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Love competitions? CompetitionsGuide.com.au reviews and lists the best online competitions available for you to enter and WIN.
It's all here, from car competitions to holiday competitions, cash competitions, and competitions offering prizes including BBQ's, cosmetics, baby gear, shopping vouchers, cookware, fashion, appliances, haircare, and much more. See our list of Online Competitions.
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New - It kind of says it all. Winning a car is the most attractive prize for most of our members. Not 'one of the most' .... THE most! We know this, because we see the number of clicks that our members make, each time a new car listing goes live. Read more about Win a Car - Competitions Tips
Online competitions are a great form of entertainment with the potential gain of winning prizes (of course). To members that are new to entering competitions, we offer some very simple guidelines that you may want to take into account before starting to enter. These are covered in further detail below, however these provide a good summary. Here they are: Read more about Competitions 101 (online competitions for beginners)
Australian competitions are fairly much the same around the world. Everyone wants to be win competitions, and sometimes itís as simple as entering and winning. We wish! With over 2,000 Australian online competitions to win at any given time, youíre certainly spoilt for choice. But, with only so much time to enter and hopefully win competitions, itís important to understand some of the basics ....... Read more about Australian Competitions Online
You'd be surprised how often we get asked that question. A quick scan over our Winners or Facebook pages will show people who have won stuff, and more than happy to share their stories with the world. However, this is the tip of the iceberg, and most tend to keep their prizes to themselves. Read more about Do people really Win?
Entering online competitions produces emails. The more competitions you enter, the more emails you receive. But there's no reason to let emails get in the way of your enjoyment of competitions. It's all in how you manage them, and Competitions Guide can give you some worthwhile tips. Read more about Competitions online and managing emails
At Competitions Guide we don't have to look too far to see a range of people winning prizes, from large to small. But, we also come into people frustrated by the process, not being able to win despite trying for varying amounts of time. Read more about What do Winners have in common?
Most visitors to CompetitionsGuide.com.au are everyday people wanting access to enter and win online competitions. However more and more businesses wanting to know more about competitions are spending time with us and asking questions. Whilst we don't hope to even come close to addressing all the issues, we can give some insights to the many things that do and don't work. Some simple "how to's" follow: Read more about Competitions tips for Promoters (Running Competitions)
One of our most difficult area of classification is what we consider as Free-To-Enter or Shop-To-Enter. We are quite often contacted by members (or promoters) who feel that we've got it wrong. Many members simply won't pay for competitions, and promoters feel that they miss out on visitors if they believe their campaign to be free. Read more about Free-To-Enter vs. Shop-To-Enter
Itís the dream of every entrant to win competitions, right? Thatís a fair guess, but often when people take on competitions as a new hobby, itís thought that the trick to win competitions is simply to enter lots. Being ďin it to win itĒ isnít a bad start, however as CompetitionsGuide.com.au recommends, sometimes the ability to win online competitions, is all about the competitions that you enter, followed by how you enter them ......... Read more about Win Competitions
More and more online competitions are growing and growing in both size (of prizes to win) and number. As more Australians have gained internet access, itís hardly surprising that competitions have gone down this track. Less than a decade ago, most competitions occurred either in a shopping or magazine environment using a traditional paper entry method. Online competitions are now the most available of all competitions, which is both good and bad for the entrant ....... Read more about Online Competitions
Why would a promoter want to provide free online competitions rather than getting someone to buy something? Itís no surprise that free competitions are more popular than competitions in which entrants have to buy something first. Free anything is bound to attract attention, but are these good competitions to enter? Read more about Free competitions online
If thereís one topic designed to stir emotions within lovers of competitions, itís which is better, chance or skills competitions. To those of you that donít know, both chance and skills competitions are poles apart, and refer to the different ways in which a competition is drawn or judged. Read more about Difference between Chance and Skills competitions
There are many reasons that competitions exist, but the most across-the-board answer is for commercial reasons. This isn't always the case, as sometimes Government Depts. and charities will run a competition to promote awareness, however when it comes to winning competitions in most cases there is a financial reason behind it. Read more about Why do businesses run competitions?
There is no magic formula to win chance competitions, if there was, then casinos would all go broke. The good news however is that you can win competitions more often if you learn to adapt to some simple rules. The old adage that you can win competitions by "being in it to win it"? Kind of, but not quite. You may have heard of someone that literally makes a living from competition wins. Read more about Tips to win competitions that are chance
Skills competitions are generally thought of as "25 Words Or Less", which does just about sum up the majority. People searching for online competitions, particularly in Australia, either love or hate Words Or Less competitions. However if you genuinely want to win online competitions, we suggest that entering skills competitions is something that you should invest some time in. Read more about Tips to win competitions that are skills based (25 Words Or Less etc.)
You may see the statistics mentioned often at CompetitionsGuide.com.au that the most likely person to enter and win competitions are women. In fact, 91% of CompetitionsGuide.com.au members are women, so our statistic does carry some weight. This has also carried over in years of running competitions both for this website and for an array of clients. Simple rule for promoters, if you want people to enter and win competitions, target females. Read more about Who wants to win competitions
For a small population, Australia is an interesting country when it comes to differences between the states. When it comes to which states people like to enter and win competitions, this is no different. Firstly, NSW has by far the highest number of registered competitions, but thatís mostly because of strict permit rules and has little to do with the origin of where people will enter and win competitions. Read more about Where do people enter and win competitions
A survey we conducted a few years ago indicated that 57% of people that enter competitions have won a prize in the past five years. We could also conclude that 43% who enter competitions havenít won Ö but are still hoping. So if over half those who enter competitions, win competitions, we could have found our answer, but maybe thatís only part of the equation. Read more about Why people enter to win competitions
Entering and winning competitions used to be as simple as filling your details onto any entry form, whacking on a stamp, and into the mail. Of course you can still win competitions in the old fashioned way, however the past decade has seen a surge in new entry methods, but is technology always the best? Read more about Methods to enter competitions
Those of you that have read "Competitions - The Book" will be aware of the stance of CompetitionsGuide.com.au on cheating and what we refer to as the ever present Prize Hog. We wrap the subject up in some humour and references to Clumping Hogs, Scattergun Hogs, Family Hogs, and many more. Read more about Competitions and fairness
We're not even going to try to cover all aspects of competitions and the law, but you should be aware that competitions are either lightly or heavily regulated depending on where they originate from and the type of format involved. Read more about The legal side of competitions
When you enter competitions you will be required to give certain amounts of private information. There are a number of reasons for this, however the basics are to contact you in the event of a competition win. More likely than not your information will go into a database that may or may not be used for future contact. Read more about Competitions and privacy
Whether you win competitions regularly or not, regardless of your experience it's important to keep your eye out for online competitions that can be less than ethical. In our opinion, even competitions that cover themselves legally, can be morally a scam if you are tricked into buying something you don't want or need. Read more about Online competitions and scams
As you know, there are two main ways to enter and win competitions, and these are by chance, or by skill. Both have entirely different methods of drawing or judging. Read more about How competitions are drawn or judged
FaceBook competitions have grown in number in the past year. This has been driven by the uptake of FaceBook members, and the desire of companies to promote their FaceBook fan pages. Read more about FaceBook Competitions
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