Last month, we announced the winners of the 2005 WebAward competition.  Congratulations again to all of our winners this year. The image plaques and certificates for those winners were shipped out earlier this week.

Each year many winners order additional plaques and certificates personalized for clients, bosses, or team members. Personally, I have found the order form cumbersome and not easy to use.  That is why I am pleased to announce the new Web Marketing Association Recognition Center – a new shopping cart application that will make it easy to order your favorite award merchandise online. Now you can see a photo of each item, read about it and then order it. 

With the new Recognition Center, we have also expanded the offering for each award program. For example, in the past WebAward winners were only able to order image plaques, standard plaques and certificates. Now we have added trophies and apparel as well! So now you can order a shirt or cap with the WebAward logo and personalized with your site or award level – a great way to get a conversation started.

We have also provided the ability to order from past award programs – both the WebAwards and the IAC Awards.  So if you won a Best of Industry Award in 2004, you can order a shirt, cap or trophy that was not available to you in the past.

The new Recognition Center is located at www.webmarketingassociation.org/order.asp Please check it out and help acknowledge your award winning efforts.

Bill Rice
President
Web Marketing Association
 

WebAward CompetitionThe 9th annual WebAwards winners are now available on WebAward.org. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners.

Interactive Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards – Mark your calendars, the 2006 IAC Awards will kick off its call for entries on November 6, 2005.


Headline History – Northcliffe Electronic Publishing develops an award winning site to help teach children about English history. You might learn something as well.

Food for ThoughtWhen the client wants to be involved with every aspect of site design, this restaurant site had to be gourmet.


ad:tech comes to New York (Nov 7 - 9) celebrating the third and final show within its "Age of Engagement" series.  Kevin Roberts, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi, tops the list of leaders and visionaries representing the left and right brain demands of today's interactive marketing environment.  Network with like-minded executives in an inclusive forum featuring keynote speeches, expert panel discussions and the latest advances in digital technology.  And with the free, 24/7 support of ad:tech connect's wireless network, participating in a marketing conference has is so much easier and more efficient. 

To register go to  http://www.ad-tech.com/register.asp

 

Use source code “ATNY5B” to receive your 10% discount on a full conference pass.

 

 

 

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