Not much to say for this issue of the Web Marketing Association’s
Interactive Briefing. The extended deadline for entering the 2007 is
only a few days away – Friday, June 15th. The judges are ready to
begin the difficult task of determining who has the best web sites
if 96 industries.
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
Web Marketing Association
p.s. Chis Baggott at ExactTarget has a new book out Email Marketing
by the Num8ers: How to use the world’s greatest marketing tool to
take any organization to the next level. It is a great in-depth look
at best (and worst) practices in email marketing. We have three
copies to give a way to Interactive Briefing readers. Send an email
to Book@Webaward.org to
– The 2007
WebAward Call for Entries is drawing to a close. The extended
deadline for entry is June 15th – This Friday. You miss this
deadline, you wait another year. So don’t wait any longer – enter
Interactive Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards
The 2008 IAC Awards are scheduled to
kick off the Call for Entries in November. Stay tuned for more
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AngelVision uses online video to effectively get the message across
for their advertising clients and won not one but three IAC Awards
for their efforts. See the how and why here.
Personal Branding, A New Way of Thinking
– Companies spend billions on creating brand images for products,
but have we given enough though to our personal bands?
Our apologies to Sandra Holtzman of Holtzman Communications, LLC.
She was the author of Using Customer-Focused Marketing to Create
Unique Websites and we neglected to give her credit for her article
in the last issue.
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great way to network with other industry professionals and keep
up-to-date with the Internet. Here is additional information on the
conferences you will find the Web Marketing Association supporting
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Video formats are more effective for marketers, and more lucrative
for publishers. Advertisers, marketers, publishers and content
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