zoomatlas has picked a winning script writing entry

For $300 they received 52 writing concepts from 17 designers!

Over 40,000 of the world's best entrepreneurs and small businesses trust crowdSPRING with custom logo design, web design and writing services. 96% of them recommend that you try us too.

Find out more

Starts:21-Feb-11 1:30 a.m. GMT

Ends:12-Mar-11 1:30 a.m. GMT


Award 1: $300, was awarded to jonatha...




Preview: crowdSPRING Contract


There are no materials for this project.

Creative brief

The buyer added updates to the brief. Read them.



What do you do?

A map-based social website.

What is your industry?

Social Networking

Describe your audience

Our users are typically 40+ and skew slightly female, but we want this video to appeal to all ages and both genders.

How do you intend to use this script?

We will shoot a video to post on our home page and YouTube. Our goal is to have an outrageously funny video which outlines the benefits of ZoomAtlas.

What 3 things would you like to communicate through this script to your audience?

- ZoomAtlas is fun and free.
- You post pictures and notes about your favorite places from your past and present.
- You can reconnect with lost friends.

Do you have a title for this script?


Do you have a thesis or conclusion that must be reached?

No, just has to be funny. We want people to share this.

List specific information that must be included

The name of the site (though it could be in dialog or just a splash image of the logo).

What character, tenor or spirit do you want to convey?

Outrageously funny.

What is your required length in words or pages for this script?

Run time should be 30 seconds minimum to 2 minutes max.

Do you want to include additional info?

We have no restrictions on content, other than it must be appropriate for YouTube and not contain expensive special effects since our production budget is limited.

Brief updates

By zoomatlas on 2-Mar-11 5:20 p.m. GMT
We have not found a winning script yet. We want this to look like a short-skit comedy with a hint of what we do, not an infomercial. Outrageous will win the day. Also, if the script formula can be copied for multiple episodes, that would be a huge plus.