Doggone Worst Website Contest Nominations Are Due Soon!

April 10, 2013

Know a website that’s really gone to the dogs? It’s not too late to submit it to the Doggone Worst Website contest hosted by the Saint Paul Chamber of Commerce (SPACC) and Brandography, your Minneapolis marketing agency. All nominations are due by April 18th.

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The Doggone Worst Website contest seeks to revitalize one Twin Cities business or individual’s web presence. We’re thrilled to be working on this competition with the SPACC, the largest local chamber in Minnesota with over 1,200 members across the Twin Cities. Their dedication to developing and growing the area’s business community through advocating for and networking between their members makes them a perfect partner.

You, too, can partner with the SPACC to nominate a website for the competition. In addition to a 150-word justification for your submission, you’ll need a SPACC sponsor to complete the nomination. Not sure where to find one? There’s helpful information on the nomination page, located at: www.brandography.com

The top five best (of the worst) nominations will be open for public voting. The site with the most votes gets a web design and online marketing and advertising package valued at $10,000 from Brandography. This includes drool-worthy services such as logo retouching and a mobile-optimized website, a content management system and content review, photos and videos, SEO and $200 worth of advertising for new Google PPC accounts, remarketing and social media advice, and multiple promotional press release submissions. Our online marketing specialists will finish the digital makeover in just 45 days or less.

The other four top nominees will receive 25 percent off Brandography’s services, and every site nominated can enjoy 10 percent off. The SPACC sponsor behind the winning site will also get a fun prize consisting of four hours of free professional photography. 

Brandography and the SPACC both share the goal of educating our community and improving business performance that’s why we’ll be posting updates on our progress here on Brandography’s blog. We’ll let you know what changes we’re making and how that helps optimize our winner’s website.  The goal is to give our readers insight into the elements that make up a strong web page and presence.

So this is no time to sit or stay run on over to www.brandography.com and submit your nomination to the Doggone Worst Website contest today!

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