4 frequently asked questions about Ragan & PR Daily Awards

Learn how to make your entry stand out, how awards can benefit you and how past winners succeeded.

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1. What are Ragan & PR Daily Awards?

Ragan & PR Daily Awards are programs dedicated to highlighting the best work in the corporate communications industry. We have 11 programs covering an array of industries and disciplines in communications, including internal communications, health care communications, social media, video and more.

2. Who can enter?

We accept entries from agencies on behalf of clients, in-house teams and individual practitioners, as well as consultants from private, corporate, nonprofit and government sector organizations.

3. What makes a winning entry?

Although each award program is unique, we look for top-quality work that shows clear, bold and creative ideas that benefit your business or client. Please provide metrics or media coverage that back up your claims, and share creative collateral such as videos, visual design or websites that were a part of your project.

4. What are the benefits of winning?

Award winners earn one free registration to a Ragan conference, workshop or virtual event. This can be transferred to any member of their team. We also provide a custom write-up from our program judge that highlights the most impressive parts of your campaign, shoutouts on social media and an elegant trophy. Ragan & PR Daily Award winners are also offered exclusive opportunities to be interviewed for stories on Ragan.com or PRDaily.com, speak at Ragan conferences or virtual events or be featured as a guest on our weekly Twitter chat.

Winning an award has helped recipients prove the value of their work to leaders within their organization, secure new clients, increase department funding, earn promotions and find new opportunities outside of their organization.

Visit the awards section of our website to learn more about current recognition opportunities.

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