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Blog about one or many women whose friendship is precious to you. And win prizes from Zivame, India's largest online lingerie store.
This Women’s Web – Zivame.com contest is all about the power of friendships! Celebrate a woman who’s been a friend, an ally, who means the world to you.
Girlfriend. Women who’ve struck by you through thick and thin. Ally at the office. Buddy. Shoulder to cry on. Childhood playmate. BFF. Confidante at college. Fellow rebel. Diva. Girl’s night out partner. Soul Sister.
Whatever you call her and whether you call her everyday or once in a month – it doesn’t matter. What matters is who she is to you, and how you feel about her.
As part of this contest, blog about a woman (or many) whose friendship is precious to you. Tell her that what she means to you, and how much you value her friendship. Share a story about what makes your friendship tick – funny, sad, memorable, quirky – let the world know what you and your soul sister have been up to!
UPDATE: CONTEST CLOSED.
How to participate?
1. Write a post on your blog about a friend who is a Soul Sister. Make sure you include the contest badge in your post. To add the badge, just copy this code below (into the html view on your blogpost editor).
<a href="http://www.zivame.com/?utm_source=wweb&utm_medium=blog_contest&utm_campaign=July13_contest" target="_blank">
<img alt="" src="http://www.womensweb.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/soul-sisters-zivame.jpg" />
2. Add a link to this contest page
3. Drop us a note here in the comments, so we can track your entry. And that’s it!
Contest open from August 3rd to 24th, 2013. Prizes will be announced by 29th August 2013. [Note: We have extended the deadline from 20th to 24th to give a little extra time for all our lovely readers to participate.]
Prizes for this contest are being sponsored by Zivame.com, India’s largest online lingerie store. Zivame.com provides a complete lingerie shopping solution and offers a collection of lingerie suited to the needs of every Indian woman complete with world class styling.
Here are the goodies:
– 3 first prizes, vouchers of Rs.1000 each from Zivame.com
– 6 second prizes, vouchers of Rs.500 each from Zivame.com
and here’s the icing on the cake: – All other participants who don’t win a first or second prize will still receive a participation voucher of Rs.200 from Zivame.com*
– To be eligible for prizes, blogposts must include the contest badge and link to the contest page.
– Word limit: A maximum of 750 words
– There is no restriction on the number of entries, but entries that are not genuine/created on multiple blogs for claiming prizes will be rejected. Judges decision on the winners is final. – Blog submissions containing pornographic, adult, obscene or racist language will not be considered
* First and second prize vouchers do not have any minimum purchase conditions attached.
Participation prizes may have a minimum purchase value indicated.
We may need to share your email addresses with Zivame.com brand custodians in order for your vouchers to be sent.
Only one prize per person, although multiple entries are allowed.
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