Are you thinking about running a Twitter sweepstakes to grow your online following and promote your brand? Then check out these 9 FAQ first! We’re sure that this article will answer any questions you may have. Once your doubts have been allayed you can run your own Twitter sweepstakes. You’ll soon see that it’s a great way of growing your followers, engaging your community and boosting the reach of your tweets. It’s an ideal tool for any brand that regularly uses Twitter to communicate with customers or leads, or for companies that know they’d benefit from having a Twitter marketing strategy but don’t know where to start.
Running a Twitter sweepstakes is one of the best ways of bringing your business to the attention of internet users. A Twitter sweepstakes can help you accomplish your strategic objective: whether this be to generate more traffic for your website; achieve greater visibility for your brand or product; gain more followers; or loyalize the followers you already have.
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Twitter Sweepstakes based on Retweets are one of the most effective tools for viralizing the content you share with your community while growing your number of followers. If you use Twitter Sweepstakes as part of your marketing strategy, then this new feature is for you. It will help you to manage your sweepstakes and minimize bad practices by users.
Like many couples in the 21st Century, David and Blanca met through online social networks. In their case it was all thanks to a Facebook photo. The photo was nothing special, just a typical Facebook picture of a group of smiling friends. It had the usual selection of tags, likes and comments.
It’s surprising where a simple photo like this can lead. David, who wasn’t in the photo, posted the following comment: “Is that brown-haired girl on the left wearing a limited edition Blues Brothers t-shirt?” Blanca, the brunette in question, replied: “Yes! I saw it in a flea market and knew I had to make it mine!” And, as the saying goes, the rest is history.
In any type of event or celebration – annual fairs, conferences, football games or family parties – people like to take photos and share them, enabling their friends and wider social circle to find out about the event in real time.
Have you ever needed to project photos of a place or event onto a screen? In this article we introduce a tool that will enable you to create a slideshow presentation and project it on any type or size of screen, monitor or television in real time.
If you frequently organize sweepstakes as part of your marketing strategy for dynamizing your social networks and increasing your community of followers, you have probably found yourself, upon occasion, with the problem of not being able to contact one of the winners, or with the need to replace a winner at the last minute after finding out that he or she is not eligible for the prize. It’s in these sorts of situations that alternates come into play. An alternate is a participant you can keep in reserve in case you have to make a substitution when awarding your prize/s. In this post we will look at some situations in which it might be useful to have alternate winners for your sweepstakes.
Have you organized a sweepstakes on your Facebook Page and now want to get in touch with the winners? Once you have a list of the winners and alternates for your sweepstakes it’s time to let the victors know so they can get their hands on their prize as soon as possible. This is probably the most enjoyable aspect of any promotion, but it can also be the most time-consuming. What’s the best way to contact the winners? In this post we explain everything you need to know to communicate with your prizewinners quickly and efficiently.
Are you thinking about creating a sweepstakes on Facebook based on a post published to your Wall? Would you like to carry out a sweepstakes on Twitter among all your followers, or among those who retweet your tweets? Let us introduce a free tool, especially designed for rapid sweepstakes held across the social networks, which enables the administrator to create and host the terms and conditions. The tool is designed for sweepstakes on Twitter and Facebook – environments in which you have a limited space to explain how the sweepstakes work and what the conditions are. The tool can also be used to organize a promotion or contest on another online channel – on a webpage or blog for example. In this post you can find out how to use the tool to create terms and conditions for your contests.
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If you’re thinking about carrying out a Twitter sweepstakes based on Retweets, you should first write and post a Tweet from your Twitter account to inform people about the sweepstakes, the prize on offer and how they can participate. You can then use the application to register the retweets and raffle the prize among all the participants.