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My fascination for winning things started very young… back in the pre-internet days, I used to watch television shows and look through the newspapers for competitions and giveaways. I also used to attend bingos and buy a stack of bingo cards, also reducing the average age of attendees by about 20 years on my very own. I was such an avid competitor, that I used to win BIGTIME but I was severely underage (at most I was about 10-12 years old) so I would give my parents’ names...

My sister’s birthday is coming up, and she recently complained about not having enough dresses for her friends’ weddings. It’s a problem I have as well – so many weddings, so few outfits.  So for her birthday, I’ve decided to spoil her with a gorgeous dress that she can wear out to a variety of events and parties. She’s easy to shop for because she used to be a model, so dresses usually fit her perfectly. My latest find is Dress First, which is the first online...

This is a question I often get asked.  Blog hosts want to know what I do to get products for review & for giveaway hostings. This is the process I went and go through: Preparing & Writing the Review Build up a visitor count!/followers. This isn’t completely necessary, but I myself didn’t actually start working on reviews & giveaway hostings until I felt that I had enough followers to attract the giveaway sponsors’ interest.  Of course, it’s...

I’ll admit that I’m not a huge Twitter user.  I’m not crazy about their social media platform but not ignorant to how useful it can be! So here are a few tips on how to use Twitter to promote your giveaway: Make a tweet for entrants to copy and paste. That way you can ensure that all important information will be included and participants don’t have to take their time to create their own tweet! For the tweet, come up with a snappy, short and attractive...

Follow these easy tips and you’ll be sure to win more prizes! Obviously, enter as many times as you can! Do as many of the additional entry options as possible, and make sure you follow directions on how to post them. If you are asked to post a separate comment for each entry, then don’t post only one entry summarizing everything you did.  A lot of giveaway hosts use random.org and it would be a shame that you just turned your 14 entries into only 1! Get a Twitter,...

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