Offline competitions are competitions or contests that are run without the need to access the internet. The most popular channels of offline competitions are text-in, phone-in and postcard entries.
With so many people having access to the internet these days, it seems a bit “backwards” to run such competitions. However, many “compers” believe they have a bigger chance of grabbing a prize by entering offline.
Why? Because it takes more effort and sometimes more cost to make a phone call, text, or to buy a book of stamps and a book of postcards to enter than to type a name, email and hit enter. Chances are, promoters will receive a lot less entries by post or phone than online.
Where can I find offline competitions?
There are many ways to find offline competitions. Here are a few:
Local magazines and newspapers
Listening to radio stations
What types of offline competitions are there?
There are various types…
Live competitions, for example radio phone-ins
Writing and short-story competitions
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