Judging Process

Call for Entries Open. Deadline: October 31, 2020

Judging Process

The BuzzInContent Awards constitutes two sets of jury with hands-on experience on content marketing - Grand Jury and Executive Jury. A deep understanding of the content marketing domain is the base of the selection of jury panels. The Grand Jury will consist of experts from brands, publishers, content creators and content agencies. Content Marketing Heads in brands having executed large content initiatives and independent industry leaders with an understanding of all sides of content, media and brands will form the Executive Jury.

All members are barred from judging any entry with which they have a personal or professional affiliation or any other conflict of interest.

Round 1 Judging (Grand Jury):

The Grand Jury will inspect the entries submitted during the Call for Entries, rating each one based on its respective judging criteria. Every entry is evaluated by multiple Grand Jury Members to select the Nominees.

BuzzInContent regularly inspects the work of each Jury Member for fairness and accuracy and verifies Members’ qualifications and level of expertise for judging in Round-1.

Final Judging (Executive Jury):

Executive Jury will review shortlisted entries as selected by the online Grand Jury to select the final winners of BuzzInContent Awards.

Jury members will not judge any entry with which they have a conflict of interest.

Disclosure

We understand that conflicts of interest are a potential threat, and we take these conflicts very seriously. We do everything in our power to minimize occurrences of conflicts while ensuring that the best work is recognized.

The BuzzInContent Awards does not influence the judges in any way. We select a diverse body of judges who we feel are objective, respected, and knowledgeable in their category. The Nominees and Winners are entirely in the hands of the esteemed Jury, who select and vote on the entries through an independent process.

Judges may not vote for any entry with which they have a conflict of interest; such situations are closely monitored and policed accordingly.