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Best Online Newsletters to Be Named by Web Marketing Association

SIMSBURY, Conn., Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Web Marketing Association judges will select the best online newsletters of 2013 in 86 industries as part of their 11th annual Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards. The IAC Awards are the first and only industry-based advertising award competition dedicated exclusively to online advertising. Companies or agencies wishing to nominate their work for consideration may do so at www.IACAward.org before the deadline of January 31, 2013.

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"Online newsletters are a critical marketing tool for many companies trying to maintain an ongoing relationship with customers and prospects," said William Rice, president of the Web Marketing Association.  "Each online newsletter will be judged on copywriting, creativity, innovation, design, impact, and use of the medium. The IAC Awards provides an opportunity to find out who is doing an outstanding job creating online newsletters. It's also a great marketing opportunity for the winners to promote their work to senior management, customers and prospects".

 "We believe that winning an industry specific award is more valuable to the participant.  It allows the participants to be judges against their peers, just like in the marketplace," said Rice.

The 2012 Best of Show winner for Online Newsletters was Acxiom Creative for Bing Travel Horizontal Scroll. The newsletter was also recognized as the Best Directory or Search Engine Online Newsletter campaign.

Other Award Winning Online Newsletters included:

2011

Manulife Solutions


BlueRush Digital Media Corp.

2010

Online Newsletter campaign for VISIT FLORIDA


Miles Media

2009

Rice Krispies "The Spoonful"


Biggs|Gilmore

2008

FedEx LAC Sales Team Intranet Redesign


BGT Partners & FedEx

2007

CBSeal eNews


Coldwell Banker Barbara Sue Seal Properties

2006

Scudder Participant e-Newsletter


Scudder Retirement Services

2005

Buick Email Re-contact Program


i33 Communications, LLC

 

The 2013 Internet Advertising Competition Awards are open to all organizations and individuals (advertising and interactive agencies, corporate marketing departments, etc.) involved in the process of developing Internet advertising. Entries may be submitted online at IACAward.org. The deadline for entry is January 31, 2013 and will be judged on design, creativity, impact, innovation, copywriting, and use of the medium.

In addition to online newsletters, Awards will be presented within each of the industry categories and advertising formats such as:

Social Media Campaigns
Online ad (including banner, pop-up or interstitial)
Online ad campaign
Email message
Rich media ad campaign
Rich media online ad
Online newsletter campaign
Integrated ad campaign
Web sites (including microsites and landing pages)
Online Video
Mobile Apps
Ads the client did not choose

In an effort to recognize those organizations that demonstrate exceptional development skills across multiple entries, agencies that win more the 6 awards will also be recognized with an Outstanding Advertising Developer award from the Web Marketing Association. In 2012, ten agencies won this honor.

The 2013 Internet Advertising Competition Awards are sponsored by Burst Media, BGT Partners, PR Newswire, ExactTarget, EContent Magazine, ad:tech conferences, Internet World UK, Search Engine Strategies, Webmaster Radio and Website Magazine.

About the Web Marketing Association

The Web Marketing Association is an organization working to create a high standard of excellence for Web site development and marketing on the Internet. Staffed by volunteers, it is made up of Internet marketing, advertising, PR and design professionals who share an interest in improving the quality of online advertising, Internet marketing and promotion used to attract visitors to Web sites. The Web Marketing Association's two annual award programs, the WebAward Competition and the Internet Advertising Competition Awards, have been helping interactive professionals promote themselves, their companies, and their best work to the outside world since 1997.  

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