Worldwide Invest Better Day Contest Submission Guidelines

To enter the Worldwide Invest Better Day video contest, follow the three steps below. We must receive your submission at the email address below by 11:59pm ET on Tuesday, September 25, 2012.

Once the contest closes, our team will select the winner, which will be announced on on Tuesday, October 2.

By submitting a video, you agree to let The Motley Fool use your submission. Read the contest Terms and Conditions by clicking here.

Step 1: Make a video!

Make a video describing how investing has changed your life for the better. It should

  • Be 3 minutes or less. (There's no penalty for being shorter!)
  • Tell us how investing has changed your life for the better.

Step 2: Upload your video to YouTube

Upload your video to your YouTube account. If you have a Google account, you have a YouTube account.

Don't have a Google account? Sign up by clicking here.

Don't know how to upload your file? Learn more by clicking here.

Step 3: Submit your video to the Worldwide Invest Better Day Contest.

Email with the following:

  • Your legal name
  • The URL of your uploaded video

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