Mother's Day Twitter Giveaway!

We love books. And we love moms. So what better way to combine our two loves than with a Mother’s Day themed book giveaway?
Today through Thursday, we’re giving away one book a day to a lucky Twitter follower who gives the best answer to our tweeted question about Mom. The daily winner will be announced at 8pm EST each day and will be chosen from the tweeted answers of that particular day.
We’re also giving away a Grand Prize on Friday (5/7/10) — a year’s supply of books (that’s 12 free books!). The winner for the Grand Prize will be chosen RANDOMLY from all the tweeted answers of the entire week. The Grand Prize winner will be announced at 8pm EST on Friday.
To take part in our book giveaway, here’s what you need to do:
Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/Luludotcom
Answer each daily question about your Mom
Use the hashtag #LuluMom in your answer
RT our question to your followers for some hilarious twitter dialogue
Remember, there’s no limit on daily tweets. Your chances of winning the Grand Prize increase with each tweeted answer so tweet as much as you can! Be funny and clever – it increases your chances of winning the daily prize and helps us understand why your Mom thinks you are so special.
See? Following us on Twitter really does have its perks!

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We love books. And we love moms. So what better way to combine our two loves than with a Mother’s Day themed book giveaway?

Today through Thursday, we’re giving away one book a day (up to $20 value) to a lucky Twitter follower who gives the best answer to our tweeted question about Mom. The daily winner will be announced at 8pm EST each evening and will be chosen from the tweeted answers of that particular day.

We’re also giving away a Grand Prize on Friday (5/7/10) — a year’s supply of books (that’s 12 free books – a value of $240!). The winner for the Grand Prize will be chosen RANDOMLY from all the tweeted answers of the entire week and will be announced at 8pm EST on Friday.

To take part in our book giveaway, here’s what you need to do:

  • Answer each daily question about your Mom
  • Use the hashtag #LuluMom in your answer
  • RT our question to your followers for some hilarious twitter dialogue

Remember, there’s no limit on daily tweets. Your chances of winning the Grand Prize increase with each tweeted answer so tweet as much as you can! Be funny and clever – it increases your chances of winning the daily prize and helps us understand why your Mom thinks you are so special.

See? Following us on Twitter really does have its perks!

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4 Comments

  1. I understand the goal of your contest is to get Lulu’s name out as much as possible but making it an advantage to send multiple messages is asking your loyal followers to cross the line into spamming their own followers.

    Food for thought. I like the “enter once a day” limit myself.

  2. I understand where you are coming from Janet, but if the answer is directed @luludotcom, then a majority of your followers probably won’t even see the response.

  3. Sir Paco

    I’ve been following this contest and am puzzled as to why some of these winners were chosen? Some of the mid-day tweets were much funnier, than the final winners. I know that humor is subjective, but please allow other people to judge at Lulu, so that it can be more fair and diverse. I personally do not get most of the humor, but that just shows me, that you and I have different taste and therefor, my chance of winning is very slim.

  4. Hello Sir Paco,
    I am thrilled that you’ve been participating in all the fun! We’ve received a great response so far, and the competition is stiff. As you mentioned, choosing the “best” tweet of the day is tough, because it is subjective and there have been so many great tweets to choose from. The final Grand Prize, awarded Friday, will be chosen randomly from every tweet during the week with #LuluMom in it – so the process of selecting a winner for the $240 LuluBux Grand Prize has nothing to do with preference, but everything to do with luck.

    I wish you luck, Sir Paco!

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