September 11, 2009

posted by: Cacai M.

The latest contest buzz is here! Would you like to win new 8GB iPod Touch(Retail $239) or a brand new Macbook (Retail $999 )? Then this is your chance. Enter Netfirms contest to win those cool amazing prizes. A very easy contest to enter. First way to enter is simply retweeting this contest. One retweet equals entry for one day. The contest will be running from September 9th to October 7th 2009. So, there are many chances, 24 days to go from now to October 7, so there are 22 entries if you will retweet the contest starting today. How to retweet? Simply tweet this out: "Win a #free iPod Touch or MacBook from the @Netfirms #contest. Domain registration services via Twitter". As easy as that, copy and paste the highlighted red phrase and retweet(one per day until October 7, '09)!

The second or another way of entering the contest is through registering a domain name via the Netfirms Twitter Domain Registration service for $7.99. One domain registered equals one entry. How it works? Just send a Direct Message to Netfirms via Twitter asking to register a domain name for you. If the domain name is available, Netfirms will register it for you and automatically add it to your existing Netfirms Control Panel and bill to your current billing profile. The only prerequisite is that you add your Twitter username to your Netfirms Control Panel. Please visit Netfirms tutorial with full details on setting yourself up for domain registration via Twitter. The instructions should be completed once only and you are good to go after that. The following is the step by step process:

1. Log in to your Twitter account (You can use any of the available Twitter apps)
2. Send a dm to @netfirms with the following: reg
3. We will confirm by replying to you via dm at which point the domain will be added to your Netfirms Control Panel. The domain is now ready to be used.

That is it, simple and very easy steps to enter.


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