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Feb 15, 2005
Blog Post

Viral Advertising Showcase Entries Sought: Deadline Feb 24th

SUMMARY: No summary available.
by Anne Holland, President

MarketingSherpa is creating a special report for you in partnership with the Viral & Buzz Marketing Association, and we need your quick input at:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=11516859463


You'll find a quick one-page questionnaire to let us know what you think about viral ads.

Plus, if you've conducted a viral campaign, you can also submit it to be included in the report's companion Viral Ad Showcase so our 173,000 weekly readers can see the glory of your strategy and creative!

Viral Advertising Showcase submissions are free, and all campaigns selected for the final Showcase will include contact and hotlinks to the agency that created them (if included on submission form.)

Submission deadline: February 24th midnight Eastern Time.

Yes, everyone involved will get both the results data and access to the Viral Ad Showcase in in a couple of weeks, as soon as we've published it for you.

Thanks in advance for your help in creating a truly useful and interesting Viral Ad Special Report...

Here's the link again (yes if you have a Blog or ezine you can share it with others in the marketing and ad industry)
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=11516859463

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