Instagram is not only a social network but also a good income-generating platform for many influencers. The common denominator of these two professions on all platforms is the term “giveaway”. How many times have you participated in a popular brand’s Instagram giveaway and asked your luck to show off their game, but unfortunately lost?
Although most of these brands have announced winners, the question is whether these winners are real and are getting them. If you think this is a new strategy for brands and creators, then we tell you that giving away prizes is nothing new to the planet. Country, but it all started in 1851 when an entrepreneur (Benjamin T. Babbitt) started to distribute free lithographs to buyers when buying baking soda while driving cars across the United States.
Until the end of March today, Chris Jenner, the head of the Kardashian family, posted a message about the lucky draw with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from the famous Louis Vuitton brand and a pre-charged credit card worth $20,000. I have to pay close attention to the account Chris mentioned. Except for Chris, her family has held such a lottery before. Although participating in the lottery is not that important, the problem is that someone has won such a thing before or someone knows it.
Who’s winning Such a favorable price? Now not only the big names, but the small influencers on the platform have also started this trend of awarding awards through a method called “circular”. An example of such an event is the recent movie star named Stassi Schroeder who held a prize draw last month for MacBook Air, a $1,500 gift card, a Gucci bag, and a Canon camera. That’s because the star in the airdrop required members to subscribe to all brands, followed by a marketing company called “@socialstance”.
This is the method used by small influencers when paying certain companies to enforce their names. The company also spends money to invite celebrities to promote the sweepstakes. The company had previously worked with other actors such as Lucy Hale and canceled the rally before the announcement. When the social agent was invited to an interview to explain the question of the rally he organized, they did not answer. Similarly, the Kardashians also organized a giveaway event with the planning company of the Australian company.
Although different from the marketing company mentioned above, their giveaways are more public and expected. They also published Instagram IDs and some pictures of Winners Direct announcements. And screenshots. Rs @cbwinners call themselves rs @cbwinners. When the Vox team tried to contact these winners, they did not get a response, and Curated Business did not respond to the interview invitation. Loop draws often appear in the program. But we need answers to make people worthy of such gifts.
From the Joya Studio perfume factory in New York. Although it is just soap and candles, not branded products, we are at least happy to find someone who really wins. But the next question that comes to my mind is that we are curious how he won. Is fate on his side or does he stand by? It turns out that both are, although luck is on his side. Lauren works in the marketing industry, so she knows the methods and strategies that brands use to promote themselves.
Well, this is as lucky as she is participating in the lottery for smaller, lesser-known brands, because according to her marketers, this increases your chances of winning. She said that unlike her, her sister participated in all major drawings, but never participated, and each draw received more than 10,000 comments.
Although the desire to find at least one winner of the lottery has been extinguished, according to the research and testimony of Ben Sargent, an accountant who has worked with some influential people, if someone wins Chris Jenner’s lottery, this idea still lingers in our minds. Exclusive, so if someone wins something, they have to pay taxes themselves. For example, if you win a $60,000 car, you have to pay $20,000 in taxes, so many people sell cars to buy them.
Until the end of March today, Chris Jenner, the head of the Kardashian family, posted a message about the lucky draw with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from the famous Louis Vuitton brand and a pre-charged credit card worth $20,000. Although participating in the lottery is not that important, the problem is that someone has won such a thing before or someone knows it. That’s because the star in the airdrop required members to subscribe to all brands, followed by a marketing company called “@socialstance”.