Attendees must have either shared your summit online or attended at least one live talk, at the minimum.
You've just set up a giveaway and are wondering - how does HeySummit choose the winners?
HeySummit randomly selects winners from entries based on the following criteria. For the winners of event-wide giveaways, they need to have either:
- shared the summit on a social media platform
- attended at least 1 talk (live)
- done any another viral incentive (if applicable)
For winners of speaker/talk level giveaways, the criteria is pretty much the same, but winners must have had registered for the specific talk that is holding the giveaway.
We count registered attendees as one who has accepted the T&Cs and entered their email addresses. The system will automatically block the host or speaker from being able to win. It is not possible for an attendee to win the same prize twice.
The platform automatically selects the winners. For example, if a Speaker is offering a giveaway, the winner will be chosen 24 hours after the talk goes live.
If on the other hand, the giveaway is being offered on a summit-wide level, a winner will be chosen at the end of the entire event, not just after one talk.
These will appear under Activity & Reporting > Giveaway Winners.
Can an attendee with no ticket win a giveaway? Say, for example, if they shared the summit online?
This is unlikely, as it's a prerequisite for winners to have attended at least one talk. Since tickets are required for talks, an attendee who has not registered for a ticket cannot win the giveaway.
Can I trigger a redraw of the winner?
It's not possible for an Event Organizer to trigger this.
If you've read the above and still have questions about how the winner was determined, write into us at email@example.com.