Belly Ballot Created an Unusual Social Baby Naming Contest

 - Mar 9, 2013
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Belly Ballot created an unusual contest with a $5000 prize with the aim of their contestant's baby through a crowd voting process. Natasha Hill, a 26-year-old art teacher, won this contest and will find out her baby's March 22nd, after an online crowd vote.

The contest sort of makes sense once the companies business model is looked into. Belly Ballot is a social baby naming website that lets parents decide on their baby's names through crowd voting. Users pick five favorite names, invite their friends and family to vote and announce their final choice on Facebook and Twitter.

With the aim of promoting the company and social baby naming, the contest will help Natasha in her finances and hopefully provide a desirable name for her baby.