The Holiday special contest has ended…and we have a winner.
The winner is William, who has won a day with his mother swimming with dolphins.
Congratulations William, your wish has come true!
Go and TOUCH William’s image, make comments and share it on your favorite social network.
Thank you to everyone who has been participating…have a great year using ThingLink.
Now the time to make a wish to Santa is over. We received very beautiful interactive images during these days, was very fun to read and discover your images every day. We really felt the Christmas spirit during this campaign and we thank to all Twitter friends who helped us to spread the campaign.
During these days we will be deciding who are the lucky winners and will make contact with you so stay tuned for the results! br>
Here some of the last wishes: br>
All you have to do is:
– Tag an image of your dream destination on thinglink.com
– Let us know why this is your dream destination (see examples below)
– Share the image on Twitter and Facebook with #AIESECGRADTEACH
Here are some examples:
PS. Even if you’re not thinking of teaching English, but like tagging images, feel free to share an image of your all time favorite travel destination and we will feature it on this blog!
Now read carefully, ThingLink has managed to create a special hot line to Santa’s headquarters up north in Lapland. Send a letter to Santa via Thinglink and let Santa’s little elves know what sort of things would bring a smile on your face this holiday season. One of your wishes may come true!
It’s easy to participate and this is how you do it:
The best part: Santa will be listening and with the help of our kind sponsors, he has promised to make the cutest and most creative wishes come true!
Now, act quickly. Go to Thinglink.com to create your own Christmas letter to Santa. Tweet it before 16th of December.
Google Plus button has arrived to ThingLink, from now on you can share your scenes with your circles and get many +1 for your amazing creations by sharing with them directly from ThingLink´s webpage.
This is how it works: