PressDisplay Mystery Contest: Challenge 2 – Find an “interesting” headline!
Hey there newspapers junkies! Just a quick thank you to everyone who submitted an entry to the first PressDisplay Mystery Contest challenge (scavenger hunt). We hope you had fun with it! The scavenger hunt entry form and its associated bonus form will be available for the duration of the contest to all new participants.
So, now that you’re all bona fide PressDisplay users ;), it’s time to get going on another challenge!
For the second challenge, we’ll be asking you to scour the over 1,900 newspapers available through PressDisplay (front pages only as usual for the purposes of the contest) for an “interesting” headline!
Now, we realize that one person’s interesting may very well be another person’s boring, hence the quotation marks. The great thing is subjectivity is the name of the game. All you need to do is explore PressDisplay and send us a headline YOU find interesting along with the specific publication you found it in and date it was published – it’s really that easy!
Just like the previous challenge, there’s also a new bonus form available which means more chances for you to win! And just a quick tip – sharing your “interesting” headline/article as your bonus form entry means you can kill two birds with one stone. Convenient, eh? 🙂
Remember that you need to be registered and signed into the PressDisplay Blog to view each challenge form and bonus form. For details on how to sign up to the PressDisplay Blog, get started with PressDisplay.com or for complete contest rules and requirements, please click here.
NOTE: THE PRESSDISPLAY MYSTERY CONTEST ENDED ON NOVEMBER 11, 2011 AT NOON PST. THANKS FOR PARTICIPATING!