It’s hard to think about Bravo without thinking about Real Housewives. Knowing that the Real Housewives brand draws such a loyal following, in 2014 Bravo came up with the idea to create the Real Housewives Awards. That’s right, an online awards event that is totally driven by fan voting and displays some of the best (and worst) traits of the Real Housewives stars. For 2 consecutive years, Voices Heard Media has partnered with Bravo to power the voting engine behind the awards. The interactive ballots were set up to handle a large volume of fan voting that allowed users to flow from category to category, and of course, was integrated with social sharing.
Between 2014 and 2015, over 3 million votes were cast during the awards which also drove a large increase of visits and video views to Real Housewives content.
In the Press
E! Online, "The Real Housewives Awards: NeNe Leakes Leads With 4 Noms, Lisa Rinna Makes a Splash With 3"
The Inquisitir, "Real Housewives Awards Range from Most Dramatic RHOC to Hated RHOA: Vicki Gunvalson & Brooks Ayers Among Winners"
US Magazine, "Real Housewives Awards Winners List Announced: Vicki Gunvalson, Kenya Moore, Others Honored"
Entertainment Weekly, "OMG! Bravo launches the first 'Real Housewives' Awards"
TV by the Numbers, "Cast Your Vote Now! Bravo Media's First Annual Real Housewives Awards Culminates on March 21