Sweepstakes Lady Website Review
The site has a Pinterest style to it rather than just simple links. It's a very visual presentation and the sweeps jump right out at you, so anyone who has a problem with long lists on the computer screen will find this helpful. Some may prefer such a list of links but this design makes it easy to pick a sweep you're interested in quickly. Each sweepstakes has explanatory text below the picture with the end date on some but not all of the contests
There is a mix of listings of big ticket items like vehicles and cash prizes to small gift cards and other prizes. Sweepstakes Lady is associated with the Freebies Lady website so the link at the top titled "Get Free Stuff" will link you directly to that website.
You can keep up with the most recent sweeps through by signing up for the site's newsletter which requires your name and email. Signing up also earns you an entry in the most current $300 giveaway from the site.
I don't see a forum at the site or space for comments with each sweep. Both I can live without, but I do personally like to see comments and tips from other sweepers, especially if they've encountered technical problems with a contest or if they think it's a scam or spammy.
The site could definitely be better organized with categories. Right now, there is a page bar near the bottom of each of the website pages. There is an ad box at the bottom that may seem like part of the site at first but it's actually full of sponsored ads.
Rating and Info
I give the site 4/5 stars because I believe experienced sweepers would like to see a category list and possibly a comment section. However, the Sweepstakes Lady also has a Facebook page, so entrants can leave their comments about individual sweeps there if they like. Visit sweepstakeslady.com for more info.
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