The Digiday Content Marketing awards recognize the content that connects brands to audiences across channels including mobile, social, video and more. Over the years, the awards have honored industry-leading work from companies like RPA, Squarespace, The Coca-Cola Company and more.

Entries for 2017 are now closed. Drop your email below to receive reminders about next year's deadlines.

Early deadline - February 17, 2017 - $395 per entry
Regular deadline - March 3, 2017 - $495 per entry
Last chance deadline - March 10, 2017 - $695 per entry

 Awards Gala| May 2017 | NYC

Judges

  • Ben Arnold
    general manager
    INDIGO
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  • David Baldwin
    lead guitar
    Baldwin&
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  • Alyse Borkan
    senior social media manager
    Casper
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  • Alyssa Bush
    creative strategist
    The Daily Beast
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  • Megan Cunningham
    CEO
    Magnet Media
  • Martin Davidson
    global creative director
    Krispy Kreme
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  • Neal Gorevic
    global head of marketing strategy & planning
    Spotify
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  • Amy Green
    marketing manager
    Ford Motor Company
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  • Trevor Guthrie
    co-founder
    Giant Spoon
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  • Tara Marsh
    global head of content
    Wunderman
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  • Donna Robinson
    CEO
    Nina Hale, Inc.
  • Kate Westervelt
    director, content strategy
    Purple Carrot
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  • Buck Wise
    VP brand and partnerships
    Swift
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How to Enter

  • 1
    Select Category

    Choose category or categories you'd like to enter.

  • 2
    Add Description

    Enter platform details and answer a few short questions.

  • 3
    Upload Work

    Upload a case study showcasing your campaign.

  • 4
    Submit

    Submit your entry fee payment online.

Judging Criteria

The judges will be looking for companies or campaigns that can clearly demonstrate success over the past 12 months. We suggest providing evidence to substantiate your entries including, but not limited to, metrics around KPIs, creative assets, links to your work or other items you feel speak to the quality of your submission. Judges will also consider the structure, presentation and clarity of each entry.

Each section of the entry will be scored based on the following criteria:

- Creativity

- Innovative thinking

- Consumer value

- Results related to KPIs

Entries should relate to business conducted from March 2016-March 2017. Interested in being a judge? Submit your nomination here.

The Judging Process

1. Judges score each question within the entry form based on the outlined criteria.

2. These are then combined to create an overall score for each entry.

3. All judges' scores are totaled and the highest scoring entries will determine the shortlist.

4. Judges meet to discuss the highest scoring entries and then agree on the category winner.

The shortlist will be announced in April, 2017. The winners will be announced at the awards gala held in May, 2017.

Confidentiality

All material will remain confidential to the judges, who are required to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Winning case studies may be used in post-event materials to promote best practice and permission will be sought from entrants before publishing these. Judges are not allowed to judge any entries submitted on behalf of their company.

Contact Us

More Information

For more information:

email Kelsey Lundstrom

VIP Opportunities

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