Not yet, this may be a feature we add in the future. Each person may enter each contest once.
Feel free to tweet as much as you want though, each time you do you put more eyes on the sponsor which
increases the likelihood of future contests.
No, even though some contests may say "whoever tweets the most" or "the person who tweets the most wins", only one actually counts. Everyone who
enters on this site has the same chance to win. It's up to the contest lister to decide how they word their page. Some contest listers do not read
the site before posting and state that but it's not the case.
This site makes contests easy to find, and offers up all the info about who is playing and
who won. We don't have any interest in who wins, so you can be sure everything is fair.
Tweetswin employees and their families are not allowed to participate.
All the social connections are automated and the bot that manages everything unfollows
anyone that is not following back. This happens rather quickly. We occasionally follow
interesting people in hopes that they will follow us back and the link will be preserved.
Good question, but why not?
If you post your contest using this site, we'll track your
entries, traffic, and choose a winner when the contest ends.
Contests are a great way to get engage the Twitter community!
Yes you can, just tweet a cancel request ( you must be following us ). Here is an example of
a cancel request:
"@tweetswin Please #cancel http://tweetsw.in/1/ for me."
Where 1 would be your contest id ( visible in the nav bar when you view the contest ).
Or you can also just unfollow us, whenever someone stops following @tweetswin all of their data
is automatically removed from the system within a few minutes.
Yes you can, just visit your contest's page and click the asterisk next to the winner's text, this will provide
you with a link and status update to remove that winner and block them from winning again on that contest.
It's a short story. I noticed some contests
and tweeps were not getting any attention, meanwhile
popular people were hosting weekly contests and doing a lot of manual work to
Since I like to code and had a weekend to kill, I thought I'd try to help.
What? Nope. Right now we're just running this thing as a hobby. If traffic and hosting
costs grow to levels that make it less fun as a hobby we have some great ideas that
will provide neat new features and cost money, but the plan is to always stay free for the