Behind the Scenes with Sweepstakes Advantage!

You may remember years ago I had a podcast called With The Contest Queen. I stopped as life changes, technology changed and I was focused on other things. As my goal was to increase video content in 2017, I decided to revive the podcast, but as a video show.

In Episode 2, I interview Ken Carlos, co-owner and co-creator of Sweepstakes Advantage & Sweepstakes Plus. We talk about the site’s history, the site’s best features, what changes happened in 2017, what changes are planned for 2018 and how you can win from Ken.

(If you missed it, go back and watch Episode 1.)

Links as promised in the video – past interview with Ken (October 14, 2008):

I wouldn’t be the Contest Queen without giving you chances to win!

SHORT RULES: Win one (1) of six (6) one (1) month subscriptions to Sweepstakes Plus. Open Worldwide. Ends at 11:59pm ET on Thursday December 21st 2017. Watch the episode to find out exactly how to enter. Send your email with the information outlined in the episode to enterme@contestqueen.com.

Do you use Sweepstakes Plus?

2017-12-07T17:43:09+00:00 December 7th, 2017|With The Contest Queen|3 Comments

About the Author:

Carolyn

Carolyn Wilman (aka @ContestQueen) is a Digital Marketing Strategist and Sweepstakes Specialist. Carolyn teaches others how to Find, Organize, Enter and Win giveaways along with working with companies to create, and viral market, winning promotions maximizing ROI and loyal customers.

3 Comments

  1. Christine Green December 8, 2017 at 5:02 am - Reply

    I just finished watching the your interview with Ken. Thank You! I am new to sweeping but I am definitely having fun. I am so glad I watched this video. I am on my way to check out Sweepstakes Advantage after I finish with my comment. My thoughts are swirling all around me so I hope I have been able to make sense. I just wanted to say Thank you for being willing to help others learn the best ways to have more chances to win.

  2. Cooper December 12, 2017 at 4:16 am - Reply

    Actually, in Ken’s example of odds, if there are 100 entries and you have one entry your odds are 99 to 1 (1 winner and 99 losers).

  3. cindy December 12, 2017 at 1:51 pm - Reply

    I would love to try Win one (1) of six (6) one (1) month subscriptions to Sweepstakes Plus! Thank You

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