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Resources on How-To win Giveaways

After a year of blogging I have seen lots of giveaways {many with really neat prizes} go by, and have groaned when I didn’t win.  Who doesn’t want to win?  Whether it is cash, or an item you want, check out these tips on how to win that giveaway.

How To Win Giveaways by Save Your Money Momma, a guest post at Life’s A Charm {here is the link to the post}  ~ My favorite tip from her is to only spend your time entering a giveaway you are truly interested in.  It doesn’t do you any good to win something you don’t want.  Seems kinda obvious doesn’t it, LOL.

How to Win Blog Giveaways by Julie at Knitting and Sundries, a guest post at My Love Affair with Books.  ~ I like how she pointed out you don’t have to be a blogger to enter blog giveaways.  Just take the time to set up the GFC account, and off you go!

And if you are wondering about adding giveaways to your blog: How To Start Offering Giveaways On Your Blog by Savvy Blogging.  ~ I like how they mention using Gift Cards you have earned through SwagBucks as prizes.  Does anyone want to know how I got the $15 Amazon Gift Card I’m giving away?  {PS ~ that giveaway is open until Monday the 25th, so enter now!}

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