Sunday, Bloody Sunday caption contest

Sunday, Bloody Sunday It’s the weekly feed growth! – Bloody Mary anyone?

Posted by tom klein August 28, 2008 at 12:24 pmweekly

Congratulations to Ed Shaz! He crab walked over all the competition to be this week’s caption winner.  Ed earned a $30 iTunes gift certificate and the glory only a feed growth! caption contest winner knows.

Want your chance to shine?  We just unveiled this week’s cartoon- Sunday, Bloody Sunday.  The rules and rewards are the same ($30 iTunes gift certificate for the winner).  Remember- no limit on the number of entries, and on this fine Labor Day weekend, we strongly encourage drinking and captioning.

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Here comes the hotstepper caption contest

Here Comes the Hotstepper And here comes the (sort of) weekly feed growth!

Posted by tom klein August 14, 2008 at 9:09 amweekly

Congratulations to Aleisha Swartz! Her witty submission has earned her the (sort of) prestigious title of “The (Sort of) Weekly Feed Growth Caption Winner” and a $30 iTunes gift certificate.

An honorable mention goes out to Ryan Paddock for his submission- “Hooman lied to me. Der iz no cheezburger in dis spacesuit.”

Check out the week’s caption contest cartoon- Here Comes the Hotstepper. The prize remains the same. No limit on the number of entries and don’t forget to utilize our commenting plugin to grab an accompanying image for your caption. Still unsure how it works? Check out this quick how-to screencast we created to demonstrate the process.

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Icanhascaptioncontest

Icanhascaptioncontest The (sort of) weekly feed growth! and caption contest

Posted by tom klein July 31, 2008 at 8:11 amweekly

Congratulations to Tyler Bagley. He just won a $30 iTunes gift certificate by playing our weekly caption contest. $30 dollars for 7 words? – good luck getting Conde Nast to pay that much.

As Tyler basks in the glory of his win, we invite you to try your hand at this week’s John Nelson cartoon, found here.

We will award another $30 iTunes gift certificate to the best submission. That’s right, we upped the ante from $25 (well actually, we learned iTunes doesn’t offer $5 increments). No limit on the number of entries- so, keep ‘em coming.

Don’t forget to utilize our commenting plugin. If you are unsure how, we’ve got you covered with this little screencast we created to demonstrate the process.

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The truth is out there caption contest

Heaps of feed growth! ideas and the caption contest The truth is out there

Posted by tom klein July 16, 2008 at 1:13 pmweekly

Congratulations to the first feed growth! caption cartoon winner, Frances. Her name will go down in the annals of feed growth! history… at least, for this week. Check out her contribution below:

Do you think you can do better than Frances? We’ve raised the bar and will award the next winner a $25 iTunes gift certificate. Try your hand at this week’s John Nelson cartoon, found at the top of this post.

If you are unsure how to work our commenting plug-in, check out this sweet little screencast we created to demonstrate the process.

You can’t win if you don’t play. No limit on the number of entries.

We will review all submissions and feature the winner on the next time around.

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A week of ideas caption contest

A week of ideas feed growth! weekly – hot tub (in a James Brown voice)

Posted by tom klein June 23, 2008 at 7:23 pmweekly

It’s here! You’ve always wanted to enter that oh so famous cartoon caption contest in the back of the New Yorker (or, um, maybe Field & Stream). This is your big chance. We’ll be featuring a new cartoon from John Nelson every week.

Of course, our cartoons will highlight some creative fishing techniques, a little inspiration for anyone who’s working hard to create a customer feeding frenzy.

So, what do you win? Beyond effusive praise and the adulation of your peers, you mean? Let’s just say that it’s a surprise.

Okay, here’s how to play. First, choose the post by clicking on the post title – a week of ideas. Then, click on the orange “add image comment” tab found above the cartoon. Mouse-over the cartoon, lineup the cross hair (note that the caption will be BELOW the box that you draw), and draw a box of any size where you want to add a comment. The system will take a snapshot and pop-up a comment box where you can type your witty caption. The image capture and your caption will be posted below. Click on “show image” next to your comment to see your caption inserted into the cartoon.

You can’t win if you don’t play. No limit on the number of entries.

We will review all submissions and feature the winner next week.

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