How to send a #punsr (The Vine tutorial)
How to enter your email into your Punsr.com account
By entering and verifying your email at punsr.com you will enjoy more site functionality like being able to delete definitions you may have sent by mistake, or better yet, even monetize your punsr definitions by configuring your Google Adsense ads into punsr.com
1. Sign in to punsr.com using your Twitter account.
2. Go to your “Settings” Page. The first time you will be asked to enter a valid email address. You will then receive an email with a confirmation link and confirmation code you can use to let punsr.com know your email is real and that you can access it.
3. Use the verification link/code and you’re done.
Code & Coffee at Panther Coffee, Wynwood, Miami, FL
Today the #punsr team hung out during the afternoon at Panther Coffee, in Wynwood, Miami FL.
We’ll probably be doing this more often, maybe once a week or so to connect with local #punsr users and potential business partners.
Come and say hi next time.
Let’s split the Ad-Revenue Cake!
Here at punsr.com we want to share advertising revenue with our players.
If you have a Google AdSense account you will now be able to display your very own 300X250 advertisement on pages where you have created content like memes, definitions or your profile page.
In order to complete the process you will need to obtain the 300X250 Adsense script from Google and copy the google_ad_client as well as the google_ad_slot into the required setting fields, and you’re done!
Become a partner today, what are you waiting for?
#Punsr Official Instagram Page
Enjoy #punsr memes on Instagram too! Hundreds of definitions expressed with images are waiting for you to have #pun every day.
If you’re not an “Instagramer” we recommend you become one, it’s one killer fun app you must have.
How to play Punsr from Punsr.com
Go to the top right of the website and click inside the box:
Enter the word you would like to define.
As you type, you will see a list of words that start the same way.
Do not worry if you see the word you want to define in the list, in Punsr.com one word can have many funny definitions.
Once you enter your word within the box press “Enter” key or click on the Search button
If the word has never been entered before you will see the following message:
Press the button “Write a definition” to define your word
If a word already exists you will see a list of all the existing definitions associated to this word, sorted by the best scoring ones on top.
Go to the bottom of the list and make sure that you won’t repeat an existing definition (maybe someone already thought of the same joke).
Press the button “Write a definition” to start writing your definition when you are ready.
As you type keep an eye on the “Remaining characters” count; keep your definition short and funny so that you can let others Retweet it and earn lots of bonus points on the word.
Once you click the button “Send definition” a Twitter window will open, in it you’ll be able to have a final go at your Tweet.
You will notice the mandatory #punsr hashtag and a link back to the word page (so you can get RTs).
If you have any room left you might want to add other hashtags to spice up your tweet and to make it reachable for more RTs and Favorites.
You don’t need to register at Punsr.com to send or RT any definition, you only need be signed into a Twitter session to start playing.
How to play Punsr on Twitter
On your Twitter account write #punsr
(If you write @punsr your word won’t be registered)
Then write the word you want to define in CAPITAL LETTERS followed by the colon character “:”
If you are defining a two words that go together, make sure both words are in CAPITAL LETTERS
Write down your definition after the WORD: but be careful not to include words you don’t want to appear in the dictionary like “hahaha”, “hehehe”, “Lol”, “«”, etc. In fact you want to make your definition as short as possible so that others can RT it.
It’s ok to add #hashtags so your definition can be found by others, the hashtags won’t make it to the definition once it’s processed by our servers.
It’s also OK to add @twitternames, just know that they will be removed from the definition so try adding them at the end after you’ve defined the word.
Punsr is about defining words with jokes that come out from an alternate point of view on how the word is pronounced, mispronounced, read, or misread.
Here are some examples of good #punsrs and bad #punsrs
Official Winners of the #Punsr #Halloween Competition
FIRST PLACE: Won $300 in Amazon Gift Card
SECOND PLACE: Won $130 in Amazon Gift Card
THIRD PLACE: Won $75 in Amazon Gift Card
All the Top 5 players won an autographed copy of the book “Pun Enchanted Evenings” courtesy of David R. Yale
Contest Announcement: Play #Punsr this Halloween for up to $300
Punsr is a Twitter game where you redefine words with jokes. (How to play)
Play Punsr from the website punsr.com, on Twitter or from your favorite Twitter app.
Increase your score points as much as possible between October 20th until October 31st 2012!
The Twitter account holders with the most points earned through this period could win any of these awesome prizes:
TRENDING TOPIC BONUS:
If during the contest period the hashtag “#punsr” can be verified as a trending topic in either of these Metropolitan areas:
- New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island
- Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana
- Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
- Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown
- Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach
- Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta
- San Francisco-Oakland-Freemont
- Cities in UK: London - Manchester - Nottingham - Edinburgh - Birmingham - Leeds - Guildford - Glasgow - Wolverhampton - Norwich
The top 10 players will get $100 each. (The top 3 players would get an extra $100 on top of their original prize)
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Open to people with a valid Twitter account and capable of redeeming Amazon gift cards via Email. Subject to Official Rules. Contest begins October 20th, 2012 at 00:00:01 EST and ends October 31st, 2012 at 23:59:59 EST. Void where prohibited. Contest ends 10/31/2012. Contest questions:firstname.lastname@example.org. ®Punsr. Punsr and the Punsr’s logo are registered trademarks.