hdh74 wrote: »
One thing I don't like, and I've seen it mentioned quite a lot, is that a lot of compers now don't bother to say thank you for the prize. I know the competition is a form of advertising and they are entitled to the prize they win, but surely it is only good manners and will encourage companies to run more comps if they are received well.
I have a few friends who are bloggers who say that when they contact the winner to tell them they have won and ask for details, they get an email back with the address on, nothing else, and are never told if the recipient even got the prize, wheras if someone has to wait more than a few days for a prize they are often bombarded with emails demanding 'when is my prize coming?'
I have noticed a few companies asking me to let them know I got the prize and/or pop a post on social media if that's where I won it, something I always do anyway, and where they don't ask I'm often surprised at how enthusiastically they thank me for thanking them, as though it's a novelty!
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