Interested in attending ClickZ Live San Francisco in August? Enter to win travel, accommodations, and a Platinum pass to the event by creating your best Vine video clip using your favorite toys. Yep, you heard that right, we did say “TOYS”…after all, who isn’t a big kid at heart?!
From the announcement:
We want you to tell us the biggest challenge you’ve faced in digital marketing in a Vine video, using toys (because, being digital types, we know you’ve all got a toy cupboard in your office …)
For inspiration, ClickZ has created a few Vine videos of its own, featuring Ken (of Ken and Barbie), Legos, Thor, and Darth Vader.
“Think twice about building unnecessary apps”:
“Keep in mind your global audience”:
“Too much social”:
“Keeping up with Google’s algorithm updates”:
To enter, tweet your Vine video using the hashtag #DigitalMarketingChallenges. The favorites will be posted on the ClickZ Live Twitter feed.
The competition will close at midnight (PDT) on Wednesday, July 16. The best five will be put to a public vote, and the winner will be announced on Friday, July 25. Good luck!
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