Top Ten reasons why you should enter your website into the 2009 WebAwards

10) If you wait until after the May 31st deadline, you’ll have to pay a late fee.

9) Your mom will be so proud of you when you win.

8) You will receive important benchmark data for your entire industry and where your site ranks in each of the seven judging criteria.

7) Think of the PR opportunities – industry publications, blogs, websites, by-lined articles, podcasts, press releases, interviews – the sky is the limit.

6) A best of industry plaque containing your award winning site will look great on the wall in your office.

5) The WebAward logo on your site is like receiving the “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” for Web development. Your clients and prospects will be impressed at your independent industry recognition.

4) If you don’t win, we won’t tell anyone – and you still get the feedback.

3) An inbound link from webaward.org will help your site’s search engine rankings because you will surrounded by other top sites in your industry – something you just can’t buy!

2) A WebAward looks impressive on your resume – just in case…

1) Winning a WebAward will help you keep more of your budget from the bean counters in Finance. They like measurable results and nothing demonstrates excellence better than winning a WebAward!

Winning accolades in the 2009 WebAwards – the Internet’s premier award recognition program, is a great way to stand out from others in your industry. But you won’t get anything if you don’t enter! Time is running out so enter today!

Entering is easy. Simply create a nominator account or log into an existing account from past years. This password protected area will allow you to enter multiple sites, edit the information up to when the judging begins and receive updates, results and feedback on your entries throughout the competition.

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