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#Digital100Image – the power of the imagery

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The #Digital100Image

We’d like to see more people use great imagery in their work in the professional services sector.

Today, we’re proud to announce the inaugural Digital 100 photography competition: #Digital100Image

 

How do I enter the #Digital100Image competition?

The method is simple: Enter one of your own photos on this week’s theme: “wellbeing” by 3pm GMT on Thursday, 26 March 2020.

Enter via Twitter – replying to this tweet and/or tweeting using the hashtags #Digital100Image and #wellbeing

Enter on LinkedIn – replying to this message and/or sharing using the hashtags #Digital100Image and #wellbeing

Enter using Instagram – replying to this message and/or sharing using the hashtags #Digital100Image and #wellbeing

Enter by email

Or send us a WeTransfer to the.team@2bd.me including a photo, your name, your role and your social media handles.

 

How can I vote in the #Digital100Image competition?

On Thursday evening, our three judges will shortlist a few images for a public vote.

On Friday, we will share a voting system on social media. Everyone gets one vote.

Voting closes at 5pm GMT on Friday 27 March 2020.

We’ll announce the winner as soon as we can after the voting closes on Friday.

 

What are the prizes in the #Digital100Image competition?

One: The kudos of winning The Digital 100 photo of the week competition and being promoted on social media as the week’s winner.

Two: We’ll do you a free audit of one social media channel for you for free – either a LinkedIn company page, a Facebook page or a Twitter account.

 

Who are the judges in the #Digital100Image competition?

For w/b 22 March 2020, the judges are:

Robert Phillips – photographer

Anne Kenedy – photographer

Simon Marshall – founder of TBD

 

What are the rules?

Theme The theme for the week beginning 22 March 2020 is “wellbeing”.

Decisions: Judges’ decision is final and will include, among other things, deciding which photos fit the theme, which should be added to the shortlist.

Deadline: Image files to be received by 3pm Thursday 26 March 2020 by one of the above methods.

File size:  no larger than 5MB, please.

Copyright: We will share your image in the promotion of this competition, so by entering, you grant us the right to share it across our social media and web pages until 31 December 2020.

Votes: Votes need to be cast through the official channel – a SurveyMonkey survey which we’ll link to from our various social media.

Entries by judges: Judges cannot enter the competition for a week in which they are judging. Obviously.

Judges: The head judge, Simon Marshall, may substitute a guest judge in for each week, even during the course of the week.