The Bees Awards grant recognition to the best Social Media practices of the year in order to define and promote outstanding professionals and their marketing expertise.
We are interested in seeing social media work (campaigns using
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and so on) from all over the
world. The Bees Awards are calling for entries.
The Bees Awards is the first international social media award show for
marketing professionals. Our jury is composed by 20 of the most
renowned experts from 13 different countries. The event will take
place in San Francisco on November 9, 2010 and will be live-streamed.
We hope to see you joining the celebration!
You have the opportunity to challenge the industry worldwide and
establish an international reputation in this emerging market.
Submit work at: http://www.beesawards.com/bees/entry/
Social Media is an extremely new medium for advertising. Aside from
entries we are also looking for case studies to share with the
international press. Should you have an interest in sharing your work
publicly, please advise us.
We are looking forward to hearing back from you.
If you know of any person or company who has excelled in any one of the following categories feel free to recommend them.
- Best 140 Characters Message (SMS, Tweet)
- Best Use of Micro-Blogging Platform
- Best Use of Social Media Platform
- Best Use of Mobile
- Best Relationship with Blogs
- Best Conversation with Customers
- Best Use of Alternative Tools
- Best Use of Media Press Room
- Best Writing
- Best Art Direction
- Best Social CRM
- Best Innovation
- Best Campaign
- Best Student Work
- Agency of the Year
- Client of the Year
For Agencies to enter it cost $175, students $25. Nominating is free though. If you’re like me you’re probably also wondering why they’re charging to enter. This is the response I got…
Because it costs a lot to organize an event like this.
All awards show charge. It is also a way to filter the bad entries.
Agencies take the time to send only their best ones. That save the
jury some time.