Competition: Win a 1 month premium account at JapanesePod101.com

JapanesePod101.com is an online Japanese language learning website. With JapanesePod101.com you’ll learn to speak, read, write and hear Japanese. Unlike a lot of courses, JapanesePod101.com is fresh, up-to-date, and really fun. It’s also super convenient to use, as you can listen to the podcasts wherever you are!

Haikugirl’s Japan is excited to announce an exclusive competition for three lucky readers to win a free 1 month premium account at JapanesePod101.com!

To enter, you just have to do the following three things:

☆ “Like” Haikugirl’s Japan on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Haikugirlsjapan

☆ “Like” JapanesePod101.com on Facebook: www.facebook.com/JapanesePod101

☆ Leave a comment below

Only entrants who do all three things will be considered. The closing date for entries is 31st May at midnight UK time. Three winners will be selected at random and announced on this blog shortly after the competition closes. The three winners will be notified by Haikugirl’s Japan by email, so please make sure you leave a correct email address when you enter your comment below.

9 thoughts on “Competition: Win a 1 month premium account at JapanesePod101.com

  1. JapanesePod! *starts to eat website*

    I’ve used their site for the last 6 months. Their services are excellent and they really beef you up with cultural insight, social standards, and ultimately a 津波 of the language. :D:D

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  2. When you first sign up, they give you the option to have 1 month of premium content for $1, so that’s the value of this prize. I only signed up last week and they’ve already bombarded me with about 20 emails. The podcasts themselves are alright (I’m doing the Beginner section), but the first minute of each one is basically jingles and sponsorship and introductions before they get to the content. Pretty annoying.

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    • Thanks for your comment, James. I didn’t know about the $1 offer, but I guess it’s a good thing really for those who don’t win the competition! 😉 As for your views on the podcasts, personally I’d have to disagree with your opinion that they are a bit annoying. I really like them and find them a fun way of learning Japanese – and they aren’t paying me to say that! I only promote products and services on this blog that I actually use or think I would like to use, so I wouldn’t promote something if I thought it was annoying. I should also add that the podcasts get more interesting as your level progresses.

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