28th August, 2020
Welcome to the Judging Dashboard of the Indian Digital Marketing Awards (IDMA) 2020.
The India Digital Marketing Awards winners are selected by members of the Jury from the best work entered through the call for entries from across India.
The winners are selected through an extensive selection process. Jury members will independently inspect each entry and rate them based on their respective judging criteria. Those entries that do not fulfill the criteria shall be disqualified. India Digital Marketing Awards shall not be liable to give any explanation to anyone for disqualification of entries.
Strategy (25%): An entry should demonstrate approach to the overall purpose and target audience throughout each elements of the campaign.
Creativity and Innovation (25%): Jury shall focus on few elements of the campaign like content, design, technological innovation, and the unique nature and/ or originality of the underlying idea. It includes writing, music, and relevant use of animation, video or anything that communicates a creative marketing message.
Execution (25%): Jury shall focus on the alignment of the strategy with the result through the effective use of resources, technology and implementation of the campaign.
Results (25%): Jury shall evaluate campaign on the basis of the results of the campaign based on whether the campaign achieved desired results? Was it able to reach to target audience? Or any other statistic which will help in proving the results of the campaign.
Overall Experience: The overall experience shall include creativity, content, structure, visual design, functionality, simplicity and interactivity.
Each entry will be put through an evaluation in the pre-jury round against a pre-set criterion for the respective category. The average score arrived by the individual scores for each entry submitted by sub jury members will be considered to shortlist the top 5 entries to be considered by the full Jury. All nominated entries from all categories will be put to discussion by the full Jury and the winner will be chosen through consensus and if required, through voting. If the Jury cannot agree on the winner, the Jury Chair will decide the winners. Entries are to be scored on a scale of 0 to 5 with 0 being the lowest score and 5 being the highest. Point assignment should be based on the following:
Please note that this is the first phase of scoring. On the basis of your scores, we will prepare a shortlist, which will then be presented at the final jury meet.
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