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Giveaway: $50 Gift Card

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Don’t fret if you didn’t win yesterday’s giveaway. This is Giveaway May at Consumerism Commentary, so every weekday this month, I will have something new to giveaway. Yesterday, I selected a winner randomly from among those who properly entered by leaving a comment answering the question within the allotted time frame. Today’s challenge will be slightly different.

Like yesterday, I have a $50 gift card to give to a reader. Again, the rules for qualifying are simple.

RSS feeds help you read full articles from websites that publish frequently, like Consumerism Commentary. You can use web-based, desktop-based, and mobile software to subscribe. My favorite software for organizing RSS feeds online is Google Reader, but Bloglines is another popular choice. On my iPad, I use Flipboard, but this generally ties into other RSS readers like Google Reader.

Here is how to enter today’s giveaway for the $50 gift card.

  1. Subscribe to the Consumerism Commentary RSS feed using your favorite RSS reader. You can use these buttons to add Consumerism Commentary directly into your favorite software, and if you’re already a subscriber, you can skip this step.
  2. Look for the phrase of the day at the end of the latest articles in your RSS reader.
  3. Email the phrase of the day to [email protected] by 10:00 PM Eastern Time tonight, May 3, 2011.

I will select the winner randomly from among the emails I receive with the correct phrase of the day, and I’ll contact the winner by email within the next few days. You must meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the Giveaway May introduction in order to win. If you haven’t emailed the correct answer by 10:00 PM Eastern Time, look forward to the next giveaway.

Updated June 23, 2016 and originally published May 3, 2011.

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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avatar 1 Anonymous

Hopefully I win today! I missed yesterday’s time cut-off!

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avatar 2 lynn

Guess I’ll have to learn how to use twitter today!

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