Twitter Sunday Spotlight: An Introduction

by th0ughts on October 17, 2009

As part of this blog’s rejuvenation, I’m coming up with an incentive to all my new and existing readers especially those who have presence on Twitter to take a shot at this opportunity to be featured on this blog for free.

I couldn’t think of anything more appealing than getting featured on a blog without paying a single dime. Plus, being featured will give you the perks of being tweeted, and getting a free backlink to your site or blog.

Having to introduce yourself and your business through a blog feature increases your chances of expanding your reach into a wider audience. Aside from this, you’ll also get a free mention to my other blog—Software Critics.

You might be asking, how do I get featured to this site? Very simple, all you have to do is tweet this post on your Twitter account and every tweet counts as an entry. The more tweets you send, the more chances that you’ll get featured. The lucky tweeter will be chosen through random.org and will be featured starting tomorrow 18 October 2009.

JAY Z!

Twitter Sunday Spotlight is a simple act of kindness that will go on every Sunday as a new regular segment on this blog. After the first featured profile, new entries will be accepted starting every Monday with cut-off every Friday 11:59 PM EST.

The lucky Twitter user will get a DM once he/she wins so I can get some information that he/she feels like sharing. Of course, you will not receive my DM unless you follow me on Twitter.

Anything goes here, so you can flaunt whatever you want!

So, what are you waiting for? Tweet this post now and get featured tomorrow!

All Entries for today closes at 11:59 PM EST. Late entries will be counted for the following week. Good luck!

Got questions? Leave it at the comment’s section.

Winner for this week has already been chosen. If you wanted to be featured on this blog for the succeeding weeks, all you have to do is bookmark this page and tweet this post (pls. include @SoftwareCritics on your tweet for tracking). Cut-off starts at every 12:01 AM EST Sunday til Saturday at 11:59 PM EST.

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