Put The Lovie Awards Official Shortlist Badge on Your Website
Make sure everyone who visits your page knows that your work has been recognized. Download the official badge here.
Thank Your Network
Word of mouth is a powerful force to spread news, so send an email to your network of colleagues, customers, family and friends about your Shortlist status and encourage them to spread the word, too.
Get the Attention of the Press
Write and distribute a press release highlighting your Shortlist status, and use the announcement as a news peg for media outlets to cover your success, growth and future plans. You’ll find a sample press release below.
SAMPLE PRESS RELEASE TITLE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: (Spokesperson name)
Phone: (Spokesperson phone)
Email: (Spokesperson email)
[NAME OF SHORTLIST] SHORTLISTED FOR BEST [CATEGORY] [Type: Apps, Platforms & Software, Film & Video, Podcasts, Social, Marketing, Advertising & PR, Websites & Mobile Sites, Web3 & XR, and brand new Beyond Categories] IN THE 13th ANNUAL LOVIE AWARDS
[CITY] — [Date XX] – [NAME OF SHORTLIST] announced today that it has been Shortlisted for [CATEGORY] in [APPS, PLATFORMS & SOFTWARE, FILM & VIDEO, PODCASTS, SOCIAL, MARKETING, ADVERTISING & PR, WEBSITES & MOBILE SITES, WEB3 & XR, AND BRAND NEW BEYOND CATEGORIES] for the 13th Annual Lovie Awards.
Lovie Award Finalists are selected by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS). Members include Efemena Okogba, CEO of The Digital Fairy, Leila Fataar, Founder of Platform13, Elena Favilli, CEO of Rebel Girls, Emma Clark, Director of Multimedia at Business of Fashion, Jenny Gyllander, Founder & CEO of Thingtesting, Kirsty Hathaway of JOAN Europe, Aoife Byrne, Head of Online at RTÉ, Lauren Ogúndèkó, Chief Digital Officer (UK & IE) at Initiative, Alex Hoffman, Video Lead at Arsenal Football Club, Lydia Pang, Founder of MORNING, Kemi Fatoba, Founder of DADDY, amongst others.
[DESCRIPTION OF SHORTLISTED WORK]
“[NAME OF SHORTLIST] has excelled in its category, showing fantastic prowess in digital innovation and creativity,” said Nicolas Roope, Executive Chair of IADAS. “This award is a testament to the skill, ingenuity, and vision of its creators.”
[QUOTE FROM SHORTLISTED WORK’S SPOKESPERSON]
[INSERT SHORTLIST BOILERPLATE/GENERAL DESCRIPTION ABOUT YOUR WEBSITE/ORGANISATION HERE]
About The Lovie Awards
The mission of The Lovie Awards is to recognise European Internet excellence in the fields of culture, technology & business—from Europeʼs top digital and creative agencies and content publishers to cultural and political organisations and individual creators. Now in its 13th year, The Lovie Awards continues to celebrate the most resonant and pertinent stories in Europe. With entries from over 30 countries, the Awards reflect the tremendous growth of the Internet as a tool for business and everyday lives. Work in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Swedish and Dutch can be entered in six main category types: Apps, Platforms & Software, Film & Video, Podcasts, Social, Marketing, Advertising & PR, Websites & Mobile Sites, Web3 & XR, and new in 2023, Beyond Categories. More information at lovieawards.com.
To Join the Conversation:
Make Your Shortlist Status Part of Your Marketing Plan
Take out an ad in your local newspaper or a favourite trade magazine, write a blog post or add an official logo to anything you have going out.
Get the Word Out on Social Media
Don’t forget to tell your friends and followers on social about your success. Post about your recognition using #Lovies to join the conversation and generate excitement online—it’s a great way to share your achievement with an even wider audience.
Throw a Party
Looking for an excuse to throw a party? Now you have one! Invite your co-workers, friends and family for a Lovie Award celebration.
Spice Up Your Company and Personal Bio
Adding this recognition to your company or personal bio will show potential clients and partners that your work is among the best.
Shine in Your Email Signature
You send a mountain of emails every day. Highlighting your new Shortlist status in your email signature is an easy way to spread the news, especially if your whole team does the same.