Welcome to the sharing center. Here you can view your design contest entry, the amount of votes you currently have, and most importantly; share your design to get more votes! If you have multiple entries, use the button below to switch to your other shared designs.
It was late March when Aram found out about the Bolt Design Contest on Facebook. When he saw the Appscooter he immediately decided to compete. Aram tells us more about how he did it - “When I entered the contest I didn’t imagine I could get so many votes. I was very surprised to win! I decided to ask my friends to share my design and many of them were very excited to retweet or share my Black and Yellow Appscooter. The win was definitely due to support from my friends, family and even some national celebrities sharing my design!”
Dato says he did nothing special, but that it was really hard to do. When he first saw the Bolt Mobility website and found out about the contest, the person in first place had about 600 votes. “I said to myself that I can easily beat him. My close friends and I have a page "JUST BECAUSE”, since we organize parties in Europe: London, Berlin, Krakow, Kiev and Tbilisi. I also shared my post on this page and it helped me to get lots of votes from people from all around the world. I also asked local celebrities that I know to post on their page asking their followers to vote for my design. Lastly, I also joined some Facebook groups that I was invited to and posted it there too.” Dato’s hard work paid off, winning him his AppScooter with over 3800 votes!
Miroslav won the February 2017 design contest. Miroslav started off by sharing on Facebook and received many votes from friends and family, but this stagnated after a while. He was lucky to have a friend that works at a local internet portal that was willing to help him out by posting a story about his competition entry. However, he still needed more votes, so he asked his Twitter friends for help. That’s when the magic happened. “This huge community backed me up with great support and friendly suggestions. I had a very respectable reach of about 150K in just 10 days. A few of the Tweets I sent somehow reached some very famous people in Serbia (such as singers, actors and sports people) who also supported me by retweeting.” The combination of his efforts landed him a very respectable 2450 votes, winning him his AppScooter!
When Murat first saw a post from Bolt Mobility on Facebook, he was immediately interested and made a couple of designs to see which ones he liked best. He posted the sharing link of his favorite design to a Facebook group in his city and asked people to vote for him. At first, only people he knew voted for him. Unfortunately, this didn’t lead to enough votes. He then changed tactics: “I also posted my design in other Facebook groups I was in. I think it helps if people have something in common to help you convince them. Maybe they like the same football club, being from the same city, having gone to the same school or maybe something completely different. Even complete strangers voted for me, because we had a connection, we were both Turkish.” In the end this tactic worked really well, he got more than 3500 votes!
Salina won the December 2016 design contest. She sent people in her social media networks a personal message asking them if they could do her a favor. She then told them a bit about the contest and sent them the link with which they could vote for her design. After this the votes started flowing in. She got many positive reactions and even got a lot of messages from people saying they had shared my voting link with their friends and acquaintances. A friend of hers that is studying in Tokyo even got people to vote her me from the other side of the world. Because the contest ended at 12 on New Year’s Eve, Salina spent the end of her year on the Bolt Mobility website!
Florian won the November 2016 design contest. He works at a coffee place in a university and meets quite a lot of people during the day. In order to win the design contest, he placed an iPad at the checkout counter so people could easily log in and vote; "Sometimes, when people were a bit harder to convince, I offered them a free coffee and that did the trick. Of course I also asked my friends, relatives, family and co-workers to vote for me too. What didn’t work for me was sending a general Facebook message to people I hadn’t spoken to in ages. It worked a lot better asking them with a more personalized message."
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