I am trying out rafflecopter for the first time and am doing a giveaway of my book 31 Days to Become a Better Reader: Increasing your struggling reader's reading level. This is the actual hard copy of the book and not just an ebook. Not only that, but I will even personally sign this book for you as well.
Doing a Rafflecopter giveaway is a really a cool way to reward people for helping you spread the word about your raffle because you give your potential winners different points for doing certain actions. For instance, if you like the Skyping Reading Tutor on my facebook page, then you are going to get 3 points in the raffle. If you tweet about my giveaway, then you will get another 3 points. (The best part is that you can get these points every time you tweet about it, but only one entry per day counts). Just by entering your favorite quote from a children's book you will get +2 points, and by following me on Twitter you will get another 2 points. The more points that you have the better your chances are for winning. You absolutely have nothing to lose. So click on a Rafflecopter giveaway and get a chance to win your very own signed copy of 31 Days to Become a Better Reader: Increasing your struggling reader's reading level.
Have you used rafflecopter before? How did it work for you if you did? If you didn't how could it be useful for your campaigns?