We’re very excited to announce that starting today, all Rafflecopter users will have access to a white label version of our giveaway application. We’d like to take this time and answer some questions that will help explain why it was created, what this means for you, and how you can take advantage of this opportunity.
What Is White-Labeling, Exactly?
A white label product is a product created by one company with the branding removed, allowing another company to brand it as if it was their own.
So you guessed it: giving you the ability to white-label Rafflecopter will mean that you can now create a giveaway widget that looks like your own and is branded as your own.
You’ll be able to remove the link and logo at the bottom of the widget, as well as remove the links pointing back to Rafflecopter when you choose the winner. You’ll also be able to adjust the width of the widget as well as put an additional title above the giveaway widget.
What Will The Widget Look Like?
Take a look for yourself: below are two Rafflecopter giveaway widgets.
Here is one with Rafflecopter branding:
And here’s one that is white labeled:
Who Is This For?
Well, anybody can use it if they like.
But the ability to white-label Rafflecopter was specifically created with businesses, consultants, and PR agencies in mind who have contacted us over the past several months asking for the ability to brand the giveaway widget as their own to meet their marketing goals for themselves and their clients.
The value for those looking to white label is the ability to provide and sell solutions to clients that can be branded as their own. If a company approached an agency looking for a solution to run a sweepstakes promotion, Rafflecopter can now be used by the agency and be presented it to the client and brand it as if it was their own.
How Much Does It Cost? How Can I Get Ahold Of It?
At the time of this blog post, we’re introducing the white label product of Rafflecopter at $99 per giveaway. For bulk pricing, feel free to contact us.
To create a white label giveaway, all you have to do is sign up for a free Rafflecopter account and create a giveaway. Once you’ve finished, you’ll be shown instructions on the preview page on how to go about editing the branding of the widget.
I’m A Blogger – Should I Pay For This?
Again, this isn’t a product targeted at bloggers, so we’d probably say ‘no’. But…
… now that we’ve released this product, we’re working on some new features and some advanced customization specifically for bloggers. If you have any ideas on what you’d like to see us build, head on over to XTRAS and let us know!
If you have any additional questions about the white label service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us – we’re happy to help. Cheers!
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