After i analyzed the service Rafflecopter in the first part now it’s time of PunchTab.
Once registered and logged in you have 3 options: Loyalty Program (increase traffic and keep your users coming back, incentivize them with rewards), Achievements Program (increase traffic and keep your users coming back, incentivize them with badges), One time giveaway (reward viral actions, incentivize with hand-picked giveaway and build sustainable traffic).
For the article matter i choose the third option.
The interface is simple and effective, with a nice realtime preview in the same page.
Just give a name to the giveaway, choose how visitors can enter (by Facebook and e-mail or by e-mail only), set start and end date, choose timezone, specify the details of the giveaway: what visitors will get if they will win (you can also add a description and an image), choose extra entry methods (Twitter follow, tweet, comment, become a Facebook fan, Facebook like, Google +1, question, visit, download, Pinterest).
About giveaway rules PunchTab has its own text but you can also specify a web page.
After saving the giveaway you can choose the order of your steps or skip it.
At last you will get the code to publish in your site/blog with some extra options to enhance the giveaway: add the giveaway to a Facebook page, drive more entries with a sidebar widget, Constant Contact, specify where is hosted the giveaway.
So here is how the widget looks like. In the giveaway dashboard you can do these actions: edit the giveaway, duplicate it, delete it, see the code for the embed.
At the end of the contest you have a resume page of the giveaway with the total entries (and you can contact the people via e-mail), pick random winner or decide by yourself, export data in CSV.
Over the free plan PunchTab has a paid plan called Grow with 30 days free trial and $99/month with more features or a custom plan called Expand.
In the third and last part the Promosimple service is analyzed.
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