So, you’re thinking about entering the Digiday Content Marketing Awards. Here’s everything you need to make sure you come out a winner:
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FAQ: For specific entry form questions, word counts, supporting materials and general FAQ, download our entry kit. Please note, this entry kit will update once our 2020 categories have been revealed.
Expert tips for crafting a winning entry: Check out our entry guide for insider advice from our judges, stats and figures on what makes an effective entry and much more.
Information about past Digiday Content Marketing Awards: Check out articles on our past programs below to learn more about the coverage you can expect as a finalist or winner and examples of winning campaigns.
IBM, Kellogg’s and Glow take top honors at the Digiday Content Marketing Awards: IBM, Kellogg’s and GLOW took top honors at the Digiday Content Marketing Awards Gala, which took place at Current at Chelsea Piers in NYC with attendees from MTV, Farmers Insurance and Crocs among others.
Old Navy, Sephora and MLB are among this year’s Content Marketing Awards finalists: “Experiential” is the common thread between the Digiday Content Marketing Awards finalists.
Atlantic Re:think’s Jeremy Elias wins Content Marketer of the Year at the Digiday Content Marketing Awards: Jeremy Elias, creative director at Atlantic Re:think, The Atlantic’s branded content studio, was named Content Marketer of the Year at the 2018 Digiday Content Marketing Awards. Elias is the creative lead for all of Re:think’s content programs. He has brought the content studio to new heights with new formats and technologies.
Edelman leads the Digiday Content Marketing Awards with 8 nominations: Communications marketing agency Edelman leads the 2018 Digiday Content Marketing Awards with eight nominations total. Its “Make The Cut” campaign for Adobe is up for Best User-Generated Content, Best Brand/Influencer Collaboration and Most Effective/Measurable Campaign.
HP’s ‘The Wolf” wins Best in Show at the Digiday Content Marketing Awards: HP won Best in Show at the Digiday Content Marketing Awards gala for its video series, “The Wolf,” which reveals what can happen if offices don’t secure their printers. “The Wolf” is one part of a four-installment video series created in partnership with agency Giant Spoon that highlights what can go wrong if a printer isn’t secure.
Anomaly sweeps its first Digiday Content Marketing Awards with three wins: New York City-based agency Anomaly swept the 2016 Digiday Content Marketing Awards this evening with three wins: Best Agency/Client Collaboration for its work with MMRx on the Bedstock Festival in support of children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses; Best Use of Real-Time Streaming Video for its Live Alternative Super Bowl Commentary with Key & Peele for client Squarespace; and Best Use of Instagram for its #KeepOnSucking campaign for client Jolly Rancher.
Anomaly leads the pack for Digiday Content Marketing Awards finalists: Anomaly, the agency that bills itself a departure from the industry norm, piled up nine finalist nominations for this year’s Digiday Content Marketing Awards, more than any other brand or agency on the list.
Digiday Content Marketing Awards judge Joe Lazauskas on effective brand content: Content marketing is increasingly everyone’s game: Publishers, brands, influencers and agencies all have a hand in it. Now Digiday is looking to find and award the best in the industry at this year’s Content Marketing Awards.