Rafflecopter DATA helps Public Relations Firms Jusitify Giveaways on Blogs
USE YOUR RAFFLECOPETR DATA WISELY
Rafflecopter Data can be your friend! When letting your Sponsor know the winners of your Rafflecopter giveaway, many bloggers just remind the sponsor of their obligations and where to ship the winner the prize they won.
HOLD ON! Why not use your Rafflecopter Data to show PR companies what you, as a blog and blogger, did for them and the company they represent! This is a great way to endear yourself to them. USE YOUR RAFFLECOPTER DATA TO REPORT GREAT FACTS derived from the Rafflecopter Data List data list and then use your social icon info to supplement:
Our entries indicate 750 people entered your giveway that we achieved 55 (Fig. 5) new fans for xxx on Facebook and 55 (fig.5) new fans on Twitter. The Giveaway was tweeted 102 times (Fig. 6), Shared on FB 102 times (Fig. 6) , and liked on Facebook 53 times (Fig. 6). There were 93 comments in the comment section on my post that detailed what aspects the fans liked about xxxx.
So how did I come up with that Data? Can’t you imagine PR firms just being estatic with this data? Okay, here goes. I’ll show you how it’s done.
Fig. 1Moderate Button on Rafflecopter
Sign into Rafflecopter. Go to “Your Giveaways” tab. Choose the Giveaway that you want to get Data from, and click “Moderate”. (Fig. 1)
Fig. 2 Show List
Choose “Show List” on the Moderate Entries Page (Fig. 2)
Fig. 3 Options
On the “List”, You will see a box that says Options.
Fig. 4 Sort for the Option
If you want to find out a certain piece of Data, type it into the “Option” box. In Fig. 4, above I typed in (or you can “Copy” and Crt V to paste in the entry) “Like” stillblondeaferalltheseyears on Facebook. You can now see all the entries for that response. How many are there?
Fig. 5 Response count
Look in the lower right hand portion of the page and you will see the number of responses to the query “Like” stillblondeaferalltheseyears on Facebook”. 55! Gather other data from the Rafflecopter form in a similar manner.
Fig. 6 Sharebar
You can also find other relevant data to report to Public Relation firms via your social Icons. I have a tool which is called Sharebar, which is a plug-in for WordPress. It appends off the left side of my blog and provides a lot of goodies that Public Relations firms and Companies would love to know. You can see the Sharebar on Still Blonde after all these YEARS. From the Sharebar I can provide data like Facebook Shares and Likes, Tweets, Stumbles, and Google +1. Tell me that Companies and PR firms won’t love this Data! It helps them to validate the Value of blog giveaways and reviews!
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