Online Launch Party May 1: Win $100 Amazon.com Gift Card

amazon $100 gift card imageTo celebrate the launch of Hippocampus Magazine, we’re giving away $100 to one lucky reader. To be eligible to win, simply interact with us at our online launch party.

We’ll keep track of all comments of substance (meaning, we just don’t want you to say, “Cool!), tweets and retweets, and Facebook shares throughout the day*. On May 2, 2011, we’ll use a random online number generator to choose the winner. The more time you comment or tweet, the more entries you get.

We’ll announce the winner on our blog and through Twitter and Facebook, as well as contact the winner directly through the most appropriate means. For example, a direct message on Twitter or message on Facebook; however, if we have access to winners email address through a comment, we’ll contact that way.

The $100 Amazon.com gift card will be delivered to the winner through email once winner and his or her contact information is confirmed. We hope our lucky winner will share with us later what he or she purchased with the prize money!

*In order for us to track interactions off-site (Facebook and Twitter), you will need to tag “Hippocampus Magazine”. Otherwise, we will not be able to know if you’ve interacted. Make sense? We’ll search for all mentions, all day.

Let us know you’ll be reading Hippocampus Magazine at the online launch party here.

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  • So, it’s 1:13 Eastern time and I already have about a dozen entries recorded! I’ll be busy keeping track. Don’t forget to tag us in posts off-site so that we can make sure we count you in!

  • Note: To prevent spam, we use Disquis to manage comments. You should be able to post your comments without registering or including your email address. Thanks for your understanding and interaction!

  • Oh, I’ve tweeted and facebooked each story. I will have to go back and redo them.

    • Oh – no you don’t have to. I was just answering someone’s question about email address in comments. No worries!