In a matter of days, the Facebook community of the ResearchWritingCenter.com will find out the name of the photo contest winner
Online PR News – 27-April-2011 – – SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND, Apr. 27, 2011 – The ResearchWritingCenter.com is closing its second contest this week. After April 29th the votes for the contest participants will no longer be accepted. The turnaround for the contest exceeded the expectations from the project management and the submissions already received hundreds of votes.
“It is actually kind of sad: the contest was so much fun for us and the community. We received tons of great submissions, some of them were totally off topic, but that didn't make them less interesting. So our staffers really liked to administer the contest – look through the submissions, check out the great pictures people made and talk about the contest with the fans on our Facebook page. People were really active about the contest, and sometimes the page administrators were barely able to keep up with the new comments and posts, especially after the submission period was over. And we can even see an intriguing situation with the submissions, as there are 3 photos, which are practically tied, when it comes to the number of votes. Some of the contest leaders were expected, but the other submissions, which were voted for, are a true surprise for us. At first, they were considered to be underdogs, and now they are among the leaders. The voters will find out soon about the results of the competition: the voting ends on April 29th, and within the next couple of days, we'll announce the winner.” - says, Jennifer Burns, one of the head managers with the ResearchWritingCenter.com.
So if you haven't had the time to vote for the participants, take your time and visit the ResearchWritingCenter.com at their Facebok page, proceed to the RWC Photo Contest tab and make sure to cast your vote for your favorite submission! The project is already thinking about another promotion, although the exact scheme is not definite yet. The management of the project thinks that the previous contest – essay competition, was more appropriate for freelance writers, so they are going to go back to that type of promotion pretty soon. But for now, they are still waiting for the final votes on the photo contest.
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