It’s totally Friday! A lot has been going on this week @ Rafflecopter HQ and we thought we’d summarize everything for you in a quick ‘Rafflecopter Roundup’ :)
You Can Now White-Label Your Rafflecopter Giveaways
Have you heard the news? As of earlier this week, you now have the ability to white-label your Rafflecopter giveaways. You can go here and read our blog post that answers some questions that will help explain why it was created, what this means for you, and how you can take advantage of this opportunity.
Brands: 12 Reasons Bloggers Don’t Work With You
Thanks to all your feedback in a survey, you can read some tidbits on some of the reasons why bloggers choose not to work with some of the brands that approach them. You can read part I of the post here – Brands: 12 Reasons Bloggers Don’t Want To Work With You
Part II is coming up this weekend, keep your eyes open for that in several days. Reasons 7 through 12 are just as juicy as the first six – promise!
Introducing The Rafflecopter Brand Showcase
Every Wednesday starting this week, you’ll be introduced to a new brand that we’ve been fortunate to come across and work with. In an interview-style blog post, we’ll ask the brand some questions pertaining to their business, their products, how they work with bloggers, and their experience with Rafflecopter. And heck, you’ll also have the chance to win a prize or two :)
This week, you’ll be introduced to Jodi and her business 365alphabetphotography.com. Check out this week’s Rafflecopter Brand Showcase here.
The Past, Present, & Future of Rafflecopter Revealed?!
Did you ever want to know how Rafflecopter started? What’s been going on behind the scenes? What’s coming around the bend?
We had the opportunity to sit down with Tanya Smith of Smart Tools for Small Business and discuss the ins and outs of Rafflecopter. Check out the 30 minute interview here. (this interview will be available in iTunes this weekend… more to come on this!)
The Rafflecopter Widget Has A New Header
Has anyone noticed the change in the Rafflecopter header? When you see a Rafflecopter widget now, the top of the widget will display how much time is left, how many total entries the giveaway has, and how many entries you’ve earned in comparison to how many you can earn. Check it out an example:
That’s it for this week! From Rafflecopter HQ in Boulder, CO, enjoy the weekend! :-)
- How Many Giveaway Entry Options Should You Use? (rafflecopter.com)
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