How to Get Votes for Your Baby Photo Competition

Posted on: 2nd May 2013

If you’ve entered a baby photo competition and are wondering how to increase the number of votes for your entry, fear no more. We have plenty of tried and tested tips to bolster your chances of claiming first prize.


Register with a ‘vote request’ forum


The Internet is teeming with vote request forums, where people post links to their competition entries to encourage other people to vote for them to win. Post your baby photo competition entry in one and soon hundreds of people will visit and vote on your photograph. These forums are also a great place to make new friends who share the same interests as you: namely, winning.


Visit ‘vote request’ websites


Similar to the ‘vote request’ forums, these websites can bolster your vote count quickly and painlessly. Win votes in exchange for signing up and completing offers.


Question and answer websites


Question and answer sites are another great place to get votes. These sites allow you to register for free and post questions which will be sent to other members of the group. With the correct wording, many of the people answering your question will also commit a vote to your cause. Ask questions regarding to the competition that you are entering, and a few people are likely to provide an answer and a vote.




If you don’t have a Twitter account, go sign up for one now. Not only is it the best place online to find out what your favourite celeb had for lunch, Twitter is also the fastest ways to get your message out there: namely, that people should vote for your photo. With an account you can follow other people who have the same interests as you, and they’ll probably follow you back. Once you have a strong following you can send out tweets asking your ‘fans’ to vote for you. Easy.




There’s no doubt about it, Facebook is the most popular social networking site. Use Facebook to appeal to family member and friends, as well of friends of friends, to vote for your picture. Go a little further by searching for groups that share an interest with you, and ask the members to vote for your entry.




Blogging offers a great way of stirring up interest in your cause. Blog about why it’s important to you to enter your child in the photo competition, and why it’s important to win. People who share the same interests as you, and love your images, will be more than willing to vote on your behalf.

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