PR-Friendly Blogger Survey

Happy August everyone! Did you remember to ‘Rabbit Rabbit’ this morning? :)

The purpose of this blog post is that we want to hear from you, particularly those bloggers who enjoy and run sponsored giveaways.

A handful of advertisers and sponsor companies have approached us over the past several weeks asking to be introduced to Rafflecopter’s network of bloggers to run sponsored giveaways. What are your thoughts? If you’re a PR-friendly blogger, we’re all ears. Give us a piece of your mind!

Fill out a three question survey here.

August will be an exciting month for Rafflecopter! Thanks so much for all your continued love and support :)

About the author

Greg Goodson

Greg Goodson is the cofounder of Rafflecopter, the world's easiest way to run a giveaway online. Follow his shenanigans, ramblings, and memes on Twitter at @GregGoodson.

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  • http://yahongchi.blogspot.com Yahong Chi

    A question — can we delete giveaways that we’re finished with from our dashboard?

    • http://www.Rafflecopter.com Juan Patten

      You can delete giveaways, but only ones that are planned for the future. So if you set the start date to be, say, tomorrow, you’ll be able to delete it from the dashboard.

      Our thought was: you would never want to (especially accidentally) delete a current giveaway (people would be upset), or a giveaway that has a winner announced. However, you’re not the first person to be confused, and we’ll be making it easier to delete these in the future.Does that help?

      • http://yahongchi.blogspot.com Yahong Chi

        Yes, that helps immensely, and that train of thought definitely makes sense. Thank you!

  • Giveawayscentral

    Hey I had a question for you.You allow picking a winner randomly.What if I want to pick a winner based on a particular criteria like maybe who has most entries or who’s given a correct answer to a particular question?Can we pick winners without using random.org?

    • http://www.rafflecopter.com Greg Goodson

      Hey :) You’re welcome to pick the winner however you’d like, but right now, you’re only able to display the winner on the widget from choosing through Random.org through our interface. I hope that makes sense!