Bass Masters

Bass Masters The first weekly of 2009 is here!

Posted by maggie.hunsucker January 7, 2009 at 3:55 pmweekly

We’re excited about 2009, and in true southern tradition, we’re starting off the new year right – a serving of collard greens for money, a spoonful of black eyed peas for luck, and a generous helping of weekly feed growth! We’ve got some great ideas, so great, they warrant a second reading.

We also want to congratulate Bob Klein. He won our last weekly caption contest, Trunk Space, and a $30 iTunes gift certificate.

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While you Google “Lake Bemidji“, it’s important to remember that the caption contest is anyone’s game. But you can’t win if you don’t submit, so get cracking on this week’s cartoon, Bass Masters (email subscribers should click on “Read Full Post”).

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Trunk space

Trunk space A winter weekly to keep you warm

Posted by maggie.hunsucker December 5, 2008 at 1:51 pmweekly

Remember the innocent elephant jokes of our youth? You know the ones – What do elephants do for laughs? (Tell bad people jokes) or What do you call an elephant with a machine gun? (Sir).

A natural lead-in into this week’s caption contest, where we encourage child-like humor and abandon, but usually reward the opposite. Our new cartoon – Trunk Space – can be found at the top of this entry (email subscribers can click on “Read Full Post”). The winning caption receives a $30 iTunes gift certificate and their name in big beautiful orange font, like this week’s winner, JR Gunderson, whose caption appears below:

While JR may need an overview of the subjunctive, his caption was the most captivating.

This may be your last chance to win a weekly caption contest in 2008, so submit your entries now (yes, you can submit more than one).

P.S. Don’t forget to submit an entry to Check My Bait. Now that the holiday season is upon us, we expect to be assaulted with some of the best worst advertising out there. While there’s no iTunes prize for Check My Bait, we believe mocking bad ads is a gift in and of itself.

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Love is in the air

Love is in the air It has been a while, so how about a weekly?

Posted by tom klein October 22, 2008 at 12:52 pmweekly

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and who couldn’t use a little weekly feed growth! today?

Our new cartoon, Love is in the air, can be found at the top of this post (or click on “read full post” if you receive the (sort of) weekly via email). The winning caption receives a $30 iTunes gift certificate and much love from the feed growth! crew.  Check out this week’s winner – we adore risqué swordfish humor:

Think you can do better?  We do too, so get to captioning.

P.S. If you missed it, check out the Top 100 feed growth! Digital Marketing Ideas.  Lots of good stuff to review.

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En garde, Captioners!

En Garde, Captioners! A week’s worth (give or take a day) of feed growth! goodness to digest

Posted by tom klein September 25, 2008 at 1:07 pmweekly

Hungry, kids? We’ve got a heaping helping of growth ideas, a brand new caption contest, and even a check-my-bait nibble.   But before you put your lobster bib on, let’s announce our previous caption winner.

Congratulations, James Ray!  Your caption for Come on in, the water’s just fine has won you a $30 iTunes gift certificate.

We can’t wait to see what you guys will come up with next.

Our new cartoon – En Garde, Captioners! – can be found at the top of this post. You know the rules and the rewards (winner receives a $30 iTunes gift certificate and his/her name in orange print). Remember- no limit on the number of entries. The more, the merrier.

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Come on in, the water's just fine

Come on in, the water's just fine The (sort of) weekly feed growth! – The Other Trojans

Posted by tom klein September 11, 2008 at 11:18 amweekly

Yes, friends, it is the (sort of) weekly feed growth! But first, congratulations are in order. Mark is last week’s caption winner. His humorous tweak of the Georgia public school system earned him a $30 iTunes gift certificate.

This just proves – if you don’t have anything nice to say, you should be participating in the feed growth! caption contest.

And here is your next chance. We just unveiled this week’s cartoon- Come on in, the water’s just fine. The rules and rewards are the same (winner receives a $30 iTunes gift certificate, his/her name in print, and oh yes, the glory).  Remember- no limit on the number of entries and no accounting for taste, so keep ‘em coming!

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