Knoxville Web Design

Mediapulse Nabs Three WebAwards

Monday October 20, 2008


Mediapulse, Knoxville's oldest and most established web design studio, recently won five WebAwards for website development from the Web Marketing Association.

WebAwards honor the top website developers and websites in an international competition that judges 96 industry categories. More than 2,400 sites from 40 countries competed for the 2008 WebAwards, a premier award event for web developers and marketers worldwide. Entries were judged on design, copy writing, innovation, content, interactivity, ease of use, and use of technology.

Mediapulse received a Best Faith-based WebAward for the Park West Church of God website, and Standard of Excellence WebAwards for the Blount County Industrial Board and Knoxville American Marketing Association websites.

"Many of the entries this year continued to show impressive creativity and technical innovation to win in this year's WebAward competition," William Rice, President of the Web Marketing Association, said. "While some companies are constantly improving their web efforts in small ways, others are making incredible leaps ahead. The WebAwards has always been a great way for Internet professionals to showcase their work and gain recognition and marketing opportunities for web development that sets the standard for the entire industry."

The Web Marketing Association, founded in 1997, aims to help set a high standard for Internet marketing and development of websites. The awards it created provide a benchmark by which all website development can be judged, based on the seven criteria of a successful website used in the judging process.

 

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