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The People’s Choice NetGuide Web Awards 2010

30 Apr 10

Here we are again! It's time to announce the details of New Zealand's most respected web awards – the People's Choice NetGuide Web Awards 2010.

Once again, you get to have your say and decide just who is doing it best online in NZ. It’s your chance to reward excellence and innovation in New Zealand’s online sites and services.

Last year was our most successful ever, with over 134,000 votes counted in 24 categories, and we are expecting even bigger things this year.

We’ve even added a new category – Best Family Site – to this year's awards, so get voting!

Who's the best ISP? Who's running the best blog? What's New Zealand's best search engine? To have your say simply click on the Web Awards link to the left and get voting.

Voting closes Friday the 30th of July and the results will be announced in a ceremony on August 19th at the Westin Hotel, Auckland.

Alternatively, why not be there in person? You can purchase tickets from here or www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Also, if you want to encourage people to vote for your site click the Web Awards link on the left and you’ll find all the information there on how to add an easy click-through voting link to your web page.

Here’s your chance to support the Kiwi websites you love and have your say, so get going!

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