Here is the video clip of the interview.
The Call for Entries for the Web Marketing Association’s 2007 WebAward competition for Web site development is now officially closed and judging will being on Monday.
Good luck to all who entered and winners will be announced in Mid-September.
I guess the title says it all.
If you have entered the WebAwards this year, please check your nominator account before Friday to see if your entry fees have been paid and all of your edits are complete. After Friday, the sites are off to the judges and editing will be turned off.
If you did not enter yet, what are you waiting for? You only have a few more days submit your web site to be recognized and earn itself a great marketing opportunity (it won’t hurt your reputation either!). To create a nominator account and enter for the first time, go to our new account form.
William Rice, President of the Web Marketing Association was asked to contribute an article to iMedia Connection,
His article Web Awards: More Than Just Fame and Glory appeared the June 13th issue. It discussed how web site awards, like the WebAwards, are newsworthy events that can parlay into website recognition as well as outstanding marketing opportunities.
Today the Web Marketing Association is exhibiting at the Search Engine Strategies Conference in Toronto Canada. There are a lot of Canadian Internet professionals here to keep up with the latest developments in SEO and PPC to help their marketing efforts.
Unfortunately, a case of WebAward brochures went AWOL while crossing the boarder. Other than that, it’s a great conference. The WMA booth is right next door to N49, a new Canadian business search engine and online community at www.N49.ca They seem to be drawing the biggest crowds by giving away tee shirts customized with your personal URL on their site.
I was also video taped for The Daily Web Marketing Show on Web Marketing Watch for a video posting that should be live tomorrow. If I find it, I will pass it along.
Search Engine Strategies, Toronto
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada