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Posted by: , 14:31 AEDT, Tue February 8, 2011
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Amazon gift certificates are up for grabs for those that like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter

Digital Digest recently jumped on the social media bandwagon, with our very own Facebook page as well @ddigest on Twitter. All the latest news articles, blogs and posts in our "deals & freebies" section will get posted or tweeted, with the occasional exclusive posts, making it by far the easiest way to keep track of all things Digital Digest related.

To celebrate the fact that it took us so long to catch up to everyone else, we're launching a competition in which you can win $20 Amazon gift certificates simply by liking us on Facebook, or following us on Twitter.

The number of prizes depends on the number of followers we get, so with 50 followers, there will be 5 prizes, 10 prizes for 100 and so on, up to 15 prizes in total (or more, depending on how well it goes. The competition is open until March 8th 23:59 GMT, and the winners will be drawn then.. Not bad a couple of mouse clicks!

And to make it even simpler, you don't even need to go to our Facebook or Twitter page to like/follow, as we've included these useful buttons below for doing it right here.

Good luck!

Update: The prize draw has just taken place, and you can see the list of winners here. Thanks to all who entered!

 

 


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