A Picture is worth 1,000 words.... AND A NEW CAMERA!!!
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A Picture is worth 1,000 words.... AND A NEW CAMERA!!!

by Martha Scully

***CONTEST CLOSED***

Upload Your Photo - Win A Camera! Contest Runs June 15, 2011 to July 31, 2011

Upload a photo to your profile! Profiles with a photo are 10 TIMES more likely to be viewed than those without a photo. Jobseeker profiles that have a photo or two on their profile will be eligible to WIN a Digital Camera Bundle from CanadianNanny.ca!

A Picture is worth 1,000 words.... AND A NEW CAMERA !!!

 

 

PRIZE ($180 value):

  • Samsung 14MP Digital Camera in Blue
  • Lexar 8GB MicroSD Memory Card
  • Lowepro Spectrum 30 Camera Case in Black

CLICK HERE TO LOGIN AND UPDATE YOUR ACCOUNT!

Take this opportunity to show who you are and what you like to do! Follow the Photo Tips provided below. You will be eligible to win this great camera bundle courtesy of CanadianNanny.ca. Win a camera to use during the summer, and to capture all the great moments you spend with the kids you care for.

Questions? Please contact us by email at info@canadiannanny.ca. We're always here to answer your questions and help you with your account.

Photo Tips:

  • Use a photo that you are in
  • Make sure it is clear who you are in the photo, if you're not alone
  • Don't use photos of children without permission
  • Don't use photos that are dark or blurry
  • Avoid using photos with red-eye
  • Avoid using photos that hide much of your face, or that don't include you

You must have one (1) or two (2) photos on your profile by the contest closing date of July 31, 2011 AND have logged in sometime between June 15 and July 31, 2011 to be eligible. **If you already have photo(s) on your profile, you are already entered, as long as you login during the contest period.

***CONTEST CLOSED***

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About the Author
Martha Scully
Martha is the founder of CanadianNanny.ca. Martha has been featured as a Child Care Expert in hundreds of publications across Canada including The Globe and Mail, CBC, Today's Parent and The National Post, She lives in British Columbia with her husband and two daughters.