How to Make a Powerful Facebook Contest

Woobox includes free features that can further your social media strategy. For example, free accounts can instantly pick-a-winner, create a hashtag Poll Post on their Facebook business timeline, and install Facebook Tabs.
But how would you combine two free Woobox features into a powerful Facebook contest? Great question!

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15 Quick and Easy Summer Contest Ideas

Summer is in full swing! Don’t let the heat get you in a bit of a slump when coming up with fresh cool campaign ideas. Need inspiration? At Woobox, we’re full of ideas and examples to get you started.

Where are most people spending their free time in summer? …

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More than Facebook: Using Woobox Across All Your Social Media Channels

Think you can only run Woobox promotions on Facebook? You’re in for a big surprise…

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9 Ways To Run an Engaging Photo Contest

Photo contests are a great way to interact with your fan base, and Woobox makes it easy to collect photos and other useful data.
However, how many ways can you actually run a photo contest? A lot, as it turns out. That’s part of the reason Woobox’s photo contest …

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Facebook Hashtag Entry for Photo Contests

Woobox’s hashtag entry for Facebook allows you to accept photo contest submissions posted directly to your timeline! Simply supply your fans with a hashtag that is specific to your brand and promotion, and then ask them to post a photo on your Facebook page’s timeline with the hashtag in the message. The entry will be tracked and added to the contest automatically! 

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Pick A Winner Via #Hashtag Entry for Twitter and Instagram!

If you’ve tried our free Pick A Winner app for Facebook, then you know how simple we have made the process of picking a winner from a Facebook post promotion. Did you know that you can also pick winners on Twitter and Instagram by using a specific hashtag? For example, if you tell your followers to tag posts with #InsertYourHashtagHere, our tool will randomly select a winner from all those public hashtag mentions, removing all the guesswork and any hints of favoritism from the equation!

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