Apple iPad Facebook Drawing

RateDiary Facebook Contest

RateDiary Facebook Drawing

At RateDiary, we’re nothing if not attentive, and we have noticed something very odd.

While our Twitter contest has over 40 likes in 11 days, our Facebook contest has a grand total of… 1 like. And that “like” was us.

So, our greatest minds got on the case, analyzing the situation backwards, forwards, sideways, and in every diagonal direction you could think of, and came up with a startling conclusion.

The Facebook contest was too complicated.

Therefore, we have revised the Facebook contest, along with the rules of it, as follows.

The prize is the same as before, an Apple iPad, but this time, getting a chance at it is a lot simpler. The first step has already been followed by about 39 people. Don’t worry guys, this step includes all people who have already followed it, as well as all people who follow it for the next 90 days.

What is the magical first step? “Like” RateDiary on Facebook. Simple as that.

The second step isn’t much harder, take this Note (on Facebook) and Share it on your public Facebook feed, to let other people know about our great contest.

So, to recap

  1. “Like” us on Facebook
  2. Share this note on your public Facebook feed

This contest has a deadline! On May 26, 2013 the clock stops. We will collect all names of people who have completed the two simple tasks we have assigned them. All those usernames go into a party bag (We would have used a fancy hat, but the fancy hat has a contract with our Twitter contest) and one is pulled out. That person is the winner!

Much easier, don’t you think? And hey, if you share the note with a creative message, we might even collect it to display in a list on our page. We love a good chuckle, and we’re sure your friends will appreciate something clever as well.

Looking forward to seeing what you have to say!

–The RateDiary Team

P.S. Complete revised terms and conditions available here.

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