By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 27, 2009
Over the weekend, I decided that the Saturday Giveaway would be conducted through Twitter this time
What's up for grabs?
A 1-year Premium membership to Voices.com!
In order to qualify, you'll need to follow my instructions and get on the Twitter bandwagon.
"Saturday Giveaway: In 140 characters or less, tell me why you want a Premium membership to Voices.com. Reply to this tweet to enter."
On Saturday night, I was tweeting from PodCamp London's evening event at the Windermere Manor, and thought it would be cool to post the Saturday Giveaway through Twitter this time.
If you are interested in a chance to win a 1-year Premium membership from Voices.com, currently valued at $299, you will need to do the following:
1. If you are already on Twitter, reply to me @stephciccarelli and tell me why you want the membership in 140 characters or less.
2. If you are not yet on Twitter, you will need to:
a) Register for a free Twitter account at http://www.twitter.com
b) Follow me here at http://www.twitter.com/stephciccarelli
c) Message me by typing in @stephciccarelli and letting me know, in 140 characters or less, why you want a Voices.com Premium membership
On Twitter, you are able to let other people know what you are doing and you can also send people messages by using the @ symbol in front of their username. In my case, you'd be starting your message to me here @stephciccarelli .
Easy as that!
The winner will be announced on Saturday May 2, 2009 through Twitter and on my Facebook status.
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