Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 3, 2007
CenterNetworks.com, a source for Web 2.0 news, reviews and insight, today announced an online video contest to help internet start-ups and tech entrepreneurs "tell and sell" their story, generating expert feedback for young Web 2.0 companies.
Starting now through April 30, entrepreneurs are invited to record and submit a video pitch about their company, which will then be featured on the CenterNetworks.com site. In addition to exposure on CenterNetworks, they will also receive an expert review from CenterNetworks writers, including feedback and insight on crafting their corporate pitch and message.
"The video contest is an excellent way for entrepreneurs to get their message out to the masses without the high cost of traditional exposure outlets," says Allen Stern, CenterNetworks Editor. "Events charge upwards of $20,000 for a two-minute spot, but this is free of charge, plus a chance to get expert, industry insight to help hone their message and shape their story. The value to a start-up is immeasurable."
The best video of the submissions will win a 2 month advertising slot (May/June) on CenterNetworks, giving winning companies the opportunity to gain visibility and reach the business/VC audience. The judging panel responsible for selecting winners will be made up of industry experts including:
-- Neil Patel, Pronet Advertising
-- Marshall Kirkpatrick, SplashCast Media
-- Patricia Handschiegel, StyleDiary Founder
-- Steve Poland, TechquilaShots
To learn more and submit a video of your web startup, visit:
CenterNetworks (http://www.centernetworks.com) is the online guide to the next generation of the Internet, Web 2.0 and social networking. CenterNetworks has been recently cited by established leaders such as: TechCrunch, Mashable, News.com, and LifeHacker and has made multiple appearances on the Digg front page in 2007. CenterNetworks helps readers keep up with the latest news, trends, interviews with influential personalities and conference coverage from around the world.
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