Once registered and logged in you can start by creating a campaign.
Once you named the giveaway you can fill the required fields: giveaway headline, prize description details (optional), number of winners, timezone, campaign duration dates and times, category for the promotion.
In the next step you can set additional actions: if the entrant must first login via e-mail or Facebook or not, add addictional required fields (first and last name, address, gender, etc…), add addtional actions for entrants (Facebook like, Twitter follow, tweet, comment request, newsletter subscribe, RSS subscribe, custom entry, multiple choice, dropdown, checkbox). For each one of this action you can set if it’s required or bonus (optional).
In the last step you can publish the giveaway or just save and exit by deciding if include the campaign in your website widget and if include the campaign in the PromoSimple directory.
If you choose to just save and exit In the campaign dashboard will be show as draft. Here you can edit it, or replicate or delete.
By publishing the campaign you can choose between the Basic option or the Pro paid that has more features.
Then Promosimple give the embed code that you can use to put the widget in your website / blog, there is also a simple link you can use to share the widget in other sites or another link to show the widget hosted in Simplepromo servers, you can also share the widget in a Facebook page tab.
Once the campaign is over you can pick a winner (will be automatically extracted using Random.org) in the dashboard. Within the “report” link you can view a list of all entrants and export in Excel or CSV.
With this third part we have concluded the analysis of the services that allows to host a giveaway in your website / blog.
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