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Do you haiku? Social media haiku contest entries – Can you do better?



A couple weeks ago, Marketwire launched its own Haiku contest to celebrate National Poetry Month and to give kudos to the CEO who brought new meaning to the term “letter of resignation.”  If you’re thinking of entering, we’ve listed a handful of submitted entries to give you an idea of what you would be up against. Can you do better?

@Zalicious:
whether good or bad// Twitter is my main news source // for late breaking news

@profjonathan
Oprah’s on Twitter // So are folks from whom I learn // Guess who I follow?

Tanja C.
Scribble on Notebook // Distribute Press Releases// Uncomplicated!

@GizaMike
Social is not new // the media is flowing // the power is yours

@paulspeirslv
Social media// Becoming an obsession // Twick or tweet. Ah, hell.

@Smith_km
Want your message heard? // blog posts, Twitter chats and tweets // create the right buzz!

@allanschoenberg
One forty only // That is all you are allowed // Share, ask, and respond.

To enter: Tweet @marketwire using hashtag #socialmedia, email me at nshin [at] marketwire [dot] com, or comment on the blog post. (Read the blog post that announced the contest for the specs on categories and prizes.) Contest ends this Friday, April 30, so submit your haiku today!  Remember, unlimited entries are allowed.

Good luck!

Haiku Twitter Contest


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