Rafflecopter wants to connect PR-friendly bloggers with advertisers, and we’re looking for folks interested in working with us!
When the idea of Rafflecopter came into existence, we contacted hundreds of bloggers looking to learn more about how we could make a solution that would help streamline your giveaway process. Five months later, Rafflecopter’s giveaway application continues to be improved upon in private beta.
But the process of running giveaways on your blog doesn’t stop there. If you’re a PR-friendly blogger, you already know that a lot of work goes into finding companies and products, maintaining these relationships, and making sure the brands you work with resonate with you and your readers.
Have you ever been approached by a brand that tried to get you to review an iPhone application even though you hate everything Apple? What about a company trying to get you to review lawn darts, even though you specifically said family friendly products only? What about companies that sponsor giveaways, but then flake on delivering the product to the winner? We’ve seen it too, and it makes us unhappy :(
As a blogger, you want to boost your readership, increase your following, and introduce new products to you and your readers in a fun and exciting way. Advertisers have been contacting us asking to be introduced to those using Rafflecopter. We want to help, but only if it’s done tastefully and in a way that benefits all parties involved.
We have some ideas on how Rafflecopter can introduce bloggers to advertisers, but we want to include you in the conversation. We want to extend an invitation to PR-friendly bloggers who currently use Rafflecopter to an email list that will act as a means of communication for an alpha program of our advertiser platform. If you are interested in participating and don’t have an invite, send Greg a short note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can sign up on the email list below. We’ll send out a message during the next week to describe the process of how we’re going upon doing this and how you can help. If you like what you hear, we’d love to work with you!
Thanks so much for all your continued support. We’re looking forward to seeing how we can help you!