Organic’s Kingdon to lead the 2006 WebAward Judging Panel

The Web Marketing Association is pleased to announce that Mark Kingdon, CEO of Organic, Inc, a unit of Omnicom Group, inc. www.omnicomgroup.com. has been selected to lead the judging panel as the first Chair of the 10th annual international WebAward competition for Web site development.

“As a long time WebAward judge, Mark is exceptionally positioned to lead the judging of this year’s WebAward program,” said William Rice, President of the Web Marketing Association. “For nearly a decade, the WebAwards has used seven fundamental criteria to evaluate, benchmark, and set industry standards for Web site development. Mark will use his expertise and insights to help define and enhance the current standard of excellence for award wining web sites.”

“I am honored and delighted to have been chosen to Chair the WebAwards—a program with a wonderful, rich history of showcasing a broad array of exceptional online experiences—from major global brands to smaller, single-shingle businesses from all over the world,” said Mark Kingdon, CEO, Organic. “Personally, I like seeing the huge range of work and being exposed to web experiences that I might not normally see. It’s inspiring. I’ve enjoyed being a judge and I’m particularly excited about developing a strong sense of community among the judges with a lot of good dialogue about the work.”

The 2006 WebAwards judges consist of a select group of Internet professionals who have direct experience designing and managing corporate Web sites—including members of the media, advertising executives, site designers, content providers and webmasters—with an in-depth understanding of the current state-of-the-art in Web site development and technology. Judging for this year’s awards will take place in July and August, with winners announced in September. Internet professionals interested in being considered as a 2006 WebAward judge can nominate themselves at www.webaward.org/judges.asp

Here is the full press release from PRWeb, a WebAward sposnor.

Organic’s Kingdon to lead the 2006 WebAward Judging Panel

   

         

 

The Web Marketing Association is pleased to announce that Mark Kingdon, CEO of Organic, Inc, a unit of Omnicom Group, inc. www.omnicomgroup.com. has been selected to lead the judging panel as the first Chair of the 10th annual international WebAward competition for Web site development.

“As
a long time WebAward judge, Mark is exceptionally positioned to lead
the judging of this year’s WebAward program,” said William Rice,
President of the Web Marketing Association. “For nearly a decade, the
WebAwards has used seven fundamental criteria to evaluate, benchmark,
and set industry standards for Web site development. Mark will use his
expertise and insights to help define and enhance the current standard
of excellence for award wining web sites.”

“I am honored and
delighted to have been chosen to Chair the WebAwards—a program with a
wonderful, rich history of showcasing a broad array of exceptional
online experiences—from major global brands to smaller, single-shingle
businesses from all over the world,” said Mark Kingdon, CEO, Organic.
“Personally, I like seeing the huge range of work and being exposed to
web experiences that I might not normally see. It’s inspiring. I’ve
enjoyed being a judge and I’m particularly excited about developing a
strong sense of community among the judges with a lot of good dialogue
about the work.”

The 2006 WebAwards judges consist of a select
group of Internet professionals who have direct experience designing
and managing corporate Web sites—including members of the media,
advertising executives, site designers, content providers and
webmasters—with an in-depth understanding of the current
state-of-the-art in Web site development and technology. Judging for
this year’s awards will take place in July and August, with winners
announced in September. Internet professionals interested in being
considered as a 2006 WebAward judge can nominate themselves at www.webaward.org/judges.asp

Here is the full press release from PRWeb, a WebAward sposnor.

IAC Judging Underway

The Call for Entries for the Web Marketing Association’s 2006 Internet Advertising Competition Awards is now complete and the judges are reviewing the entries.

We expect winner to be announced in mid-April. Good luck to all who have entered!

IAC Judging Underway

   

         

 

The Call for Entries for the Web Marketing Association’s 2006 Internet Advertising Competition Awards is now complete and the judges are reviewing the entries.

We expect winner to be announced in mid-April.  Good luck to all who have entered!

Internet Advertising Competition Deadline this Friday

2006 Internet Advertising Competition Awards deadline is February 17th – less than one week away!

There is still time to enter the 2006 Internet Advertising Competition, the first and only industry-based advertising award competition dedicated exclusively to online advertising produced by the Web Marketing Association.

The Competition Web site is located at www.iacaward.org. The extended deadline for entry is February 17, 2006. Judging begins on February 20th, so this will be the only extension allowed. Don’t wait – Enter today!

Internet Advertising Competition Deadline this Friday

   

         

 

2006 Internet Advertising Competition Awards deadline is February 17th – less than one week away!

There
is still time to enter the 2006 Internet Advertising Competition, the
first and only industry-based advertising award competition dedicated
exclusively to online advertising produced by the Web Marketing
Association.

The Competition Web site is located at www.iacaward.org.
The extended deadline for entry is February 17, 2006. Judging begins on
February 20th, so this will be the only extension allowed. Don’t wait –
Enter today!

HPshopping.com recognized for award winning Web site

MarketingSherpa, a though leader in interactive marketing, interviewed Catherine Paschkewitz, hpshopping.com’s Director of Consumer Marketing in an article entitled “How hpshopping.com Increases Gross Margins While Winning Marketing Awards — Four Specific Tactics“.

This article does a excellent job at describing some of the tactics used to make hpshopping.com an effective award winning Web site.

HPshopping.com recognized for award winning Web site

   

         

 

MarketingSherpa,
a though leader in interactive marketing, interviewed Catherine
Paschkewitz, hpshopping.com’s Director of Consumer Marketing in an
article entitled "How hpshopping.com Increases Gross Margins While Winning Marketing Awards — Four Specific Tactics".

This
article does a excellent job at describing some of the tactics used to
make hpshopping.com an effective award winning Web site.

Interactive Advertising competition Deadline Extended

The deadline for the Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards has been extended until February 17, 2006. This will be the only extention allowed.

The IAC Awards are produced by the Web Marketing Association and are the first and only industry-based advertising award competition dedicated exclusively to online advertising. Awards will be presented within 95 industry categories and advertising formats such as online ad, rich media ad, email message, online newsletter campaign, microsite/landing page, integrated ad campaign and ads the client did not choose.

Interactive Advertising competition Deadline Extended

   

         

 

The deadline for the Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards has been extended until February 17, 2006. This will be the only extention allowed.

The IAC Awards are produced by the Web Marketing Association
and are the first and only industry-based advertising award competition
dedicated exclusively to online advertising. Awards will be presented
within 95 industry categories and advertising formats such as online
ad, rich media ad, email message, online newsletter campaign,
microsite/landing page, integrated ad campaign and ads the client did
not choose.

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