TheGoodWebGuide Website of the Year

Website of the Year Awards 2016


The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards continue to put innovation and online excellence at the top of the agenda. Since their inception in 2009, the Awards have been supported by celebrity entrepreneurs and tech experts including Sarah Beeny, Jamie Murray-Wells, Julie Meyer, Alison Cork and Kate Russell. This year's judging panel is similarly impressive.

Entries are now being accepted up until midnight 25th September 2016. The cost to enter one category is 75 exc VAT. The GWG tweets about entries as they come in and each week, shine the spotlight on one entrant with a quickfire interview.
How To Enter

How To Enter

What we need to know in order to process your entry.
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Award Categories

Award Categories

Covering a wide range of lifestyle interests.
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The Prizes

The Prizes

The winning site will take home prizes worth over 7000.
Headline Sponsor

Headline Sponsor

We're proud to have the support of the missiontm, marketing communications and advertising group.
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Category Sponsors

Category Sponsors

The Awards wouldn't be the same without our sponsors... find out more.
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Excellence in Customer Service

Excellence in Customer Service

The category sponsored by FEEFO.
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The Judges

The Judges

An impressive line up of industry experts will assist The GWG in the search for winning sites.
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FAQs

FAQs

Got a query about entering The GWG Awards? It may be covered in this article.
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Shining The Spotlight

Shining The Spotlight

Every week, one entrant gets the chance to feature in this interview series.
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The T&Cs

The T&Cs

The small print governing this year's Awards.
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People's Choice

People's Choice

Throwing the net wide open, any website or app can enter this new stand-alone category.
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Judging Criteria

Judging Criteria

Does your site engage the visitor from the outset? This is what we are looking for.
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MBJ

MBJ

We find out about the London based firm specialising in digital products.
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refund.me

refund.me

Eve Buchner talks about the user-friendly tool that turns flight delays into cash worldwide.
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Trouva

Trouva

Alex Loizou talks about curating products from independent boutiques, as found on Trouva.
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