Can I use Rafflecopter on my blog?
I’m just going by the TOS which say very clearly
“Amazon.com and other select affiliate links are permitted so long as they are not the primary content of the blog in question. Other exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis.”
Key word there would be primary content. I may contact staff just to satisfy my curiosity but I’m not losing sleep over 1 or 2 links, and if in the rare event it was pulled I could avail myself of the appeals process.
Again, thanks, you’ve all been very helpful.
Man, this answers my question, which seems quite dumb to me that I can’t add this rafflecopter widget into my blog. I’m trying to host a giveaway and drive traffic to all places, *sigh* WP needs to get on it.
It IS frustrating, but I think if you reserve a dot com and “self host” then you can use Rafflecopter with WordPress. So…you have to pay for it.
I wonder why free Blogger.coms blogs are compatible with Rafflecopter, but not free WordPress? Just curious.
I feel like broken record in this thread. Has reading gone out of style or is there a language comprehension issue here?
Just in case this applies, do note that the WordPress.com advertising policy states this:
Paid or sponsored post content is also prohibited. http://en.support.wordpress.com/advertising/
FTC disclosure announcement http://ftc.gov/opa/2009/10/endortest.shtm
I love my WordPress blog but running giveaways is extremely tedious for me (and my readres) using the comment forms. With blog giveaways so popular it seems like there should be some sort of mechanism that could make this easier for us.
Are there anything tools out there that I’m not aware of?
Again, I never said it was a requirement. Just that it, or something very comparable, would make my WordPress experience (and lots of other bloggers) so much smoother.
Also, I cannot afford self-hosting right now. I’m starting small, like lots of other “mom bloggers,” and that’s something I’ll have to work up to as I get more subscribers. And the giveaways are one of the tools I’m using to reach that goal.
Sorry about the typos. I’m in a big hurry right now, got lots of irons on the fire!
No worries. We all have typos and no Edit button here.
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