Tweet a picture of you with Advertise.com’s iPad and it could be yours!
ad:tech San Francisco 2010; Booth No. 5869
SAN FRANCISCO – Advertise.com, a premier platform for search and display advertising announced the details of an upcoming Twitter contest it will run during ad:tech San Francisco, April 20-21, 2010. First prize is a new Apple iPad!
To enter, stop by the Advertise.com booth #5869 and take a picture of you holding Advertise.com’s iPad (we’ll even help you with your camera, phone or cameraphone). Upload the photo to Twitter and you will instantly be entered to win an Apple iPad. Simple, right?
WHAT: “I want an iPad from @advertisedotcom!” ad:tech San Francisco Edition
WHEN: April 20-21, 2010
WHERE: Advertise.com booth #5869
Advertise.com challenges ad:tech attendees to get their hands on an iPad at the Advertise.com booth #5869. To enter attendees must Tweet a picture of themselves holding the iPad.
The Tweet must include the photo or photo link, and the phrase “I want an iPad from @advertisedotcom #AdtechSF” without the quotes.
The Advertise.com team will chose a winner from published tweets and Tweet the winner’s handle from their handle @advertisedotcom. The winner can then claim their iPad from the Advertise.com team.
For more information go to blog.advertise.com, www.advertise.com, or follow on Twitter @advertisedotcom for regular updates.
Advertise.com is a premier platform for search and display marketing that enables advertisers to reach a wider audience through our exclusive network of search engines and publisher properties. Leading the charge in online advertising since 2001, Advertise.com connects thousands of advertisers with millions of consumers every day – now delivering more than 10 billion ad impressions each month.
Offering a range of high-quality pay-per-click advertising, local marketing, risk-free remarketing, and banner ad opportunities, Advertise.com is focused on providing the most effective, most affordable, and easiest-to-use search-and-display advertising platform in the industry.