Update: The sale for the Dynamic Contest Creator plugin is now live at just $10.00 for the first 24 hours.
It will rise on Monday 15th at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST) to $12.50, and then again to $17.
Demo contest here. Please note this ISN’T a real competition.
Here’s a list of features.
o Optional list building via autoresponder service integration.
o Optional gathering of name and email addresses via plugin.
o Set date/time for contest start, end, and award announcements.
o Set the number of winners.
o Optionally restrict to WP subscribers only.
o One entry per user, IP address controlled.
o Unique referring link for each user to promote.
o Full customisation of all text fields including error messages.
o Optionally upload your logo and product images.
o Built in product image slider.
o Add your own question and answers.
o Four different template layouts.
o Six colour themes.
o Thirty-seven great looking fonts built in.
o Optionally set your own background image.
o Contestant sharing via optional social network integration:
o Contestant sharing by email and referral link.
o Winner selection via button click.
o Email send to winners.
o Fully loaded statistics section.
It’s a HUGE plugin that helps you list build by running competitions where the winners are those who refer the most other entrants to you. I would also recommend that you give every entrant at least something so that everybody wins.
We all like to win stuff, right?
In other words you’re adding a touch of excitement to what would normally be a giveaway list building exercise that normally isn’t there.
You’ve probably seen this kind of thing done on TV where a gameshow will advertise a competition in the ad break. The questions are so easy that hardly anyone ever gets them wrong, and often they’re multiple choice to make it even easier.
As for the competitions themselves, they’re impossible not to get the question right.
With the Dynamic Contest Creator plugin, if the entrant selects the wrong answer, they’re told right away so they can have another go.
When they finally get the right answer, they’re asked for their name and email address, and I would also suggest that you tell them to start sharing the competition with their friends via the social networks and through email. They get a unique referring link to enable them to do this.
So there’s two key aspects to this plugin, but it’s up to you if you use them both.
#1 – Optional – Give everyone a prize. We all like to win stuff.
#2 – Give the people with the most referrals something extra.
Once you have their name and email address, then you can send them emails to get them to promote the competition, and even enhance it by adding in unadvertised prizes to build the excitement.
And of course, you can send your new list promotional offers for which you are an affiliate.
Everybody wins, and that’s the kind of thing I like, and I hope you do too.
I’ll get some tutorial videos up on Monday and cover each section in turn. Don’t worry though, it’s very much self-explanatory and a few minutes experimentation and you’ll know your way around it.