WebAwards

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The WebAwards
Awarded for "Excellence on the Internet including Websites, Interactive Advertising, Online Film & Video and Mobile content."[1]
Presented by Web Marketing Association
First awarded 1997 - Present (Web Marketing Association)
Official website webaward.org

The international WebAwards website awards competition sets the standard of excellence in 96 industry categories by evaluating websites and defining benchmarks based on the seven essential criteria of successful website development. The goal of the Web Marketing Association, sponsor of the WebAwards, is to provide a forum to recognize the people and organizations responsible for developing some of the most effective websites on the Internet today. Entrants benefit from a website assessment by a professional judging panel and the marketing opportunities presented to the award-winning websites.

The WebAwards use seven criteria to evaluate award-winning websites.

Top Agency WebAward Winners[edit]

The Top Agency Award recognizes the organization who wins the most WebAwards in a single competition. Here are past Top Agency winners and the number of WebAwards they received:

  • 2012 Biggs/Gilmore (38)
  • 2011 Biggs/Gilmore (28)
  • 2010 Extractable (27)
  • 2009 Extractable (25)
  • 2008 Risdall Advertising Agency (29)
  • 2007 Biggs/Gilmore (20)
  • 2006 RG/A (19)
  • 2005 Zugara (20)
  • 2004 Arnold Worldwide (13)
  • 2003 Fry, Inc. (17)
  • 2002 Fry, Inc. (17)
  • 2001 Arnold Worldwide (12)
  • 2000 Sieglegale (13)
  • 1999 R/GA Interactive (12)
  • 1998 AGENCY.COM and iXL (10)
  • 1997 CKS Partners (8)

Best of Show Winners[edit]

Each year one site is selected as the best site in the WebAward competition and awarded the WebAward Best of Show. Winning Best of Show is a special distinction that signifies the best of the best. The Best of Show web site winner is selected by a hand select group of experienced WebAwards judges from the top scoring Best of Industry web sites. The WebAward statuette is a flaming golden W designed and created by New York firm Society Awards.

Here are the past Best of Show WebAward Winners

  • 2010 Hitchcock Fleming & Associates Inc. - Glidden Website
  • 2009 Organic, Inc. - Bank of America - Morris on Campus
  • 2008 Trailer Park - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix website
  • 2007 Walt Disney Internet Group - Disney XD
  • 2006 Big Spaceship - TBS: Department of Humor Analysis
  • 2005 IQ interactive - National Geographic Inside The Mafia
  • 2004 Arc Worldwide - Behr Paint
  • 2003 Disney Online - HotShot Business
  • 2002 Campbell-Ewald - Accelerate Your Life, NAVY
  • 2001 AGENCY.COM - Experience British Airways
  • 2000 Stan Lee Media - Stan Lee Website
  • 1999 Rare Medium Inc. - Artmuseum.net
  • 1998 AGENCY.COM - British Airways London Destination Web site
  • 1997 Organic, Inc. - Philips Home Theater Web site

Web Marketing Association[edit]

The Web Marketing Association was founded in 1997 to help set a high standard for Internet marketing and development of the best websites on the World Wide Web. Staffed by volunteers, this organization is made up of Internet marketing, online advertising, PR, and top web site design professionals who share an interest in improving the quality of online advertising, internet marketing, and website promotion.

Internet Advertising Awards Competition[edit]

Created 1999 "to recognize outstanding online advertising in all of its various forms."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About The WebAwards". Web Marketing Association. Retrieved 2011-05-25. 
  2. ^ "Why IAC?". Internet Advertising Awards Competition. Retrieved May 29, 2012. 

http://www.internationalwebawards.com==External links==