Write & Win -- Announcement

Mon 1 August 2011 16:38, Blog Competition

Write & Win -- Announcement

SearchCowboys is highly committed to contribute to the education of future marketers. Two of our bloggers; Kelly Ge and Qin Hu therefore came up with the idea to set up a monthly competition in which they challenge marketing students to write about current search topics like for example Google+.

Kelly Ge “ The competition is our commitment. In the future, we will also create a students column section, which If I am not mistaken has not been done yet by similar marketing blogs ”.

This competition was then promoted on Facebook and LinkedIn and from the many multiple pages articles we received we chose to reward the most interesting one, Will Google+ compete with Facebook? written by Ursula Christiane Michaelis with a symbolic prize. Below you will find an excerpt of her article and the full article will be posted on Facebook.

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