A minute of your time Time to click on Sarah’s video again! I’m determined we win the YouTube views cleanly (without using automated scripts, like one certain Asian country).
It’s called the popular vote, not the automated vote This is Malaysia’s idea of playing fair in the popular vote at World Miss University, with a stated aim of beating New Zealand’s legitimately acquired 10,300 views. I wonder how sour the victory will be if Miss Malaysia takes it (which she will at the rate of increase using automated scripts). So, please vote for Sarah, Miss New Zealand, the legit way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1Qb2XbFSUA
Sprung I was notiﬁed of a second poll at World Miss University all of a sudden yesterday, despite checking the WMU 2012 site daily for its existence. And this poll already has front-runners from countries which probably knew ahead of us—Poland, Russia, and, of course, the host country, Korea, which have votes in the hundreds or thousands.
Sarah was down at number 25, but with a bit of Facebook-soliciting in the small hours, she got to number 10 before I went to bed at 5 a.m. With a bit more today, she’s now at number 6. If you could, please click on the ‘Vote’ button next to her name—it’s faster than watching her YouTube video (which you should still do if you are like me!).
I’ll cry foul if all of a sudden this other poll becomes the criterion for the popular vote, especially what Sarah was told. The WMU site still refers to YouTube voting, so let’s hope that that’s still the case instead of a situation where it’s very easy to do some ballot-stufﬁng using anonymous proxies.
Click again, please Did I mention that you should click on Sarah’s video? Miss New Zealand is currently in fourth place, up from eighth a day ago. Thank you to all those who are watching but we need you to keep watching—just a minute a day—and help get Sarah winning the public vote at World Miss University! Pass this URL on, too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1Qb2XbFSUA.
Hello followers! Please could you watch my video - the number of views helps me in the pageant I am at in Korea. I’m the short one in black in the middle from New Zealand! :)
Time to click again Have you watched Sarah’s video today? It needs to be watched through to the end and the counters are reset daily. Miss New Zealand can take the popular vote and we are already outperforming every other country per capita!
Views needed We’re behind Miss New Zealand Sarah Munn at World Miss University 2012 in Seoul, Korea. At the time of writing, Sarah’s in third place for the public vote, behind Poland and Lithuania. The more folks who watch, the better her chances in securing the people’s choice prize. So please click above and help Sarah along, and learn just why she makes such a perfect representative at World Miss University.
Click time Let’s give Sarah some extra views!
The Miss Universe New Zealand farce Sums it up nicely.
New ads With the next Miss New Zealand pageant around the corner, it was time to update the ads. The old ones with Katie Taylor still worked conceptually, although the new Priyani Puketapu ones had to be created from scratch with (nearly) the same typefaces.