Ship Your Giveaway Prizes Like a Master

Ship Your Giveaway Prizes Like A Master

Rafflecopter clearly loves hosting giveaways. We’re excited to plan them, launch them, and pick a winner in the end. But the best part is shipping the prize. As a software company living in cyberspace, shipping a prize is a rare opportunity to connect with our users in the physical world. We don’t take this responsibility lightly, and you shouldn’t either!

Customer Success Stories: OnePlus One ‘Invites’ Giveaway

OnePlus Invites Rafflecopter Case Study

Can you imagine running a giveaway where the prize was an invite to buy something? Sounds crazy, right? Well, that’s exactly how OnePlus leveraged Rafflecopter, creating one of the largest and most successful social campaigns of 2014.

Download the OnePlus Rafflecopter Case Study

OnePlus is a technology company that’s taking the world by storm with their flagship smartphone, the OnePlus One. This android device only costs $300 (off contract) and has sold over a million devices since launching in the spring of 2014. Since then, they’ve gone from just a blip on the radar to distributing their product globally in which Rafflecopter played a pivotal role.

Feature Update: Introduction to Rafflecopter Analytics

Introduction to Rafflecopter Analytics

You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Today, we’re excited to announce the release of the Rafflecopter Analytics dashboard: analyze your giveaway’s analytics like you’ve never been able to before.

With the new Rafflecopter Analytics, you’ll be able to gain more insight into your giveaway’s traffic & where it’s coming from, see how your giveaway is performing across various sites (super useful for if your widget is embedded in multiple locations), gather insight into your entrant’s demographics, what devices they’re using to enter your giveaways, and a handful of engagement metrics based on entry options you’ve selected.

Amazon Giveaways: Everything You Need To Know

Amazon Giveaway - Everything You Need To Know

*Psst* Did you hear the news? Yesterday, Amazon released a product that will allow you to run a giveaway for a product that can already be purchased on Amazon (check out the press release here). It’s a big move watching an internet giant stepping into the giveaway space; their solution to running a giveaway on Amazon is a unique proposition that brands and bloggers might throw into their marketing mix.

Now that the platform has been live for a day, we’ve done some preliminary research for you & breakdown the new Amazon Giveaway platform: how it works for admins and entrants, where it works well, where you might find some disadvantages, and several examples.

Three Questions You Must Answer Before Running Your Next Giveaway

Three Questions You Must Answer Before Running Your Next Giveaway

In aviation there is a principle called the ‘1 in 60’ rule which states that if you’re flying 1° off course for 60 miles then your plane will be 1 mile from where it should be. Iterated over hundreds of miles that 1° makes a big difference. That same principle of ‘little changes make a big impact’ can be applied to giveaways as well.