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Contest Announcement: Clickinks.com Tuesday Trivia

6. August 2010 10:53 by Danielle Bernhard in clickinks, contest, facebook, giveaway, twitter, winners, free ink  //  Tags:   //   Comments (1)






Throughout August, Clickinks.com will be giving fans, friends and followers a chance to win free ink and toner.  Test your knowledge each Tuesday, with Clickinks Tuesday Trivia.

Follow Clickinks.com on Facebook and Clickinks Twitter (@Click_inks), and be prepared to win.  Trivia questions will be posted at a randomly selected time each Tuesday and the first Facebook comment plus first Twitter @ reply will each win 1,000 Clickinks Loyalty Reward Points.

Open to residents of US and Canada. 1 Facebook winner and 1 Twitter winner will win each week.  For every 1000 loyalty points accumulated you can redeem $10 off your next purchase at Clickinks.com.  Contest runs through August 31, 2010.

Name your printer model, win Free Ink - Clickinks Contest

8. July 2010 13:24 by Danielle Bernhard in clickinks, facebook, giveaway, twitter, winners, free ink  //  Tags:   //   Comments (0)








What printer model do you use? Epson WorkForce 600 inkjet? HP LaserJet 1020? Brother MFC Multi-function 420CN inkjet?

Let us know! Clickinks strives to supply ink and toner for all the most popular printers.
Post to our Facebook wall or comment on our contest status posted. A lucky winner will receive their ink cartridge!
For an additional entry, follow @Click_inks on Twitter and Tweet a message letting us know the name of your printer!

Open to residents of US and Canada. 1 Facebook winner plus 1 Twitter winner will be awarded their printer cartridge. Contest runs through July 31, 2010.

Clickinks March Madness Giveaway

I am so excited to announce a new Clickinks Giveaway! 

In February Clickinks held a popular Valentines Photo Contest, giving away an Apple iPod Touch to Valerie Blankenship of West Virginia. 

Now March has come, and Clickinks is mad about the giveaways! 

Make a wish and share!  Join the March Madness giveaway and let Clickinks make your wishes come true.  Let us know what you want and you may win your cart contents!




It is as simple as sharing your wish!

Become a fan on Facebook and Twitter, then share with us by post or tweet what you are wishing for. Save the items you would like in your shopping cart at Clickinks.com. At the end of March we will grant the wishes of 1 lucky winner!

Terms and Conditions
  1. The Sweepstakes entry period begins on March 1, 2010 and ends March 31, 2010.
  2. Clickinks.com shopping cart contents granted, up to $200!
  3. Open to all residents of US and Canada excluding employees of Clickinks.com and its affiliated companies.
  4. The winner will be drawn at random from all valid entries received.
  5. Clickinks.com reserves the right to substitute prizes of equal or greater value at any time.
  6. The winner agrees to use of their name and information to be associated with the drawing.

High tech burglars print a map of targets not home

17. February 2010 09:54 by Danielle Bernhard in clickinks, foursquare, print news, facebook, print map, pleaserobme, twitter  //  Tags:   //   Comments (3)
I admit it, I am a social media enthusiast. I began using Twitter even before main stream media, I use it both personally and professionally, and I honestly did a happy dance the day Foursquare opened up in my hometown.

Are we going too far? Last night as I was sitting home alone I saw a tweet from @PleaseRobMe. They called out my username and said I was not home. Talk about scare tactics. I try to be smart online, do not think the high tech burglars could find my home address to print, do not post anything overly personal and only friend those I know and trust, but are our beloved Foursquare and Twitter postings putting me at risk?

On their website they even provide search functionality allowing potential criminals to put a location in and hit go for a list of recent empty homes, including mine, that potential criminals could print and go.

Many of us location-sharing social media enthusiasts get so caught up in the novelty and bonuses that we ignore the possible reactions. There have been cases of Twitter burglaries (Israel Hyman) and Facebook burglaries in the past, now PleaseRobMe alleges that they are making potential targets aware.

Do you think PleaseRobMe is providing a public service by making targets aware? Or is it set up to assist would be criminals further their endeavours?