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Week One April 1, 2014
One week in to the contest means you only have 180 ballots left. That's the advantage of entering the contest early, and often. But use your ballots for good. Here's some tips on what that means.
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Week One

April 1, 2014 at 8:46 AM

One week in to the contest means you only have 180 ballots left. That's the advantage of entering the contest early, and often.

This was intentional, as we want to give our friends and followers a head start. But, as the contest spreads, and as more people sign up and enter their ballots, it's really those who are diligent that will increase their odds.

Some have asked:

"Why do I write my own ballots?"

This is something we thought long and hard about.

Ultimately, we don't want your ballots to be annoying for your followers and friends. What we mean is, if we forced you to write some boring, marketing lingo ballot, we would just be annoying everyone. And that's no fun. 

To allow you to write your own ballots, means you can say whatever you want, and honestly you don't even have to say anything about the contest. As long as your ballot includes the contest URL and the #ten4ten hashtag, it will qualify.

So, you're telling me, I can write a ballot that describes what I ate for breakfast. Yes. What I think about the baseball game I'm watching right now? Absolutely. The top ten reasons I'm not voting for Rob Ford. Please do.

That's the beauty of it. We don't want to be intrusive. We actually don't want you to write something that sells Toggle Media. Over the years, the best thing that sells Toggle Media, is clients who love our work, and pass on the love. It's organic, it's unforced and natural. 

So, please, use your 180 ballots for good.