Expanding the search nationwide, the 4th annual Social Media Awards or SoMe' awards presented by Social Media Club Portland, SEMpdx,
ThoroughlyModernMarketing.com, the Software Association of Oregon and InnoTech will take place on May 3rd from 6-9 p.m. at The Fez Ballroom in
Downtown Portland, Oregon. The Awards include ten (10) categories.
Nomination submissions for outstanding social media campaigns as a well as advance registrations are now open at www.someawards.com. Deadline for submitting nominations is March 15, 2012. The2012 SoMe Awards will bring together a collection of the leading creative minds who are responsiblefor pushing the limits on social media solutions ranging from branding and cause marketing to sales, customer service and conversation.
"When we launched the SoMe Awards, it was one of the first of its kind in the country, and has grown the past three years to include nominations from all over the country," comments event co-organizer Kent Lewis, founder of Anvil Media. "The work we've seen thus far speaks volumes regarding the cutting-edge social media programs that are demonstrating true value and ROI."
"That is SoMe award you got there" social media award categories include:
Brandbuilder: Awareness & Engagement Over $10K (including media)
Brandbuilder: Awareness & Engagement Under $10K (including media)
Moneymaker: Best ROI Over $10K (including media)
Moneymaker: Best ROI Under $10K (including media)
Non-profit Campaign of the Year
Agency of the Year
Social Marketer of the Year (individual: corporate, consultant or agency)
Complete descriptions can be found online at www.someawards.com.
For complete event details, award descriptions and highlights from the 2011 event visit www.SoMeAwards.com, follow us on Twitter and like' us on Facebook. Be sure to follow our event hashtags for the lastest updates, #SoMeAwards, #InnotechPDX, #EMSPDX.
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