The World First Twitter Lottery: Peep Lotto

Pete Danihel (22-years) started his Lottery as a school project for marketing class. However, Peep Lotto has since taken on a life of its own.

pipe_lottoPete Danihel (22-years) started his Lottery as a school project for marketing class. However, Peep Lotto has since taken on a life of its own. The primary purpose for Peep Lotto or People Powered Lottery is to convert publicity into prize by using Twitter. The more people who follow @twterlotto, the bigger the prize jackpot. Currently, the jackpot stands at $1,430 and if nothing happens between now and Christmas day, a follower of @twterlotto will win the amount.

How To Win via The Peep Lotto

To win, all you have to do is follow @twterlotto using Twitter. There is no cost or risk to enter. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can make one free of charge. There is no gambling involved what-so-ever. The site jackpot increases every time someone lands on the Peep Lotto home page, follows the Peep Lotto Twitter account, or an advertiser pays for an ad spot. You can see how much the jackpot is by checking the Peep Lotto homepage.

The concept of Peep Lotto is simple but unique and maybe the reason Danihel received a 100% score on his marketing final. The project has received a good deal of press, with write ups from  TwiTip by Darren Rowse, John Chow dot Com to television coverage from CityTV and etc.

TheBlogIsMine.com wants to wish Danihel good luck with his project and we can’t wait to see what the final jackpot amount will be. Want to help Danihel increase the jackpot? Follow @twterlotto on Twitter or better yet, become a featured advertiser.

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