How do I explain the entry process?
Entry process description examples
To develop official rules, we’ll ask you to describe your promotion’s entry process –
conversational. Tell us what the person has to do to enter . We’ll then convert the
“conversational” description into official terms when we write the rules.
Here are some example descriptions clients have used to describe their entry process.
“We are creating a landing page for the promotion. Customers will enter their contact
information on our website landing page to enter.”
“Users will enter their name, address and phone number on a website sign up form at
“To enter the Sweepstakes, first visit our company promotion website. After arriving at the
landing page, the user will need to select the correct tiles to match the secret clues. There
will be a total of four (4) clues. If you match them correctly you’re entered into the
“Customers will log on to www.companywebsite.com and either sign in if they’re already a
registered customer or register their product(s). Then they’ll post a review of any product and
they’ll be automatically entered into the Sweepstakes. They can also enter by submitting a
review through a link in an official Ratings and Review email they receive after registering any
of our brand product.”
“We want to run a contest. The contest is hosted on Facebook inline; the call to action is “tell
us your rescue story.” Customers enter their rescue story and the best stories win. We’ll have a
first, second and third place winners.”
“Students can enter at yourschool.com by building their own breakfast sandwich from 10/4-11/8.
Students will vote for which creation they like best from 11/8-11/15. At the end of the voting
period, the recipe with the top votes will win the prize.”
“Customer can go to www.promosite.com to upload a video. This video will be the “Entry” in the
“We’re putting game pieces in our product. We’ll have 3 winning game pieces out of 10,000.”
“We’re creating an online game. Customers enter their contact information then they enter a
product code. If the product code matches the winning code, customer receives a win screen and
how to claim their prize.”