ClickZ‘s inaugural social contest is now over, and six of our readers get to attend ClickZ Live New York for free.
We decided to take a page from our sister site Search Engine Watch‘s book and invite a few of our readers to ClickZ Live New York, on us. Over the last two weeks, we’ve posed six digital marketing questions to our Twitter and Facebook audiences.
We spent yesterday looking through our responses and picking our favorites. So without further ado, we’d like to congratulate the six lucky winners who get to come to the event; see great keynote speakers like Seth Godin and Chobani’s Peter McGuinness; attend sessions; meet the experts; and drink “coffee” and “Coke” at our prohibition-themed Casino Night.
We picked three entrants each from Twitter (Bilal Kaiser, Sean Rucko and Team OPM Pros) and Facebook (Andrea Moreira, Hannah Whitney Lissette and Mark Kaminski). See below for a few of their answers.
Congratulations to the winners and we’ll see you in two weeks!
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