We all like to win stuff. Radio stations like to have contests and give stuff away (so do I in fact), the problem is that running contests can be a rather large pain in the tush. Vancouver’s Strutta has built a contest platform that makes the process much less painful. Already pretty popular, Strutta has another feather in its cap: The 110 station radio network operated by Entercom has chosen Strutta as their contest platform for all its stations.
Entercom tried out Strutta for a few of the stations in the network and now Strutta is the choice for all the stations across the U.S. in the network.
Running a contest with Strutta starts at $500 for the basic version and $2500 for the pro version, but you can try and set up the contest for free. If you’re interested in running a contest, give them a shout. If you are running a contest for a charity, don’t hesitate to contact them; the folks at Strutta have a great record for helping and supporting good causes.
Hat tip to Radio-info.com
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