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johngriffin

« on: February 15, 2011, 16:12 »
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Hey MSG'ers,

The newly designed
Cutcaster needs engaging and attractive banner ads and referral banners for the web to make more buyers and sellers aware of Cutcaster. We wanted to create a fun challenge at Cutcaster that would allow us to work with our creative community and reward users who help us create these outstanding banners banners so we decided to create a design challenge.

Our newly designed site needs new banner ads and referral banners for the web and we are asking for your help.
 
Three winners will be selected based on their banner's design and will receive 250, 175 or 100 Cutcaster credits for their winning banners. In addition, we will post links to the winners websites or Cutcaster studios from our design and photography blog, write about the winners in our monthly newsletter and talk about them on our Cutcaster Facebook page, Twitter and Myspace. Your designs will be famous and visible anywhere we advertise or anywhere users embed their referral links.
 
To enter, select from any of the stock photos, stock vectors or free photos at Cutcaster and use your imagination to create engaging and attractive referral / ad banners for any of the sizes below to promote the new Cutcaster.
 
480 x 60
728 x 90
125 x 125
250 x 250
300 x 250
120 x 600
 
Remember, the web banners are intended to attract both buying and selling traffic to Cutcaster so you can design for either but remember to express quality, price and speed in your designs.
 
For more details on the Banner Design Challenge please check out the FAQ and submission details at Cutcaster.

We are looking forward to seeing all your creative work and answering any questions you may have.


« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2011, 18:11 »
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Two questions

1. Do the artists get paid when the winners use their free credits?
2. Can the credits be turned into actual money? Because I don't quite see why anyone in here (your suppliers) would want to work for credits. Might be more appealing to buyers ?

johngriffin

« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2011, 13:48 »
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Of course the artist get paid when the credits are used. I know everyone who joined Cutcaster doesn't work for FREE ;-)

You can buy your own images for all I care if you win and convert it into cash. I figured there are a ton of creative people and also image buyers on this forum. 


CD123

« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2011, 14:12 »
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Hi John

Do you want flash banners or JPG (or both)?


CD123

« Reply #6 on: March 17, 2011, 05:03 »
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Any good entries John?  Would love to see the final ones posted here (if you want/can), when you have decided.


 

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