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Yay, It's Been Accepted!
After five days of nail-biting, Scott's video application for "The Best Job in the World" is now available on the IslandReefJob.com website. Check it out! (Don't forget to VOTE and pass it along to friends, collegues and anyone you that will watch!) Thanks!!
Scott Kimler's Video is at 136 Views
At about 7 PM on Wednesday, just over 5 days since submission, Scott's video application for "The Best Job in the World", has finally been approved!
"Yee Haw!" exclaimed an excited Scott.
Be one of the first to see it online!
Elation turned to disappointment, however, when Scott saw that the video quality wasn't up to par.
"There's a video and audio "sync" problem and then the video really cuts out - visually - during Alex's cycle-touring picture and the first part of when I'm talking in the office. Darn," said Scott, "and to think we tried SO hard to get the quality 'just right'. The original wasn't like this."
Scott figures that the problems were introduced by whatever process that Tourism Queensland uses to prepare the final, uploaded videos.
Still, Scott's jazzed with his submission and it's been playing to a kind audience. Scott's video was on the site less than an hour and it had already found it's way to the first page of the "most popular" videos!
"Wow," said Scott, "and to think I haven't even tried to promote it yet! This rocks! (And give me hope, eh?)"
Still, there's a big difference between a hundred and forty six views (the view count at this writing) versus over 35,000 for the "most-viewed" video.
"Let's hope my rating stays high and the view count exceeds forty thousand ... there's only 10 days left!!" said Scott.
"Oh, gee ... I almost forgot *Scott sheepishly grins* ... here's the video link."
"Please," said Scott, "please pass it on to five friends and tell them to pass it on to five of their friends. If you think it's a pyramid scheme, it is!! So much of this application is about "Buzz" and who can generate it. Don't forget to tell people to "VOTE" too!"
To vote, just click the right-most "star" under the "rate me" section.
"Wait a minute," said Scott, "I'll SHOW you!"
Vote for Scott ... often
Voting is pretty simple. It's done from the IslandReefJob.com website, but you only get one vote.
"Make it count," said Scott, winking.
"Thanks in advance," he added, "Don't forget to pass the link on to your friends, family and anyone else you can think of. (So much of this is "public relations". If you can think of any other way to help Scott get the word out, let him know!)
Don't forget the link! http://www.islandreefjob.com/#/applicants/watch/7AudvMYpYh8