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message 1: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia Vespia (cynv) | 48 comments What is the best contest you've seen or can you recommend some tips on doing a contest where the winner receives a copy of your book.
(Other than the Goodreads giveaway)
Cynthia Vespia

message 2: by Peggy (new)

Peggy Holloway | 393 comments Good question. Hope it gets lots of feedback. I want to do a contest and give away one of my books.

message 3: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia Vespia (cynv) | 48 comments Me too, that's why I'm asking.

message 4: by Melissa (new)

Melissa Wray | 13 comments Raffle copter. It is easy to set up, no cost and you choose what readers need to do to enter. For example you can set up a free entry, ask entrants to add to the TBR list etc. The more things they do, the more entries they get. At the end it randomly selects a winner but also emails you a list of all who entered. I have used it before and am about to use it again for a promo this Wed.

message 5: by Peggy (new)

Peggy Holloway | 393 comments Is Raffle copter something on goodreads?

message 6: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia Vespia (cynv) | 48 comments No, Rafflecopter is separate from Goodreads.

message 7: by Nicholas (new)

Nicholas Jr | 5 comments I've seen Rafflecopter on many blogs these days. I think it might be worth checking out. If anyone on here does use it, post back in here and let us know how you liked it.

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