Have you run any nice campaigns on Twitter in 2021?
If you may have, then you possibly can be up for an award, with Twitter as soon as once more holding its ‘Best of Tweets’ competitors to crown the perfect model tweets of the 12 months.
As defined by Twitter:
“Twitter’s Best Of Tweets is our hall of fame, our GOAT, our crowning achievement for the brands that creatively leveraged Twitter this year to launch something new, or to connect to what’s happening like no one else could. And we want to hear from you, does your brand deserve to be crowned a winner?”
The awards will look to have fun the perfect tweet campaigns in a variety of classes, with last year’s event recognizing campaigns from Gatorade, Uber, Ben & Jerry’s and extra.
There’s no bodily award or prize, as such, however you do get the extra recognition, and promotion as half of the occasion.
In order to be eligible for nomination, you’ll have to summarize your marketing campaign into a couple of sentences, after which present an evidence as to why it must be topped as one of the perfect. Which might be more durable than it sounds, however by wanting on the awards from final 12 months, you possibly can doubtless get some thought as to what Twitter’s award judges are in search of, in phrases of impression, attain, and so on.
Twitter’s been operating its annual marketing campaign awards since 2016, when it really separated every factor into its personal particular class.
That might provide you with some extra thought as to the kinds of campaigns that Twitter’s seeking to spotlight, although the disruption of 2020 did pressure a change in method, and it’s not 100% clear how Twitter will choose the winners this time round.
Still, if in case you have a marketing campaign that aligns with these components, it could possibly be value nominating, even when simply so as to add a ‘Winner – Best Twitter Campaigns 2020’ annotation to your web site.
Brands are capable of nominate their campaigns here, with nominations closing on October 12th (so greatest to get transferring).