Rules of exclusion for Twitter sweepstakes

The Twitter Sweepstakes app allows you to filter and exclude users from the list of finalists to have complete control of which users can enter the final draw. Specifically, the available options for exclusion are:

  1. Users who participate with more than one reply or tweet
  2. Exclude blacklisted users
  3. Exclude previous winners
  4. Exclude non-followers
  5. One-time exclusion
  6. Minimum number of followers
  7. Exclude participations registered after a specific date
  8. Include a minimum number of mentions in the tweet
  9. Filter by hashtags in comments

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1. Users who participate with more than one reply or tweet

Even though a user participates with several replies, the system will only count one participation for that user.

In case the user publishes several tweets, it will count as only one participation but the system will accumulate the different mentions of the user.

 

2. Exclude blacklisted users

You can add users that use bad practices to your blacklist and exclude them all with one click from any sweepstakes or contest without needing to find them one by one. Your blacklist is associated to your Easypromos account so you will always have the blacklist available.

 

3. Exclude previous winners

This option allows you to avoid that the same user can win more than one of your sweepstakes.

 

4. Exclude non-followers

This option allows you to limit the finalists to those who are followers of the brand.

 

5. One-time exclusion

You can use it if in a particular draw you want to exclude a user because he does not comply with the regulations. To exclude specific users, you can use one of the following two options:

  • You can use the search box to find a specific user and exclude it from the draw.Create_Twitter_Sweepstakes_13.jpg
  • From the "Participants" section of the draw, you can view the list of all the users who participate, and you have the option "excluded" so that certain participants do not enter the draw. Option available only for Twitter Premium sweepstakes.Create_Twitter_Sweepstakes_14.jpg

6. Minimum number of followers

By default, the application only selects as finalists those participants with a Twitter account who have at least 25 followers. If you want to delete this filter, change it to "0" and save the changes. You can also increase this minimum, always keeping the changes so that it applies.

 

7. Exclude participations registered after a specific date

This option allows you to indicate the closing date of the draw, so that users who participated after this date do not enter the final draw. In this way, we make sure that users who have participated after the deadline will not enter the draw.

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8. Include a minimum number of mentions in the tweet

In the "Replies" and "Mention + Hashtag" sweepstakes, this option allows you to establish as a requirement that the users should include one or several mentions in the tweet or reply, so that the system will exclude the users that have not included the minimum number of required mentions from the final draw.

Tip: Take advantage of this feature to ask users to mention at least 3 of their friends in their reply or tweet, and only if they do this they will enter into the draw for the prize. They can mention as many friends as they want and this increases the viral reach and the engagement of your sweepstakes.

 

9. Filter by hashtags in comments

You can ask the users to include hashtags in their reply tweet to participate. The system will show you all the used hashtags and you can pass the users who have used one or more of the hashtags to the final prize draw. This can be a good idea in promotions that include predictions.

For example: Reply this tweet and tell us with a hashtag who you think will win the oscar for best director: #spielberg #cameron #scorsese #tarantino.

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