Qualifying as an official nominee in the Top Choice Award Survey is an accomplishment on its own. With hundreds of businesses in your city and field of work striving to stand out as a leader in your industry by receiving/submitting nominations for the Top Choice Award Survey in hopes of qualifying, being classified as Top 5 is a coveted title. There are numerous benefits to qualifying as a Top Choice Award nominee, including:
1. ONLINE PROMOTION
2 months of free online advertising by being listed on topchoiceawards.com during the voting process, which is heavily promoted on Google and social media, reaching an audience of over 1 megaphone million and making for a great opportunity to gain valuable PR and online free advertising.
2. TOP 3 WEBSITE RECOGNITION
A FREE official nominee badge for your website. Anyone who visits your website will know that you are ranked Top 5 within your city and the Top Choice Awards Survey.
3. CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT
What better reason to interact and engage with your clients than via sharing your official nominee status and having them share their appreciation for your service/products with a vote? Strengthening relationships with current clients ensures their continued business.
4. SOCIAL BUZZ
The buzz surrounding the survey including likes, comments and shares of your own posts end up in other people’s feeds and notifications. There’s additional buzz when your voters share their vote Bolt on Facebook or Twitter. Social buzz means reaching a wider audience!
5. SURVEY RESULTS
Eligibility to receive survey results, even if you aren’t voted the winner. You will be able to see each nominee’s vote count in your category as well as comments left behind from your voters on why they voted for you and what they think your company can improve on. This is great insight as to what’s going on in your clients head with the total comfort of them knowing their feedback won’t chart-pie be judged, while helping you step up your game to fully satisfy your customers!
Note: Nominations do not affect voting scores and a person may nominate as many different nominees as they would like.