20 Apr, 2012, 07:00 ET
CLEVELAND, April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Content Marketing Institute (CMI) is proud to announce a new content marketing awards program called "The Orange Awards", which celebrates the achievements of the individuals and agencies that are shaping the content marketing industry.
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The finalists for the content marketing agency portion of the awards program will be judged by an exclusive team of senior brand marketers from brands such as Coca-Cola, Sears, SAP, Dell, Kelly Services, IBM, McDonald's and Intel. Only marketing agencies that derive at least 50% of their revenues from content marketing projects are eligible.
The content marketing - brand marketer awards segment will be judged by an elite team of content marketing authors, thought leaders and consultants, including CMI's own content marketing consulting team. Only client-side brand marketers who are engaged in content marketing within their organization are eligible.
"Our Magnum Opus Awards do a fantastic job in recognizing the best content marketing projects from around the world," states CMI founder Joe Pulizzi. "We developed the Orange Awards because there were no formal content marketing awards programs that recognize the individuals and agencies who are leading this growing industry."
Award winners will be honored at a gala dinner at Content Marketing World 2012 in September and will also be featured in the November issue of Chief Content Officer Magazine.
Deadline for entry is June 15th, 2012. For more information or to start the nomination process please visit the CMI Orange Awards.
About Content Marketing Institute:
Content Marketing Institute teaches non-media brands how to attract and retain customers through compelling, multi-channel storytelling. CMI does this through multiple offerings including: Content Marketing World event (Sept. 4-6, 2012), Chief Content Officer magazine, and strategic consulting and content marketing research for some of the best-known small and large brands in the world.
SOURCE Content Marketing Institute
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