Twitter competition example:Want to win
a £50 Amazon gift card courtesy of@website_planet?Help us reach our goal of getting 1,000 followers and we willselect one winner. RT and Follow to enter.T&C’s: http://www.websiteplanet.com
You want people to Retweet
yourmessage (for best results),Incorporate the Twitter account in yourmessage so people know who you are.[ A l s o , i n c l u d e y o u r T & C i n t h e p o s t ]
Facebook are a bit more
strict:They have their own guidelineswhen it comes to competitions(You can read the guidelines here)
One of the popular competitions
is a:Caption CompetitionEngage people by letting them comment and givetitles to a certain photo/post(something to do with your company)And let them know:The best caption wins!
Spend a few hours creating
a content planat the beginning of each week.[Collect all the latest news stories from your site andthen write down any notable content from other sites]Tip #2:
In conclusion:(If you find the
right balance between the contents)You keep your audience happy every day of the week,Increase your reach, engagement and also buildyour own credibility by posting high quality content.
How you create an Advanced
Segment:Once you’re signed into GoogleAnalytics and have selected a site youwant to get data for,you should be able to see a“Advanced Segment” button just under themain orange navigation bar at the top.