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About featuring in a MailOnline video


About featuring in a MailOnline video


We are looking to recruit users of MailOnline to appear in a short film for business to business purposes (i.e. not to be broadcast).

To enable us to select people for the film, we are asking you to send us a short video of yourself talking about why you visit MailOnline.  From all the videos received we’ll select up to 20 finalists; these finalists will be professionally interviewed and the footage included in a film about MailOnline.

If you are successful in getting through to the final cut you will receive $300 in cash.

Hurry – we need to receive your video by Friday 19th October.

Tips for your video
Your video can be very simple and recorded from a mobile device, webcam or a video camera.   You will then need to save your video to a computer so you upload here and submit to us.
It only needs to be a short video.  As a guide somewhere around 30 seconds to 1 minute – don’t worry if it is longer though.   Save your video file using your first and last name, e.g. John_Smith.

Please include the following in your video:

  • Your name
    MailOnline
  • Your age
  • Where you live – just the Town and State
  • Your job/career
  • How often you visit MailOnline
  • Why you visit MailOnline
  • The things you like best about MailOnline
  • Where and when you visit MailOnline


Once you have finished your video, complete the form below. 

To add your video:

  • Save your video to your desktop
  • Complete your name and email address
  • Click the browse button below and select your video in your files
  • Then click ‘Submit video’ and your video will then be sent to us.

Alternatively, you may email your video directly to [email protected]


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