The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards continue to put innovation and online excellence at the top of the agenda.
Since The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards inception in 2009, the Awards have been supported by celebrity entrepreneurs and tech experts including Sarah Beeny, Jamie Murray-Wells, Julie Meyer, Alison Cork and Kate Russell. They have a stellar line up of judges once again this year, industry experts who are lending their support in the search for winning websites.
The Good Web Guide have introduced some new categories this year, which cover a wide range of lifestyle interests. With the People's Choice, they are throwing the net wide open; any website or app can enter this new stand-alone category and get their fans and customers to vote for them.
Streets ISA Media & Entertainment Chartered Accountants is delighted to announce that they will be sponsoring the Arts/Culture category.
Commenting on why Streets are sponsoring the Good Web Guide Awards, the firm’s Marketing Partner, James Pinchbeck said: “Whether as part of our own business development, process and marketing or that of our clients, the importance and value of having a good website site cannot be underestimated. A well, researched, designed and technical future proof website continues to be one of the areas of marketing budget spend that provides the greatest returns on investment.
“The value of a website, whether it serves as a shop window, a source of lead generation or an e-commerce platform, is often much greater than the cost of its development. An effective website can not only allow you to target your customers, but also through effective online and offline marketing, reach global markets.
“Entering the Good Web Guide Awards not only provides great PR and allows you to be recognised by industry experts, it also enables you to share experiences and ideas with other businesses with a passion for producing state of the art and imaginative platforms to promote and develop their business.”
Please see a full list of categories below:
Retail: Where the online shopping experience is every bit as good as or better than shopping offline
Home & Interiors: Covering ecommerce, information and advice, home improvement, interior design, architecture, blogs and forums
Food & Drink: Ecommerce, resources for recipes, blogs and forums
Travel & Leisure: Tour operators, online guides, associated travel services, blogs and forums
Arts/Culture: Promoting art or culture in any medium, art galleries, museums, online guides, art criticism and information. Includes music, film and performing arts
Really Useful: For sites that we can't live without (information/news based or retail/service providers). This category was formerly known as Information/News
Finance: For both the financial and legal industries
Business: Online resources and tools for businesses to help, support and inform entrepreneurs and business owners; business networks and forums
Educational: - Learning resources, interactive games to help inspire kids to learn
Social/Community: Where individuals join forces for purposes of microfinance, group buying, networking, dating
Charity/Social Enterprise: Sites for individual charities and charitable/non profit organisations that inform and support their visitors and communities
Best of British: A celebration of a truly British website, either with a retail focus or information/editorially based
Property: Property portals, estate agencies and associated services, including property maintenance
Health/Beauty/Fitness: For both retailers, providers of fitness or beauty services, both off and online
Excellence in Customer Service: To reward online businesses that have excelled in the eyes of their verified customers
Gardening: Covering ecommerce, information and advice, forums and blogs
Startups: For online enterprises that have been operating for under two years (no earlier than June 2012), providing either goods or services
Luxury: For premier brands across all sectors (retail, travel or services based)
People's Choice: For those sites/apps that want their customers and fans to do the talking, as opposed to putting their site forward for scrutiny by the judges. For more information on this award please click here
New categories for 2016
Sports: For individual sports/clubs, sporting news, culture, events, blogs.
Corporate: Promotion and marketing of organisations, businesses, legal practices etc, providing an overview on the services/products on offer.
The entry deadline has been extended until midnight on Friday 7th October 2016.
The cost to enter one category is £75 exc VAT. The GWG tweets about entries as they come in and each week, shine the spotlight on one entrant with a quickfire interview.