest vs. ThemeGarden

Mojo Themes vs. WPZoom
StudioPress vs. Theme Hybrid

Catalyst Theme vs. DIYThemes
Obox Themes vs. Pro Theme Design

Press75 vs. ThemeFuse
May 2To be determinedTo be determinedTo be determinedTo be determined
May 4To be determinedTo be determinedTo be determinedTo be determined

 

3 thoughts on “Vote here: Theme Madness 2011, Round 2 (Part 2)

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  3. Ryan:

    1. Have you considered posting some kind of bracket owner leaderboard? Not a real-time score tracker, but maybe a list of the 10-25 bracket scorers at the end of each round?

    2. Speaking of scores… How are you scoring the brackets? (Not the theme shop “games” — the people who entered the contest.) Are you using the 1-point per correct pick system, or do the points per pick increase in later rounds?

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