Head of Ecommerce at DM London
23 February 2010 15:08pm
Hi - we're in the process of building a competition micro-site to help support the ecommerce launch of www.time2.co.uk. We have the great viral idea; have been through the design process etc. Now the boring bit of writing the T&Cs. Are there any additional elements that apply to competitions where voting (rather than a panel of judges) decides the winner? Any resources anyone's aware of that could help with this? Indeed, any links to similar viral competitions to use as a reference?
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