Website of the Years Awards 2012
James Fyrne sheds some light on the online arts and entertainment magazine, SoGlos.
We catch up with Yigal Ben Efraim and find out about the web's largest resource for acronyms and abbreviations.
Sadie Macleod, founder of the online magazine for health, fitness and beauty, talks about her website.
We catch up with Anna Atkins, founder of the popular recipe website.
We talk to Sarah Seccombe of the antiques portal, winner of Britain's Best Antique Shop 2012.
Sarah Wuttke, founder of the daily deals website for families, talks about her business.
We catch up with Laura Miles to talk about the lifestyle and culture site for the West Country.
We talk to Celia Middleton about the site that lets its visitors explore the world of work.
The team behind this website for buying European train tickets, gives us a quick insight into the company.
Alex Chesterman, Alexandra Chong, Gabrielle Hase, Julie Meyer and Chris Turner are on the panel.
We talk to James Davidson of the hip online lifestyle and design magazine.
Co-founder, Andrew Hunter, of Adzuna, the classified ads search engine, gives us an insight into the business.
Entering awards is an important part of a company's remit.
Websites need to engage the visitor from the outset. Does your site cut the mustard?
The GWG is proud to announce partnerships with a number of companies, who will sponsor categories.
There are twelve categories covering a wide range of consumer interests.
Bec Astley Clarke to announce the winner of the GWG Website of the Year.
We talk to Alastair White, General Manager of British Pathé, about the newsreel and documentary archive.
A snapshot of some of the feedback left by visitors to sites that have entered the GWG Website of the Year Awards.
We talk to John Evans, CEO of Incahoot, to find out more about the money saving site.