Calling all VMworld 2010 San Francisco attendees...
We're all experiencing an epic event here at VMworld 2010 San Francisco. Now, let's share this out to the world. We're looking for video clips and photos from attendees taken at the conference.
If you have a video clip of footage from the conference, please upload it to YouTube so it can be shared. Post the YouTube link on our VMworld Facebook page. Of course, if you have other video sources, that will work too. And please post your video on our VMworld Video page as well using your VMworld account login.
If you have a great photo or series of photos from the conference, please post them to our VMworld Facebook page. This can be a link to Flickr, Picassa, or added as an attachment. And please post your video on our VMworld Photo page as well using your VMworld account login.
The video that receives the most "Like" entries between now and the end of Wednesday at midnight (PST), will be our video winner. The photo that receives the most "Like" entries between now and the end of Wednesday at midnight (PST), will be our photo winner.
To be eligible to win...
1) You must be an actual attendee here at VMworld 2010 San Francisco to be eligible.
2) Your video or photo must be taken here or near the San Francisco Moscone center
3) Your video or photo must be posted to our VMworld Facebook page.
4) Your video of photo must be your own creation (not posting for someone else)
4) You must be at VMworld 2010 on Thursday and come by the Social Media & Blogger Lounge to claim your prize.
Video winner prize:
A vintage collection of VMworld bags from 2007, 2008 and 2009 + 1 "free" VMworld 2010 Subscription ($699 value)
Photo winner prize:
1 "free" VMworld 2010 Subscription ($699 value)
Note: This contest is primarily intended to share VMworld 2010 experiences with our VMworld followers and those who couldn't make it to the conference. Prizes are fun, but not intended to be that "killer" giveaway...so have fun with it and spread the word. Of course, not all attendees are Facebook fans (yes, we know that)...but this is the quickest way to run this in a short time.