Win an iPod Touch or MacBook with this exciting ‘Tweet’ contest!

Twitter has been the phenomenon of the decade.

Since going online in 2006, the website is one of the 50 most popular websites on the Internet, according to Alexa web traffic analysis (currently ranked #15). Celebrities have come on board Twitter and fans can find out exactly what’s going on in their lives.

Businesses, particuarly TV news organizations have also engaged Twitter for it’s ability to reach out to the general public. It’s not uncommon for Twitter to go down due to excessive use.

Smooth Jazz and More became a part of the Twitter revolution earlier this year. Listeners can keep track of everything from our latest playlist adds, to blog entries, just what’s on our mind.

Now Twitter is becoming a source to advertise. One company is making domain name registration faster by utilizing the popular social networking site.

Netfirms, a website company, is encouraging users to ‘Tweet’ a domain registration request to the Netfirms Twitter account. If the domain name is available, Netfirms will automatically register it and tweet a confirmation back to the customer.

There is a Netfirms contest taking place and the object is to get as many entries as possible for the contest.

For your chance to win one of 4 new iPod Touches or a Macbook, please do one of the following:

Tweet this out: “Win a #free iPod Touch or Macbook from the @Netfirms #contest. Domain registration services via Twitter http://bit.ly/yJfJK”

or

Register a domain name via the Netfirms Twitter Domain Registration service for $7.99. One retweet equals one entry per day. One domain registered equals one entry.

For a better understanding on how to do it, watch the video below.

Good Luck!!

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About smoothjazzandmore

I'm a TV producer and an Internet radio broadcaster. I also write for my blogs (An Op-Ed Blog and a Football Blog) here at WordPress.
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