LiveCamCash Launches Contest to Celebrate CamerellaCams, Mobile Platforms

LOS ANGELES — LiveCamCash is giving out iPads to celebrate the launch of CamerellaCams.com and mobile platforms.

The company said the new contest allows anyone to win an Apple iPad.

"We were tired of the same ol' companies winning since they have most of the traffic," said Derek "Dwreck" Smout, LiveCamCash sales and marketing director.

"We have come up with a very unique contest where anyone can win no matter how much traffic you have".

The month-long contest begins Sept. 20 and winners will also be picked live on the OnHerCam service by alt-girl Violet Doll.

"I wanted to do something different put a spin on the common contest," Dwreck said. "The contests are a unique mixture of Internet scavenger hunt, affiliate performance and dumb luck. I wish they had a contest like this when I was pushing traffic; no tiers, no fine print, no BS."

To enter the contests you must complete a combination of tasks which include searching out clues, signing up for an affiliate account at LiveCamCash and answering a few relevant trivia questions.

"The iPad has had a lot of buzz lately and with the launch of our joint effort with Dickmans Design on the mobile sites, we wanted to wait for the perfect time to launch it just in time to get in right before Christmas," LiveCamCash CEO Abbie said.

Contest details can be found here.

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