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I'm planning on using Rafflecopter next month for my giveaways (reviews/giveaways are my niche, so I expect to use it about 20 times each month!). The feedback from readers is overwhelmingly in favor of it because it takes less time to enter.

 

But I'm worried about the impact it has on a blog's statistics, specifically page views. Can anyone who uses Rafflecopter comment on what their stats look like now compared to what they looked like before using the system? Big difference (good or bad)? No difference? I

I'd love to hear the perspective of bloggers who use it! Thanks! 

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Like all things, it took a little adjustment to the way I formatted my giveaways when I switched to Rafflecopter.  I've received mostly good feedback and my average number of entries skyrocketed though.  As someone who enter giveaways too, I'd take Rafflecopter any day over Google docs, which I actively avoid.

My First Giveaway with Rafflecopter (which is still going on) is a success. I've entries like never before. I just posted another givewaway but the Rafflecopter window from the first giveaway was blocking the recent one, so I had to remove it and use the old method.

I have some great giveaways coming up in few days, using rafflecopter would have made them to be hits but since I'm having this problem, I have to stick to the old way.

Has any one had this problem before? Please what can I do to fix it?

Thanks.

That's where the "read more" method comes in.  I don't know about blogger but in wordpress, I just click read more icon and install code on html side under the read more.  Works like a charm!
It's good idea to have them post a comment in the blog as an entry. It does help.
Since I've used Rafflecopter my unique views have jumped by 49% for the month. I've increased pageviews and traffic overall. I have way more entries and more individual people entering. Rafflecopter has been the most positive move for my blog!

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