Run a Twitter Contest with TweetsWin Social Media Software

tweetswinlogoContests are a part of many marketing initiatives, and social media sites like twitter have no shortage of link-bait. A twitter search for #contests will pull a hefty amount of opportunities to enter. Most contests are used as a marketing tool to increase followers and ultimately raise awareness for your company or product.  A new service from Tweets Win saves you time and analytical headache when creating these campaigns.

Twitter contests can range from gift cards, blog themesGreat Bowls of Fire and even a free cruise. Many of these offers often requires a visit to their website for information – a powerful way to organically increase awareness on Twitter and drive traffic to their website – all while building your community. Others  require you to simply follow the sender and RT (re-tweet) the message to be entered.

With Tweets Win, you can use the site to post a contest, gather statistics, and automatically choose a winner. An added feature shows you who quit following you after your contest ended for up to 7 days.



























Twitter contests are a great way to gain new followers and increase awareness about your company or website.

Anyone else have a success/failure story with twitter-based contests?

love to hear your thoughts…

Run a Twitter Contest with TweetsWin Social Media Software
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7 Responses to “Run a Twitter Contest with TweetsWin Social Media Software”

  1. Justin says:

    Thanks for mentioning us and sharing the info with others Roy!

  2. Thanks for the mention of our free cruise Twitter Contest… Twitter is a lot more fun when you actually have something to talk about that is exciting. A contest gives you content and generates excitement.

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  5. Alan says: provides a DIY enterprise level permission based twitter contest platform runs on twitter APIs.

  6. Wally Bee says:

    Good info, Roy! Really enjoyed detailed explanation and the graphic of the form that they use.

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