By Kristen Squires ClearRiver Advertising & Marketing account service representative
Part Three: Online Contests by Ivor Tossell, Special to Globe and Mail Update
Part Two: Online Contests by Ivor Tossell, Special to Globe and Mail Update
Part One: Online Contests by Ivor Tossell, Special to Globe and Mail Update
by Louise Lee, The Wall Street Journal
by Debbie Bruce, Mississauga.com
by Martin Knelman, TheStar.com
by W.Brice McVicar, The Intelligencer
by Rose Panieri, The Herald News
by Ellen Roseman
Nissan’s groundbreaking Cube launch illustrates how, in the age of social media, following the letter of the contest law isn’t enough
by Matt Semansky, Marketing Magazine
by John Heinzl, Globe and Mail
by The Associated Press
by Kirsten McIntyre, NEWS 9
by Albert McKeon Staff Writer, Nashua Telegraph
by Kevin Cowherd, baltimoresun.com
by Traci Rader, Times Correspondent
‘Sweepers’ clean up
You can too, they say, in ever-more-popular sweepstakes. But bagging the big win takes work.
by Natalie Pompilio, for The Inquirer
by Tim Gelles, Gazette.Net Maryland Community Newspapers Online
Easy money, but hard living
More people drawn to contests and sweepstakes as economic times get tough, but winners find prizes come at a price
by Dahleen Glanton, Chicago Tribune correspondent
by Lawrence Walsh, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
by James Daw, TheStar.com
by Ron Claiborne and Michael Milberger
by Jason Smith, The Facts.com
Canoe Network, cnews
Winner Takes All
Inside the prize-filled trophy home of a seemingly obsessive compulsive contest enterer
by Caitlin E. Curran, The Phoenix
by Kelly Young, Your Jacksonville Daily Progress
by Lana Verco, The Sydney Morning Herald
by Adrian Savage
by Susan Gilmore, Seattle Times staff reporter
by Paula Lloyd, McClatchy Newspapers
by Hillary Wundrow, Daily News staff writer
by Aaron Kinney, InsideBayArea.com
by Nathan Lindquist, The Register-Mail
by Murray Whyte/Toronto Star
by Susanne Ruder, From the December 2006 issue of PROFIT magazine.
by Frank Mastropolo
Hollywood, the I.R.S. Is Watching
Hollywood celebrities who show up at awards ceremonies and leave with armloads of booty can expect one more item with their gift baskets: a tax form.
Roll up rim to win without a coffee
If the Roll Up The Rim To Win contest at Tim Hortons has become a Canadian spring ritual, then surely the number of people expected to cop free cups to play is a national shame.
$1 million kick
Toronto – Brian Diesbourg made the kick that mattered Thursday night.
A new breed of enter-to-win enthusiasts are answering all the skill-testing questions they can in order to win big.
by Ross Marowits, Canoe Network (CNEWS)
by Renee Huang, The Globe and Mail
Into Manhattan last week trooped 221 delegates to the National Contesters’ Association’s fourth annual convention.