Two weeks to go: Have you entered?

Time is running out to enter the 2010 Australian Web Awards.

Entries closed at midnight (WST) on 8 July 2010, so get organised, the registration form and everything else can be found at

If you have not yet entered, this is your chance to be recognised as having the best Website in your category for your state! And with 13 categories for you to enter so you're sure to find the right one to meet your site's purpose.

Remember that you can register to enter your site now, set up the category you would like to enter and complete the rest of the information by the closing date. That means you can show your intent to enter and can save your work along the way. You don’t even need to worry about payment right now, you will be notified for payment in due course.

Imagine the look on your CEO's and your clients' faces when you tell them your online work has earned a prestigious Web Award! Think of the marketing opportunities you could create - but you need to enter to win!

*A Website says "you're here". An Australian Web Award winning Website says "You've arrived" *

With only two weeks left, now is the time to go to the online entry form and get the recognition you deserve.

Judging Panel close to finalisation

Helen and the Judging committee have been hard at work sourcing judges to evaluate the hundreds of entries that will come in.

With entrants from all states of Australia, the job of judging is going to be bigger and more difficult than ever. 

Check out who is currently on the Judging Panel, and something new for this is that for those sites that make it through the validation process will be given feedback from the judges. 

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It’s time once again. Announcing Australian Web Awards 2010

After a well earned break the Australian Web Awards committee is back at it again. Yep that's right the Web Awards are on again. The following dates should be kept in your diary.

  • Nominations open: 7 June 2010
  • Nominations close: 12 midnight (Western Australian Standard Time) 8 July 2010

The categories are as follows:

  1. Student
  2. Blog
  3. Virtual – for small and micro businesses without a “real” shopfront
  4. Online Retail – online transactional site (payment methods varied) B2C, C2C (with shopfront)
  5. Enterprise - for non transactional services for commercial use B2B, B2G, G2B
  6. Selling to People - for non transactional services focusing on the general public (non commercial) sector, typically catalogue and brochure sites
  7. Government – local, state & federal
  8. Education
  9. Media
  10. Arts & Events
  11. Not for Profit
  12. Innovation
  13. Mobile – for sites seen in mobile device

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