Surprise and delight your customers by showing them the lengths you are willing to go to make them a returning, happy user. Below are some of the reasons you should use Waitlistr’s Giveaway feature.

5.Dot your Is and cross your Ts: You will be able to create a professional yet user-friendly giveaway. For example, you will be asked to enter the terms and conditions for your campaign. No worries if you don’t have an idea what to include, we have researched examples of terms and conditions other giveaway owners have used so you don’t have to.

4.Make your giveaway viral

On time for Valentine’s, we just launched a feature we are VERY excited about. Our members now can “like” a waitlists. So if you are not ready to commit, but are feeling butterflies in your stomach, you can click the little heart on the bottom left corner of the list you are eyeing. By clicking on it, the list will be added to your favorites in your dashboard.

This new engagement feature, not only provides active feedback to the list owner, but if your list gets a lot of likes it will be bumped up in the browsing section, making…

Because we love our users (and everyone else), we’re giving away a year’s worth of Premium for free to anyone who signs up using this link.

What does our Premium tier offer? Features such as multiple image upload, private lists, embeddable list widgets, analytics, capped lists, and much more!

Act fast because this offer expires November 30th!

Manage supply and demand

If you offer something where demand is bigger that your supply, managing requests can be a challenge. Waitlistr makes that simple and clear for you and your list members by streamlining communication and transparency.

All-in-one solution

If you’re already running a list using tools cobbled together but want a slick, all-in-one solution, running an online waiting list streamlines most of the painful tasks and save you tons of time.

The power of viral waitlists

Social sharing has repeatedly been proven to grow your leads. With viral sharing turned on, list members are rewarded for sharing your list and getting their social community to join the list too.

Flexible list types

(Note: This article originally appeared on LinkedIn. The author is William Jiang.)

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I’ve always sort of been into computers. My grandma bought me a TRS-80, trash-80, for my birthday one year, and that was it. I think I spent more time messing with that than playing games on my Atari. I remember going to computer camp in the early 80s and being fascinated with the idea of writing a line of code and then watching what happened from that bit of code. Early on, it was just messing around with Basic and Pascal — making little games.

Fast forward to…

Sharing is caring! (Sometimes.)

It has been a few weeks since our relaunch, and we’ve been hard at work squashing bugs and talking to List Owners. One thing that consistently came up in conversation was the desire to turn off the ability to move up the list by sharing it. After hearing that request enough times, we decided to make it a part of the product as a premium feature.

You may be wondering why someone would want to disallow a List Member to move up the list. Allow us to explain.

Say you have a list in which the order of List Members…

To celebrate our relaunch, we ordered a a batch of black t-shirts with our new logo on them. We received them from the printer a few days ago, and we’ll be shipping them out to a few lucky folks very soon.

Over the years, we’ve watched Waitlistr grow from a handful of users and waitlists to a vibrant community made up of thousands of users and thousands of waitlists. Thank you all so much!

We’ve decided to take a big step forward, and we hope you’ll join us.

Today, we’re rolling out a new look and feel, a new way of creating and joining lists, and new premium features—all centered around making you happy, whether you’re a List Member or List Owner.

Here are some of the new features you’ll find in the new Waitlistr:

Embeddable widget

Want to easily embed your list…

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