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2015 SNAP Digital Marketing Scholarship for College Students

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Application Deadline: 10th October 2015

Socrates, Schroedinger, Foucat. Do you believe that your name belongs amongst this list of distinguished scholars? Well, you’ve landed in the right place. Because we’re presenting you with the opportunity of a lifetime: to become the first Snap Scholar.

By completing the challenge below, you will be the honored recipient of a one-thousand dollar check, put directly towards your future or current college education. On top of that, you’ll be featured on the Snap blog, where your article will be read by thousands. So what do you have to do to become the first Snap Scholar?

Challenge:
To the best of your ability, complete a 1,000 word article discussing a cutting-edge digital marketing tactic that is on the cusp of becoming incredibly important. Why and how will it change the way marketers promote their brand online? Complete your answer by showing us a strategy that supports your hypothesis.

Guidelines:

  • Complete your 1,000 word article, making sure to call out headings for readability, and upload a featured image for your article.
  • Within a few days after you submit, you will be e-mailed with a link to the live post.

riteria:
The winning article will include these three certain criteria:

  • High-quality writing
  • Shareability
  • Originality
  • How cutting edge is the article?

Evaluation:

The final winner, based on the decision of our marketing experts, (taking into consideration the criteria/votes and traffic driven to the article,) will receive $1,000 dollars towards future or ongoing education and have their article featured on our primary Snap blog, read by thousands of people every month.
Runner-up articles that follow the above criteria and display diligence will be featured prominently on our Scholarship Contest blog.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the 2015 SNAP Digital Marketing Scholarship for College Students 

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