Video Contest Checklist
How To Choose The Right Premise, Prize, And Promotion For Your Contest
July 7, 2009
Why Read This Report
User-generated video contests help marketers listen to and energize users and provide them an inexpensive source of promotional video content. But contests can require significant time and money and don't always succeed. Interactive marketers who plan to run video contests should focus first on the "three P's" — premise, prize, and promotion — before choosing a vendor, getting executive buy-in, and working out a measurement plan. Forrester has compiled a checklist to help marketers get the most from their online video contests.
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User-Generated Video Contests
July 7, 2009 | Nate Elliott
Table of Contents
- Video Contests Can Help You Listen And Energize — If You Get Them Right
- Measure Reach And Sentiment To Understand The True Value Of Your Contest
- Supplemental Material
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