It’s official.The Tenth Anniversary GWG Awards 2019 are now open for entries!

A new search for Website of the Year has begun and this year looks bigger than ever before. We were delighted to launch the Awards at The Allbright, Rathbone Place, a members' club for smart-thinking women, on Wednesday 15th May.


Over the last ten years, these Awards have celebrated outstanding websites and apps, those that impress users from the very first scroll and click. The Awards welcomes applications from websites, established and fledgling.

Lydia Mansi (GWG), Becky Gunning (Bricks & Stitches), Caroline Barton (Not Such A Model Mum)


The Good Web Guide is delighted to be working alongside themission, headline sponsor once again. James Clifton, Group Chief Executive of themission said: “I’m very pleased that, for the fifth consecutive year, themission is the headline sponsor of The Good Web Guide Awards. Celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, the 2019 awards look set to be the best ever, with eighteen categories, a top-calibre judging panel and an enticing prize pool. themission is proud of its long-standing association with The Good Web Guide Awards which recognise and celebrate the very best of everything digital.”


Who will win Website of the Year 2019? themission Good Web Guide Awards have a track record of backing winners, companies that have gone on to dominate their niches both in the UK and abroad. Brands that have previously won the judges’ seal of approval include Great British Chefs, Touchnote, Sheerluxe, House & Garden, Biscuiteers, Bloom & Wild, Trusted Housesitters, Nutmeg and Foxtons.


The Good Web Guide prides itself in recruiting the best judges to review websites and this year, it boasts quite the stellar line up. Acclaimed editors, renowned entrepreneurs and digital experts have volunteered to join the judging panel. Judging this year’s entries will be, among others: Rosie Nixon, Editor-in-Chief of HELLO! Magazine; Kinvara Balfour, director, writer and producer; Dan Ziv, CPO of TouchNote; Not Such A Model Mum, bloggers; Tori Cadogan, Education Editor for Tatler magazine. Readers will vote for the (always very popular) People’s Choice Award. The awards are given out solely on merit. There are eighteen categories so something for everything from Property, Shopping and Fashion to Charity and Best Use of Social Media, with the work of bloggers and influencers being recognised this year as well.


Sky Sports Presenter and founder of The Influence Room Alexander Payne will be hosting the Good Web Guide Awards 2019 ceremony. The winning site will win a number of prizes to boost their online presence.

If you haven't put your digital foot forward yet, enter the Awards here.

If you want to find out more about our Awards, you might like to read these:

Why enter our Awards
Why enter our Awards
Shining the spotlight

May 2019