Re: Why all the good stuff on Twitter?
At the end it's an added bonus (the lotteries) and for myself I don't take them granted. I already won a lot of things within the last 6 months and I am happy. They can run as many twitter- or facebookspecials as they like, I won't be jealous about that.
Originally Posted by redwoodtreesprite2
Out of principle for myself I have chosen not to utilize any of those sites. Luckily I don't have to either.
The only thing I potentially perceive as negative is if I start to feel left out because I did not know about the lottery and it was a one-shot special offer.
Of course they want to network with those sites, it's great cheap exposure and in some cases probably easier for the staff to give a quick update on twitter (this should be rectified long term though imo).
My idea would be to have at least 3 lotteries at different times (to accomodate the different time-zones and "life-styles") that are advertised with a certain window. This only for the big-ticket items, no one should complain about wine&cheese, right?
If I understood that correctly though Sapience&Co have to do them manually, so asking them to get up at midnight to flip a switch might not be very nice either.
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