WebAward Judging Now Underway

The 23rd annual international WebAward Competition for Website development has closed its call for entries and has not entered the judging phase of the program.

We’d like to take a moment and thank our esteemed panel of expert judges who are determining the best websites in 96 industries. See who these are on the WebAward Website.

Winners will be announced in September, 2019.

Today is Final Day To Enter The 2019 WebAward Competition

The final deadline to enter the 23rd annual WebAwards is today June 14th! Entries added and/or edited until the end of day when the nominator portal will be closed, and the judging phase will begin.

Good luck to all who have entered.

 

 

Deadline To Enter The 2019 WebAward Competition Extended

The deadline to enter the 2019 WebAwards has been extended until June 14, 2019. Entries added and/or edited until that date when the nominator portal will be closed, and the judging phase will begin. All entries submitted after the original deadline will be subject to a late fee as stated in the competition’s guidelines. Find complete information at www.WebAward.org

Final Call for Web Professionals Looking to Judge 2019 WebAwards

The Web Marketing Association’s 23rd annual WebAward Competition for Website Development is currently accepting entries and is looking for qualified judges to help adjudicate this year’s award program. To nominate yourself or someone within your organization, please complete the Judge’s Nomination Form. Internet professionals selected as judges will be contacted during the first week of June and judging will begin shortly after that.

Two Weeks Left to Enter The 2019 WebAward Competition

The deadline for entering the 23rd annual WebAwards is May 29st – only two weeks away!  So now is time to get your entries submitted for one of the top award programs dedicated to website development in the world.  The WebAwards are the standards-defining competition that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful Web site.  It recognizes the individual and team achievements of Web professionals all over the world who create and maintain outstanding Web sites.

Don’t wait until the last minute, enter today!

2019 WebAward Competition Sponsors

The 2019 WebAwards are sponsored by the following leading organizations:

Pr.com, Econtent Magazine, iContent, and Webmaster Radio. The Web Marketing Association thanks these companies for their commitment to the entire online marketing community.

The 23rd annual international WebAward Competition for Website Development is now accepting entries with a May 31st deadline. Enter at WebAward.org

The One Month Left to Enter The 2019 WebAward Competition

The deadline for entering the 23rd annual WebAward Competition is May 31st – one month from today. So now is time to get your entries submitted for one of the top award programs dedicated to website development in the world. The WebAwards are the standards-defining competition that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful Web site.  It recognizes the individual and team achievements of Web professionals all over the world who create and maintain outstanding Web sites.

Don’t wait until the last minute, enter today!

Top Awards up for Grabs at the 23rd Annual WebAwards

The Web Marketing Association will be naming Best of Show winners and the Top Agency as part of its 2019 WebAward Competition.

  • A “Best of Industry” WebAward will be given in each of the 96 industry categories, including financial services, medical, small business, travel, advertising, transportation and government.
  • The competition’s highest honor, the 2019 WebAward “Best of Show,” will be given to the one site that the judges believe represents the pinnacle of outstanding achievement in Web development.
  • The Web Marketing Association will also recognize the interactive agency winning the most awards in the competition with the “Top Interactive Agency” WebAward.

 

Make sure your company will be considered by entering the 23rd annual international WebAwards before the deadline of May 31, 2019.

96 Industries will compete for Best Website Award

Since 1997, the Web Marketing Association has worked to help define what it means to be the best website in a wide variety of industries.  Its 23rd annual international WebAward competition will evaluate 96 different industries and name a lucky few of Best of Industry WebAward winner.

Here is a list of “award-winning” industries covered by the 2019 WebAward Competition for Website Development.

Online Experts Needed To Judge 23rd annual WebAward Competition

Excellence deserves recognition and the Web Marketing Association is looking for experienced Internet professionals who can help judge the Websites that are entered into its 23rd annual international WebAward competition, the standards-defining award program that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful Web site. Interested individuals can submit their names for consideration using the WebAward Judges Nomination Form.

The 2019 WebAward Competition for Website development is currently accepting entries until May 31, 2019. Judging will begin in mid-June and run through early August.

Judges will consist of a select group of Internet professionals who have direct experience designing and managing Web sites,–including members of the media, interactive creative directors, site designers, content providers and webmasters – with an in-depth understanding of the current state-of-the-art in Web site development and technology. Past judges have included top executives from leading organizations such as Universal McCann, SapientNitro, T Rowe Price, Bridge Worldwide, Disney, Euro RSCG, Boeing, Huge, ING Direct, VML, Facebook, J. Walter Thompson, Gartner, Possible Worldwide, YUM!, Cuker Interactive, PayPal, Razorfish, Munich Re, Refinery, Ernst & Young, Magellan Health Service, Microsoft, R/GA, Family Cookbook Project, Saatchi & Saatchi, SAP, Starwood Hotel, and Website Magazine.

If you or someone some one in your organization would make a good judge, they can learn more and enter their name for consideration on the WebAward Judges Nomination Form.

“The vast majority of our judges return each year to participate again as a WebAward judge, but some need to take time off from judging and because of the popularity of the WebAwards there is a constant need for new judges”, said Rice. “Prior to the beginning of the judging, we spend several weeks discussing the current state of Web development and how it should be recognized through the WebAwards.  Being a WebAward judge is a valuable experience that helps the individual better understand overall Web development and of course looks impressive on a resume or corporate bio”.

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