Invention Intention Launches a Video Contest That Rewards Great Ideas
MIami, FL, Oct 22, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Invention Intention launched the official Invention Intention Video Contest on October 15th. This contest, that will run until December 1st is open to everyone with an idea: be it old, new, or a simple concept. All it takes to compete in the Invention Intention Video Contest is an idea and a video. There a only a couple of steps involved in the sign-up process, making this an opportunity for all inventors, entrepreneurs, and hobbyists who have an idea that they think deserves $500 and global exposure.
Invention Intention is an online platform designed for inventors, entrepreneurs, and industry professionals who desire a way to connect like never before. This month, the platform decided to offer a leg up for those who have great ideas. InventionIntention.Com posted the few steps it actually takes to sign up and compete in the contest. Those steps are quoted below:
"Register and then paste your video link from YouTube, Vimeo, or Daily Motion. Add a description and share your link via Facebook, Twitter, email, etc. to get more votes. The video with the most votes before the end of this contest wins a $500 cash prize.
Anyone can vote! Only those who register and upload a unique, personally owned video are eligible to win."
According to Invention Intention, the contest is open to new entries from October 15th until December 1st of this year, with entries being accepted throughout the contest. The winner is determined by the number of votes received on the submitted video. Since most inventors spread the word about their entry themselves, the Invention Intention Contest is designed with simple social sharing buttons, quick email options, and customized link sharing capabilities for easy promotion. The contest portal ties into the Invention Intention main site, allowing participants to share their invention with other members and gain more exposure for their contest entry.
Sharing a video, whether it was taken on a phone camera or completed professionally, is a big step for many inventors. One of Invention Intention's tag lines is "Invention Intention takes creations beyond 'intention' and into the consumer spotlight", something the new contest is also striving to accomplish. Because it is a big step, Invention Intention is providing a set of rewards for the inventor who's video gains the most votes during the contest period.
The winner will receive a cash prize of $500, a press release to be written and distributed to major national news outlets, an award plaque with the winner's name and invention engraved, and a prominent display on the main page of InventionIntention.Com for a period of one month. The awards are designed not only to give the inventor a financial boost, but also to push the invention into the industry and media spotlight.
The contest winner will be promoted on the front page of InventionIntention.Com for an entire month, providing a serious increase in exposure. As a company that strives to connect entrepreneurs, investors, and inventors, those who take part in the Invention Intention community after the contest are likely to make some lasting, powerful connections. Currently, and for at least the duration of the contest, the community, investment, and development platform of Invention Intention is completely free, offering an open resource for inventors of all types.
For more information on the official Invention Intention Contest, visit http://contest.inventionintention.com/.
About Invention Intention
Inventors, entrepreneurs, businesses, consumers (both commercial and corporate), and investors all find a home at Invention Intention. Free video and photo uploads make sharing and showing work simple and to the point. Discussion groups, constructive feedback, and a collaborative community make Invention Intention a dynamic platform to utilize. Invention Intention invites all to join their community today.
For more information on Invention Intention, visit http://www.inventionintention.com/.
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