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Twitter contests and tweetaways are more popular than ever before, with brands and bloggers auctioning off everything from tickets to hotel stays to their Twitter followers.
We’ve written before about some of the most extreme Twitter giveaways: back in June, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gave away a house to his three millionth Twitter follower, and in April William Shatner treated his millionth follower to dinner in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Trying to convince folks to try out Twitter? Here’s a great reason: There are crazy rich, famous and powerful people on there and sometimes they give things away to followers. It’s true.
In April we told you about William Shatner taking his one millionth follower to dinner – and now we have this. A free house just for following a political figure on Twitter.
Yes, the world is crazy.