Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Parties’
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When: Friday August 5, 2011 – 3:00PM PST to 4:00PM PST
Winners picked at end of promotion period
Where: Follow @DelightfulToni
Prizes: (4) Four $100 Visa gift cards & (4) 1-year LifeLock Memberships will be awarded to participants of Twitter party; winners selected at random
Please visit the following link for the complete #LifeLockIQ Twitter Party Disclosure and Official Rules
Lifelock is providing the giveaway prize(s) for the August 5, 2011 Twitter Party, at no cost to Delightful Toni. The giveaway portion of the Twitter Party is not administered in any way by Lifelock or its affiliates, but solely by Delightful Toni. Any questions or comments regarding this promotion should be addressed to Delightful Toni.
Delightful Toni has been sponsored by Lifelock for hosting the August 5 Twitter Party; however, the opinions expressed on Lifelock products and services by Delightful Toni editors and bloggers are their own and are not reviewed or edited in any way by Lilfelock or its affiliates.
Information collected for the purposes of this Twitter Party will only be used to contact the winner(s) and will not be sold or given to any third party. (For more information, see our Privacy Policies and Terms and Conditions.)
This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. Entrants must be a follower of @LifeLock on www.Twitter.com and include the specified #LifeLockIQ hashtag in their response. The giveaway portion of the Twitter Party will close at 4:00 pm (PST) on Friday, August 5. Potential winners will be notified by a Twitter Direct Message from @Lifelock. Failure to respond to the initial notification message within 48 hours will result in disqualification. Unclaimed prizes will not be awarded.
The winners will be chosen from a random drawing among all participants tweeting the correct answers to the Trivia Tweets initiated by Delightful Toni during the Twitter Party. Only one response from a given Twitter handle to a single Trivia Tweet will be entered in the drawing. Void where prohibited.
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DATE: July 14th, 2011
TIME: 8:00 p.m. Eastern
RSVP LINK: http://twtvite.com/CreativityForKids
TWEETGRID LINK: http://bit.ly/mMPYuN
HOST/SPONSOR: @DelightfulToni and @Creativity4Kids
• Four (4) $25 Visa Gift Cards to buy the Creativity for Kids Pack you like best
• Creativity For Kids Gift Baskets
Gift Basket #1 Award Winners [Monster Trucks Custom Shop, Money Monster Banks, Wind Up Workshop Robots]
Gift Basket #2 ShrinkyDinks [Shrinky Dinks Fairy Garden, Shrinky Dinks Monster Lab, Shrinky Dinks Deluxe]
Gift Basket #3 Travel Kits [3 various Travel Color and ARTivity Book PLUS the Cool Metallics Pictures and Designs Coloring and ARTivity Book]
Gift Basket #4 Rainy Day Activities [Sparkling 3D Paint Activity Kit, Make Your Own Lip Balm, Pretty Pedicure Salon]
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• $250 Target Gift Card
• Five (5) $25 Target Gift Cards
• Huggies (or Kimberly Clark) products
Join @MomBloggersClub and myself @DelightfulToni for this great party! RSVP by clicking the image above!
One of the things I really can’t stand is poor customer service and people doing a job who had no idea how to do it. Something I would normally never do is rip apart a brand on my blog. This site was never intended for that but after over 2 years of dealing with bad pitches and replies from Brands, today’s incident really ticked me off. I really need to speak up about it. I also think it is important when addressing a total stranger to be careful. You never know who is on the other end.
One of our favorite restaurants to eat at locally is Golden Corral. The boys and I eat there several times a month and we always have a good time. We have been going there for so long, I have seen several of the waitress’ carry their babies to term. I really wanted to cover the restaurant on my blog to share with my readers what a great place it was. So I searched and sent them a Tweet on Twitter. I had emailed from their website in the past but I never received a reply.
Within a few minutes I received an email that they were following me. I was thrilled they followed so quickly! I thought I was pretty nice and professional and was excited to talk to them. The conversation went like this….. (Yes, I did laugh at their reply because I was completely shocked)
After being annoyed and very disappointed with their reply I sent out a tweet. I never named the company in any of my tweets. I simply quoted what they said to me. I began talking to a fellow Mom about it. Again, I never named the Brand and I never intended to. My friend and I sent a few tweets back and forth and then I received this DM from Golden Corral.
I sat there for a moment looking at my screen in complete amazement. Did they really just reply after they saw I clearly expressed my disappointment in the response I received? I didn’t say anything extremely negative about them in my initial tweet. I simply said, “I just thought it was extremely poor social media skills on there part. We eat this place several time a month. No more”. I really wasn’t going to reply to the DM but the fact that they had the nerve to insinuate that I was some how out of line ticked me off. I sent them a reply which read “Certainly not a mockery, and neither your original reply or your follow up was professional. Take Care”. Mock·er·y – An absurd misrepresentation or imitation of something, does this post explain it better for you? I believe I was pretty accurate.
As of today, the boys and I will never eat at Golden Corral again.
Perhaps Golden Corral should take a page out of Friendly’s book on how to interact on twitter. Better yet, maybe they should hire my awesome friend Mark Murnahan to show them the proper way to use social media to gain more customers instead of lose them.