The Digiday Signal Awards are dedicated to honoring the technology platforms that underpin modern advertising, marketing, commerce, and publishing. Here’s everything you need to know to enter before the Friday, May 29, deadline.
You’re in good company.
Companies that have submitted already include Ad Colony, Contently, Neustar, and Opera Mediaworks. Think every company featured on Lumascapes.
There are several ways to win.
There are four categories, with several subcategories in each: Advertising technology, commerce technology, marketing technology and content/publishing technology. Learn more about what each category entails and submit to as many as you want. Enter by using the entry portal here. The portal allows users to create a log-in, save entries, and return to entries at a later date.
OK, technically it’s not the last call to submit.
The deadline is next Friday, May 29, so entries should be submitted as soon as possible. The price per submission is $395, which will increase to $595 immediately after May 29, and will remain in place until submissions close permanently on June 5, 2015.
After submissions close permanently on June 5, judges from the biggest brands, agencies, and publishers will elect the finalists and winners based on the case study entries. Winners will be announced in August.
The requirements to enter.
A 250-word written case study must be accompanied by images for judging — including a company logo — or links to platform, agency and client credits
Learn more and enter here.
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