Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Contest’
Twitter is a fantastic place to host a contest. You have a direct line to your customers and fans, you can easily set a time limit, and you can even use a hashtag to track it easily. However, there are some things you’ve got to consider when setting up your Twitter contest, or else the scammers, hackers, and otherwise deceptive people will start coming out of the woodwork and ruin all your best intentions.
Simply Marketing is running a contest on Twitter, with the grand prize of an iPad going to the person who can generate the most Twitter buzz for their newest product, Twhistler.
The Super Bowl packs the stadium, sees the most HDTV sales of the year, and has advertisers drooling over the $3 million 30-second TV ads that run during the commercial break – and now it’s a social media phenomenon, too. Advertisers are flocking to Twitter to run innovative campaigns during the weeks and months leading up to the Super Bowl, offering hefty prizes in an effort to augment their TV presence.