TwitterMoms and ServiceLive
have teamed up to bring you a fun blogging program, asking for "5 things on your 'Honey-do' list that never get done.
" Have you been wishing your leaking shower head would be fixed? Does your carpet need a good steam clean but you just can't get around to it? Do your gutters need to be cleaned out but no one has time for that? Between work and all the daily family activities and chores that need to get done, there's just not enough time in the day to start on your Honey-do list. ServiceLive wants to help you tackle those tasks and is giving away $100 in ServiceLive Bucks to the first 50 qualified participants! Two random qualified submissions will receive a grand prize: $250 in ServiceLive Bucks!How it works:
Create a post on your blog about "5 things on your 'Honey-do' list that never get done" in 500 words or less. Post the campaign widget
inside your blog post. Then follow the rest of the requirements below. The first 50 qualified submissions will receive $100 in ServiceLive Bucks (to be redeemed on ServiceLive.com). Two random qualified participants will receive the grand prize of $250 ServiceLive Bucks (these will be randomly selected from all participants, not just the first 50).
Your posts will be collected and featured on http://honeydo.twittermoms.com
, and distributed across the web for all to see. The blogging program starts on May 4, 2010 and the submission window closes at 11:59pm PST on May 17, 2010. We will contact the people whose submissions have been selected on or about May 20, 2010. Please review terms and conditions here
The first 50 qualified submissions will receive $100 in ServiceLive Bucks (to be redeemed on ServiceLive.com).
In addition, two random qualified submissions will receive a grand prize: $250 in ServiceLive Bucks. Requirements:
To participate, we ask that you:
1. Create a blog post on your blog sharing "5 things on your 'Honey-do' list that never get done."
2. Include at least one clearly labeled link back to this discussion page in your post, so your readers can learn more, and include it in your disclosure message regarding what prompted your post.
Participants must include the following disclaimer
as a footnote of their post:
“I wrote this blog post while participating in the TwitterMoms and ServiceLive blogging program to be eligible to receive $100 in ServiceLive Bucks. For more information on how you can participate, click here
.” (include this link to the discussion page: http://www.twittermoms.com/forum/topics/tell-us-whats-on-your-honeydo
3. Install the campaign widget
in the side bar of your blog Get widget here
4. Log on to your Twitter account, www.twitter.com
, and send a tweet with the hashtag #ServiceLive
and a link to your blog post.
5. Return to www.TwitterMoms.com
and post a comment on this discussion page in the comments section below, including an active link to your qualifying blog post and a link to your Twitter tweet. (You can click on the date/time link below your tweet to get the direct link to your tweet.) Eligibility:
No purchase required to participate. You must be a legal resident of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia, have a personal blog and be a registered user of the www.twittermoms.com
websites to participate and at least 18 years of age or older at time of submission. See Terms and Conditions
. More About ServiceLive
ServiceLive is the first online marketplace that allows homeowners and businesses to name their price or request bids for a wide variety of home services, and the list of available services is getting wider every day. ServiceLive was designed to erase the headaches and hassles of getting services done for both the service buyer and the service pro. Use ServiceLive to take care of landscaping for summer, setting up your home office, plumbing problems, repainting the bedroom, HVAC repairs, cleaning those hard to reach gutters, and much more! Visit ServiceLive.com for more info