Submit your sweepstake or contest online with WinASweepstakes for free and help promote your giveaway.
These are 2 contests I won’t publish so don’t waste your time filling out the form:
- The prize is a gun or ammunition
- The sponsor is a provider of guns or ammunition
The overall main intention of my site is promote contests for businesses in the US and Canada. Because that’s my geographic target and what I want visitors to know what WinASweepstakes is for. I may accept other countries (mainly the UK and Australia) as long as the prize awarded is available to Canadians and / or Americans.
I have a FAQ below the form if you have more questions. I also maintain a list of brands and companies I don’t publish.
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How do I apply to be a Publisher?
It will take usually 1 to 2 days before getting approved, assuming I do approve your application.
How long will it take to approve my contest?
Not all contests will be approved. It could be rejected for a number of reasons.
Will I get an email if my contest is approved?
Will I get an email if my contest is rejected?
What will cause my contest to be rejected?
2. If the contest doesn’t show any contact information (on the site or in the rules)
3. If the contest looks spammy or seems illegal
What if I have issues submitting the form because there aren’t the right options to select?
What are some contests you won’t publish?
2. If the prize has to do with hunting animals
3. I may or may not publish contests that originate from outside of Canada or the United States.
4. You have no contact information in the contest. Many Gleam contests seem to be like this. See an example below. This makes me think it’s just a way to collect emails.
|Submit a contest that is approved. I may deduct points if I have to edit it because you didn’t follow instructions on my form, but, it won’t go below 1 point.||10|
|At my discretion: Grand Prize dollar value per $100. Not total ARV, it’s just the value for 1 grand prize (or first prize) because that is really what contest seekers are looking for.||1|
|Submitting a contest review or pointing out issues with it||3|
|Visiting this site||1|
|Logging into the site||1|
|Thumbs up on a contest||1|
Points are automatically awarded by the website software unless it says: “At my discretion”.
What do I get for the points?
Right now, I don’t have a schedule for redeeming points. I will selectively pick individuals with points and award them with software tools I have that can help your website or online marketing efforts.
Example of a Contest I Will Not Approve
Notice there is no contact information, even a name of the business. I didn’t take a screenshot of the front because I don’t want to identify the contest, but, the front end only asks for an email. It doesn’t have any indication of the business running this.
Maybe if the contest was listed on a website, I wouldn’t mind, but, it was just a link to the Gleam app.
These rules makes me think you’re just using Gleam / contest to collect emails for spamming.
And if you make up some name I can’t find in a search, I also won’t publish it.