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I'm thinking about sending several mom blogs requests to do a giveaway for us. But I'm wondering, what is the etiquette about running the giveaway on more than one blog? I know, as a mom blogger, it's disheartening to have someone else tweeting/facebooking/etc about the same giveaway on their own blog, but what if the giveaways run at different times? Would really appreciate your thoughts.

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Mix it up if you can but I would say as long as the contests are running at different times, is fine. That way your not asking any fellow mom bloggers to compete.
Thanks for your input!


Karen said:
Mix it up if you can but I would say as long as the contests are running at different times, is fine. That way your not asking any fellow mom bloggers to compete.
Hi Jeanne
I have absolutely seen more than 1 blogger run the same giveaway. Jennifer James is the creator of the Mom Bloggers Club and she has a really great blog on Tumblr - JJameslOnline.com. I would highly recommend reading it PRIOR to approaching bloggers. One of the primary things she talks about is how to pitch your product(s) to bloggers. She really knows how to navigate the blogosphere.

I hoped this helped you. Blessings to you!

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