Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays: November 30th, 2010
Hey Swaggernauts – TSG thought it would be fun to experiment a little bit with the Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays (a.k.a. TTPTP), the contest where your creativity is rewarded with Swag Bucks (in addition to that warm, fuzzy feeling). Instead of all the bells and whistles, we’re going to keep it really simple.
- First, make sure you have a Twitter account, it’s free to create an account and sign up.
- Second, make sure you follow Swag Bucks.
- Third, create a message in 140 characters or less that has #TTPTP in it, along with whatever the TTPTP assignment is.
- Fourth, enter that message into the “What’s Happening” box on the Home screen. Hit the “Tweet” button to broadcast your message to the world, and sit back and wait for TSG to (hopefully) award you for your wit and creativity.
If you want to include @Swagbucks in your tweet, you can, but you have the same chance of winning either way. This week is a real challenge – write a haiku (in 140 characters or less). Haiku is a form of poetry in which you write 3 lines – one with 5 syllables, then one with 7 syllables and finally another line with 5 syllables. Your entry should look like this:
“Here is a sample/of a haiku that I wrote/I hope you like it! #ttptp”