Entering and winning competitions is an art. It might seems simple buts it’s a whole science on its own. It is most commonly known as comping.
The skills you need to be a professional comper can be learned and honed over time.
Here is a rundown of all the tricks and tips we recommend you use to help your journey of comping.
Set up an Email Account:
You will surely need a separate email account for your comping career and your personal life. The two should not mix with each other. This is for the sake of your sanity and for the sake of your inbox.
You can also set up different filters which can help you sort this new email account.
Don’t be afraid of tough looking competitions. Enter all competitions on FreeCanadaSamples. Now it might seem like a stupid thing to say but you’re more likely to win tough competitions rather than easier competitions.
This is solely based on the fact that not many people will enter tough competitions thus making your chances of winning that much higher.
Don’t give up your details:
Never give up your details when comping. There’s always the chance that you can be scammed. Which is never a please experience. So it’s better to stick with free to participate competitions.
Engage with the brands:
It’s no surprise that brands would prefer to choose a winner who’s actually a loyal customer of theirs rather than just a professional comper. So it’s advised to stay in touch with the brand trough their social media websites letting them know you actually like them and are not just here for the free stuff. Even if that’s exactly why you’re there.
You can never become a professional comper if you lack the most important skill of all. Actually liking what you do. If you’re just comping as a chore then you’re going to tire and burn out very soon. So be sure to actually enjoy comping before you invest your time and money into it.
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