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Using the Rafflecopter widget

Okay guys, so I’m getting a lot of entries that are either not registering, or they’re registering and the entry isn’t valid. Let me know if this mini tutorial helps. I deleted the mention of clicking on the Rafflecopter link and perhaps that caused the confusion, so I apologise.

Firstly in the giveaway post, there are the words ‘A rafflecopter giveaway’ right at the end. You need to click on that link.


You’ll then get to this page where you’ll login either using Facebook or with your name and email address. The total at the top shows you that you start with 0/22 entries. As you complete entries, that figure will change to 1, 4, 9 or 22, depending on which entry methods you chose. Again you do not need to do all of the steps.


You’ll click on the little drop down arrow next to each entry option and you’ll then see how many entries that method is worth and you’ll be instructed what to do to earn the entry/entries.


For Twitter you click on the ‘Follow’ button and it will take you to my Twitter page, you click ‘Follow’ and then enter your Twitter username in the space provided, click ‘I follow’ (bottom right) and that option will then be completed and grey out to show you’ve completed it.


If you go onto my Facebook page, share the competition post, and then enter your Facebook username and click ‘Enter’. Also leave any comment on the actual giveaway post, click ‘I commented’ and that finishes that option.

Here is the link again for you to click on, or go back to the previous post and you’ll find it at the end of the post. Let me know if this helps and also if you have any other questions, let me know šŸ™‚

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Iā€™m Simone, a mom of 3, a wife...obsessed with my family, makeup and books!

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