The title of this post is pretty self-explanatory but here we go anyway:
100WordAnime now has a Facebook page!
Okay, so setting up the page is all well and good but I will need to actually do something with it, so that is clearly my next challenge because otherwise I’ll have a page that serves no purpose just sitting out there in cyber space with all the other abandoned pages…
However, that’s not something I’m going to worry about right now. Right now I am celebrating another step for 100WordAnime with the only kind of competition I can actually run at this point and time.
A blog post written by me on any anime related topic for you.
I know, it’s kind of lame as a prize but it is all I have. However, there are a few minor conditions:
01: The post will be between 200 – 500 words.
02: The post will be emailed to an email address of your choosing within 7 days of you sending details of the topic to me via my contact page.
03: If you specify a single anime as the topic and I have not watched it, I will request a different topic. Realistically, it would be best just to give an anime related question that I can choose example anime to discuss but that is ultimately your choice.
04: I will not provide images to go with the post, however you may choose to add images.
05: You do not have to actually use the post on your blog. I don’t know exactly what else you would do with it, but you are not obliged in any way to publish it in any form should you choose not to.
06: If you do choose to publish the post, you will need to credit me as the author and a link back to my blog.
So how can you be in the running to ‘win’ this ‘amazing’ prize?
Visit my new and fairly empty Facebook page and like or follow the page by midnight on the 19th of August. (oh and ensure that you aren’t preventing people from seeing that you’ve liked the page because otherwise I won’t know who you are).
I will add all the names of people who like or follow the page into a random list generator on the 20th and whoever ends up at the top of the list will be the ‘winner’.
And that’s pretty much it for this post. But…
If you happen to have any advice, tips or ideas for how someone actually effectively uses a Facebook page, be sure to let me know because it is quite a steep learning curve and I still haven’t got my head around Twitter.
Thanks for reading.
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