“By extensions, participating artistes now have a place where their friends and family members can go to vote for their video,” adds Broderick.
He adds that the highest voted and rated video will receive $1,000 cash prize at the end of voting cycle.
The first cash prize is slated to be awarded November 17, 2012.
As a new start up having started out September 17, 2012, Showpill will be aiming get talented gifted people into the spotlight they deserve, and at the same time, giving them a chance to win money.
Driving home the point that they are not a scam or spam and that the upload fee we charge is a way to weed out the videos that don’t matter and are just submitted at random, head of the Showpill concern says they currently have over 10,000 users.
“So, we are giving you our word that we are the genuine article. Therefore, don’t be afraid to submit your videos to the competition because you might have been bitten before, and now you have a bad taste in your mouth about competition of this nature,” argues Broderick, who has aim also is to use Showpill to help eliminate online scams when it comes to making money or earning prizes online.
The Showpill site is also one of diversification;
“We are looking to bring those same competitions online and to a wider talent pool,” he notes, who goal is to bring tangible benefits by way of cash and prizes, exposure outside of YouTube, and an opportunity to earn easy fast cash.
Showpill started as a way to provide people a safe, fun and effective way for them to make money online.
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