All fees are charged at the time of submission and are nonrefundable.
We can not guarantee results of giveaway listings.
The results from your giveaway listing hinge on external variables we can’t control such as the appeal of your giveaway prize; entry requirements; how much lead time you’ve given us (how long it was listed); and a number of other factors.
Our commitment you is that we do our best to get real people to enter your giveaways.
We offer a unique, hybrid service.
It’s not just measuring clicks or visits. It’s not just paying for a personal service. It’s not just paying to access our carefully curated, engaged audience. It’s all of it, together.
In the end, you benefit from our time, our expertise and the access to our audience.
First, we will provide you with the view and click numbers for your promotion.
If the numbers show that your listing was underperforming, we will comp your next promotion (of equal value to your original order) if ALL of the following conditions are met:
We will get real people to your listing.
Our average cost-per-view (CPV) for Active Promotion listings is 12¢.
The majority of listings fall within our average CPV of $0.08-$0.35 (between 3-12 views per dollar) with a click-through-rate of 85%.
We see the views on our end and track them via Google analytics.
It's up to them to click & enter.
You see the clicks on your end, as a referral/entrance on your landing page and/or by viewing your unique real-time click tracking link.
Keep in mind that clicks account for 85% of views, on average.
12 views at 85% = 10 clicks
Your click results highly depend on your prize and location eligibility, both being factors outside of our control.
If your listing results are outside of the average range, this is likely why.
- Lower than average view results are almost always due to low prize appeal or a short listing period.
- Lower than average click results are almost always due to eligibility or location restrictions.
- Once people are on your landing page, if you are seeing a low click to entry conversion rate — it is almost always due to an entry form that is hard to find; a high-barrier to entry (what you’re asking entrants to do); or unclear entry instructions.