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May 26, 2010

Now Seeking Nominations: Sherpa’s Viral and Social Marketing Hall of Fame

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MarketingSherpa is now accepting entries for our 2010 Viral and Social Marketing Hall of Fame.

If you launched a campaign in the past year that went viral and delivered blockbuster results, or otherwise used social media to achieve a specific marketing goal, we want to hear from you.

Use this form to nominate your campaign

This year, we’ve expanded our traditional Viral Marketing Hall of Fame program to encompass all social marketing initiatives. This means you can share the details of a successful viral marketing campaign that used social media as a key channel, or nominate a non-viral campaign that targeted social followers, was executed in social channels, or used the power of social media in other ways to achieve a marketing goal.

In all cases, Hall of Fame honorees will be selected based on their:
o Creativity and unique campaign approach
o Relevance to brand or target audience
o Measurement tactics put in place
o Results, including achieving a significant business goal, not just broad reach

So gather up your campaign results and creative samples and tell us the story behind your biggest social or viral marketing success. There's no cost to enter, and if you are selected, you'll be featured in an upcoming Sherpa newsletter.

Viral and Social Hall of Fame entry form
(Deadline for entries: Friday, June 18)

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