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Connect with customers through Twitter contests

Attract new followers; increase engagement, shares and website visits.

Utilize branded hashtags for contest entries

Allow fans to participate in your contest without ever leaving Twitter. Ask entrants to post to Twitter with your unique contest hashtag, and those posts will be collected in ShortStack as entries. Every post will spread the word about your campaign, increasing your brand’s exposure.

Engage your audience with Retweet contests

Retweet contests take minutes to create, but they’re a powerful tool for engaging your Twitter audience and increasing brand awareness. However, tracking entries can be a pain. With our feeds feature, you can collect the usernames of people who retweet your contest post, then choose a random winner from those entries.

Turn followers into leads

Tweet a link to your Twitter contest, or post the link in your bio. When people click the link, they land on your contest entry form. Once they fill out the form, they’re entered for a chance to win and you have leads to use for future marketing efforts.

Pick where to publish your giveaway

Collect submissions with forms

People can enter your user-generated content (UGC) by uploading their content via customizable forms. Increase your data collection and entries by using ShortStack’s Refer-a-friend, encouraging shares, and by utilizing marketing automation to grow your followers.

Run your Twitter contest with or without a landing page

You don’t need a landing page to run a Retweet, comment to enter or hashtag contest. However, there are plenty of options for Twitter-focused contest landing pages.

Create an exclusive offer to share with your most loyal customers.

*Template requires Agency Plan or above.

Invite-Only Giveaway

Collect UGC (user generated content) from Instagram or Twitter and award extra chances to win by including an optional form.

*Template requires a paid plan.

Hashtag Contest + Form

Customer Success Story

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