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john John Skorick (@john) replied to Aurora Afable (@aurora) on Pinned comment
Very interesting!

A few years ago we ran a sweepstake for @myaka and at the time had just 20 or 30 followers. That contest generated 800 in 30 days.

Granted, none of them became customers but our like number looked a lot better!
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aurora Aurora Afable (@aurora) replied to John Skorick (@john) on Pinned comment
Good question! I was actually studying this a couple of days ago. Based on what I tested, FB is still the best place to hold contests for lead generation. You just need to have the right amount of audience. FB started to limit on the things people can do for your contests (not to mention that their native app is broken lol!). To get around this, you can use other contest apps that are allowed to be integrated on fb. Here are some of the most used ones:

www.shortstack.com/
www.rafflecopter.com/
woobox.com/

To make it spread like wildfire, always give an incentive for sharing with friends.
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john John Skorick (@john) on Pinned comment
Hey @aurora

Great usage of the ASK Topic!

Brands running contests/sweepstakes on Facebook used to turn to WildFire. What is the best way to run sweepstakes on Facebook these days?

Thanks,

John
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john John Skorick (@john) replied to Aurora Afable (@aurora) on Pinned comment
Some days I think we'd all like to follow that advice.
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aurora Aurora Afable (@aurora) on Pinned comment
Disconnect yourself from the internet.
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john John Skorick (@john) replied to Saïd Amin (@said) on Pinned comment
It would also be useful but who would want that!
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said Saïd Amin (@said) on Pinned comment
Impossible. If they allowed that, it wouldn't be "real-time" ;)
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