Funday Monday from Rafflecopter HQs! Today, we’re excited to announce that in addition to MailChimp, AWeber, and Constant Contact, we’re now integrated with six new email service providers. The ability to integrate your giveaway w/ these new email lists is available by upgrading to the the business subscription.
Do you know exactly where your site traffic comes from? Or which of your campaigns drives the most traffic? If not, read on ;) This post is for website owners who use Google Analytics but want more insight into where their traffic is coming from.
Maybe you know how much traffic you’re getting from Twitter, but do you know what percentage of this traffic comes from your Tweets? You can get this data by using Custom Campaigns and adding special tags to your URLs; these tags are called UTM parameters — they are crucial for a deeper understanding of your traffic.
While the new dashboard has been updated aesthetically, much of the layout remains very similar to the old layout. On that note, there are several new updates that we wanted to bring to your attention that will make the process of managing your giveaways much easier.
Have you signed into your Rafflecopter account recently? If you have, chances are you’ve noticed some changes. Today, you’ll have access to the new Rafflecopter admin dashboard redesign — the process of creating and launching your Rafflecopter giveaways just got a whole lot easier.
Sign into your account to poke around & see what’s new, or keep reading below to hear about what’s changed, what to expect, and even a giveaway to celebrate the updates :)
Did you know that in 2005, the SATs put an end to analogies? Here’s a refresher: can you solve the following?
ONLINE GIVEAWAYS : RAFFLECOPTER :: SOCIAL POLLING : ______
The correct answer: Wedgies. No — I’m not referring to the school yard prank associated with a wardrobe malfunction. I’m talking the embeddable widget (sound familiar?) you can use on your blog for social polls. We’ve teamed up with Wedgies this month to bring an epic giveaway (more on that below!).