Why I Love Social Media, Part 2

Yesterday I started a new series on my blog, “Why I Love Social Media.” This series is for all the folks that are resisting blogging, Twitter, Facebook, etc. because they are convinced that the internet is full of cunning predators. This series is hopefully will give them a taste of what they are missing out on.

Here’s a link to Part 1 (in case you missed it yesterday).

And without further ado, “Why I Love Social Media, Part 2.”

You can win free stuff. Checkout what I found in my Facebook inbox yesterday.

Congrats! You’ve won two tickets to the Decemberists at the Ryman

Between You and Lisaann Dupont
Please email me directly so we can make your ticket arrangements. Thanks.

-Lisaann Dupont
Ryman Auditorium, PR

Pretty cool, huh? I follow The Ryman on Twitter and they announced that they’d be giving away 2 tickets to the Decemberists‘ show. All I had to do to enter was join the Ryman’s Facebook group and RSVP that I’d be attending the concert. Lucky me (who am I kidding I have never won anything) walked away with free tickets to the show.

And if you are interested in winning free books, be sure to check out Michael Hyatt’s blog. Every Monday morning he posts book reviews and they often include book giveaways. Plus bloggers can also get Thomas Nelson books in exchange for agreeing to read and review at Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers.

Don’t take my word for it. Keep your eyes open and you’ll find that there are lots of opportunities to win free stuff through your social media networks.

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Lindsey has a sincere love for her precious dogs Molly and Maisy, a good red wine and the Delta Sky Club. She spends her days (and some nights) laboring to end childhood hunger at Feed the Children and to gather, equip and unleash women at IF:Gathering.

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