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2013 ESET NetGuide Web Awards Finalists

12 Feb 14

Finalists are below. If you're looking for the winners click here !

The finalists are (in alphabetical order)

Best Real Estate Site
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Best Financial Site
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Best Entertainment Site
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Best Employment Site
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Best Blog
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Four Legs Good on
Moatas Blog Idle on
Ready or Knot on

Best Mobile App
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ASB Bank App
BNZ Mobile App
Countdown App
Stuff App
Vodafone App

Best News Site
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Best Site for Gamers
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Best Web Developer
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96 Black

NZ's Favourite Social Networking Page
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John Key
The Hobbit
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Best Online Forum
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Best Site for Small Business
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Best Trading Site
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Best Sports & Recreation Site
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Best ISP
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Best Lifestyle site
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Best Shopping Site
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Best Online Fundraising Initiative
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Best Mobile Network


Best PC Manufacturer
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Best Site for Students
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Best New Launch, Relaunch or Innovation
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Best Site for Families
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Best Government Site
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Best Site for Travellers
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Best Homepage
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