How Can I Get My Giveaway Featured by Promosimple?

The Promosimple Facebook page, Twitter feed, and email list feature giveaways and offer broader exposure for those giveaways. How can you get your giveaway featured? Read on…

Currently, our promotion program is entirely free. You can opt to have your giveaway listed in our Giveaways Directory—though, of course, we retain the right not to feature any giveaway.

In addition, you’ll notice that some giveaways get featured on our Facebook page, in our Twitter feed, and via our email program.

Tips for Getting Your Giveaway Featured on Social Media

We love to promote Promosimple giveaways via our social media channels. To increase your chances of being selected, follow these guidelines:

  1. Have a specific, actionable headline
  2. Include a picture in your giveaway
  3. Provide any important details about the prize that aren’t covered in your headline or the photo in your description section
  4. Have a link in your account to a valid personal or business website (Facebook and YouTube are not valid)

Please note, too, that for the time being, we only feature prizes that can be won by U.S. citizens.

Tips for Getting Your Giveaway Featured in Our Emails

Each week, we send out an email to 12,000+ people to alert them to one of the bigger giveaways in our network.

To increase your chances of being selected:

  1. Give away a prize valued at $400 or more
  2. Have a specific, actionable headline
  3. Include a large, clear picture in your giveaway with dimensions of at least 400×400 pixels
  4. Provide any important details about the prize that aren’t covered in your headline or the photo in your description section
  5. Have a link in your account to a valid personal or business website (Facebook and YouTube are not valid)

Things to Avoid

Giveaways featuring alcohol, firearms, tobacco, or anything sexual in nature are prohibited, so we certainly won’t feature those.

Beyond that, here are a few things you should avoid if you hope to be featured:

  1. Typos
  2. Grainy images
  3. Unclear information about the prize (not specifying exactly what it is, not specifying key details, etc.)
  4. Description copy that tells entrants they must Like the company on Facebook
  5. Description copy that says that purchase is required

 

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