Online Competition Success Tips

In this article I am going to talk about successful tips and benefits of entering online competitions, otherwise known as comping. What you can now do with a broadband connection, laptop computer, spare time and perseverance can be truly rewarding, and in some cases life changing! Why not join thousands of other people who are trawling the Internet in search to enter hundreds of online competitions every day in the hope of winning a dream holiday, car, vouchers and cash.

Whilst entering competitions can be a lot of fun, it is certainly not an easy sure-fire way to make cash! Initially you have to look at comping as a hobby, it will take a lot of positive thinking and dedication. Remember folks, luck is always going to be the predetermining factor to your hard work and success, you have to believe that you are going to be the lucky winner!

Success Tips:

Set up a dedicated email address exclusively for entering competitions. Not only will entering competitions be easier to manage by having all your entries in one place, it will also absorb all the spam and keep your established everyday inbox clean.

Statistically the best way of winning competitions is to enter as many as possible, you've probably heard of the old saying 'throw enough mud at the wall, some of it will eventually stick. I would recommend you enter at least 60 competitions a week if you want to see the fruits of your labor. As we all know, 'You have to be in it to win it'.

Save valuable competition entry time with easy one-click intelligent form filling. There are many reliable software sources that fill in your data on almost any web form to eradicate needless typing! Robo Form and Greasemonkey are both excellent products in their own right, very easy to use and makes completing long registration, checkout and autofill survey forms a breeze.

It's a good idea to focus your efforts on prizes that you can really use. It's also worth noting that a competition involving a quiz usually attracts fewer entries, it makes perfect sense to enter this type of competition, and you will have a much greater chance of winning.

Go Social! Twitter has led to a new trend of comping by way of entering Retweet and follow contests which only takes just a few seconds to enter. Twitter marketing activities are designed to get people to follow which ultimately increases their number of followers and builds brand awareness. Before you get started you will need to (If you haven't already) sign up for a Twitter account. Your chances of winning this syndicate style will depend on the number of eligible entries received. I would recommend the following sites to search, all of which offer a rich source of updated Twitter competitions,,, and

Another excellent and worthy competition application is to appear on game shows to win cash, cars and holidays. This year I personally won £22,472.00 as a Deal or No Deal contestant, not bad for a couple of weeks work. I would highly recommend using the Beonscreen website, you will get new show alerts sent instantly to your email inbox, alternatively follow Beonscreen on Twitter and get new show details instantly! The downside to game shows of course is that you are unable to hide behind your laptop for this one, it will involve show casing yourself in front of large cameras, studio audience and meeting famous people such as Noel Edmunds.

So if you are ready to enter competitions, follow these success tips to start winning today but remember, entering online competitions is NOT a Get Rich-Quick Scheme... It can take many months to start winning prizes. If i can offer one more piece of advice, don't give up!

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1 comment:

  1. Every competition has its own rewards, but before achieving them, you must work through even the toughest failures. Social media is one effective means to get audiences and support online. Aside from Twitter, Facebook would be an ideal choice for sharing information. You can tag your friends so that their friends can see it, or you can ask people to share what are essential to help you in a competition.

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