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What Wants To Win An Award?

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Everybody, it seems.

People are so desperate to win an award that they regularly resort to even buying listings in those books of “Who’s Who” that folks publish. I get dozens of notices each week offering me the opportunity to be listed in one Who’s Who or another. For only a minimal cost, of course.

The pitch is alluring, be listed in a Who’s Who, build your reputation and achieve higher income.

This morning, I got received my daily dose of press releases (where do you think I find all this stuff?) and again, there were two or three press releases for some local in Punxatawney who was listed in some grand sounding book of Who’s Who. Every single one of them looking to be mentioned in their own local media.

The pitch is alluring, be listed in a Who's Who, build your reputation and achieve higher income. Click To Tweet

Thing is, even with these hokey paid for listings, local media is quick to pick up on an award or listing of a local resident. For the media, it’s an easy way to build their own reputation in the community as someone who cares about local happenings.

Recently, I wrote several posts about the “Awards Season” the folks at EY, PwC, KPMG and Deloitte were going through with their own spate of awards. Awards they were giving to local businesses and individuals. I wrote these posts when I realized that the awards ceremonies actually benefited the award givers as much as, if not more, than the award recipient.

A quick analysis made me realize that when an award to a local business or individual was given, a multitude of things happened at once.

First of all, the obvious. The local business or individual was recognized and honored, and their reputation was enhanced and solidified.

But then secondly, I recognized that the award recipient would have developed a sense of loyalty and devotion to the person or organization that gave them the award. Indirectly, they became proponents, or evangelists for the award giver.

And, of course, the third value was the publicity and recognition that the award giving firm received in the community, from the media, and all of the other participants who were nominated and could say that they were ‘runner ups’ in the award contest.

A quick analysis made me realize that when an award to a local business or individual was given, a multitude of… Click To Tweet
Awarding some recognition or honor to a business or person is actually a simple process, and there are a multitude of ways that it can be managed, ranging from those that cost thousands of dollars and are used by large grant issuing exempt or governmental organization, to the free or down and dirty systems being used by Practice Builder Publishing for the annual tax tips marketing book promotion (found Here).

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Kirk

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