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About Our Award Program

The WWW Association, and more particularly its various Award Programs, were designed to formally recognize and acknowledge the hard work and dedication that each applicant has put into constructing their websites using their own brand of style, creativity and content.  It is to these sites that we owe our thanks as they are the primary reason that our Award Program is growing so rapidly and gathering so much critical acclaim in the world of the Internet. The WWW Awards was also created for those Webmasters and Designers who obviously spend a lot of time building and creating their sites, not just to benefit themselves, but to also make a positive contribution to the World Wide Web Community.  " Bringing The World Closer To Us." 

As one of Worlds peak internet bodies, the Awards of World Wide Web Award Program are amongst the most prestigious available - and hence, amongst some of the more difficult to win on the web. The World Wide Web Awards has devised a rating system of Gold, Silver, and Bronze - with these different rankings enabling us the widest possible area in which to reward skill, effort and enthusiasm and assist in gaining credibility for your website.

The Gold Award itself represents the pinnacle of website design in the United States and to win this Award is truly an honor. Accordingly only a smaller proportion of our applicants will eventually secure this coveted prize as we only reward those webmasters who have excelled in all fields of our criteria.  Our goal is to provide Webmasters and Designers with the finest resources, tools, tutorials, tips and advice for building quality web sites. 

If you should win one of our awards, we will send you a user name and password under a personalized email so that you may pick up your Award Graphic you have won and proudly display it on your winning website.  However unlike some Internet Awards, the WWW Award Program does not simply hand them out to every applicant.

A Gold, Silver or Bronze Award from the WWW Awards must be EARNED and all criteria must be met.

   2004  The World Wide Web Awards are in association with, The American Association Of Webmasters

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