No replies... interesting. I see there are a bunch of views at least! Anyway, I need to bump this with a crucial update. I just learned you can vote an unlimited amount of times. So, if you would, please head back and vote for me as many times as your mind and body permit! Thanks again!
Why would we sign up? We're not your personal army. We should vote for the music we like, not for the one we were told. Because in the end, what's the point of winning something you told people to vote for? Isn't a better feeling to win because people LIKE your music?
It isn't cheap. I'm just following the rules of the contest. Here's the e-mail I got:
Thank you so much for submitting your video for the KISS 105.3 Radio Dream Job Contest! This is an exciting opportunity to win a full time job at KISS 105.3, and be a part of the Morning Show. The next step in this process is CRUCIAL. You have to get your friends, family, even complete strangers to vote for you.
Here are some great ways to spread the word:
~ Blast your friends on Facebook, Myspace, twitter, etc.
~ Put a sign on your car telling people to go to kiss1053.com to vote for your video
~ Paint your face
~ Call the local TV stations, Newspapers etc. and tell them who you are and what you’re doing
~ Get a megaphone
~ Wear a sandwich sign at the mall, or on the side of the road
~ Bribe people at work
~ Two words: sky writing
Whatever you do, make sure you get the word out about YOUR entry. Don’t let this chance slip through your fingers because you didn’t get the votes. Remember there is no limit to the number of votes submitted by any one person, (however KISS 105.3 will ignore any votes that we deem were cast via an automated process). That means you need as many people on your team as possible voting for YOU.
Thanks a lot for your interest in the job, and I hope to work with you soon!
Operations Manager/ Program Director
WYKS - KISS 105.3 FM
And there's no music being voted for, Guard, so I haven't a clue what you are talking about. I'm not forcing anything; I'm merely asking for assistance as per Kevin Quinn's suggestions.