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Countdown begins for the ESET NetGuide Web Awards...

28 Jan 14

New Zealand has spoken, so get voting in the 2013 ESET NetGuide Web Awards, supporting the Kiwi websites you love.

Our annual awards are in full swing. Votes are coming in thick and fast, there is still time to vote, until 10th February.

This year the award ceremony will be held on 20th of February at the Hilton Hotel, staring at 6:30pm and will be hosted by Urzila Carlson.

Now in its 15th ceremony, the NetGuide Web Awards involves 27 categories in which you can vote for New Zealand’s best website.

The 27 categories range from Best Social Networking Page to Best PC Manufacturer, catering for all and covering a wide spectrum of Kiwi talent online.

Tickets are on sale now. Priced at $40 each. If you buy 5, the 6th one is free. To secure your seat, book now.

Vote now by clicking here… Voting closes on 10th Feb.

To find out more about Eset, visit their website.

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