Best Windows Website Contest 2009


Our friends from the Windows Club have launched a new competition called 'Best Windows Website Contest 2009'. The contest just started and it is open to submissions. If you run a website, including a blog or a forum, which primarily focuses on Microsoft Windows, you are invited to participate in this contest. The first 50 sites which are submitted will receive a 1-year license for a-squared Anti-Malware. If you are interested to participate, submit your entries here.

Contest Purpose: discover and recognize some of the best Windows bloggers and website owners. If you run a website, including a blog or a forum, which primarily focuses on Microsoft Windows, then you are encouraged to participate in this contest.

Judges: The 10 best websites will be selected from the submissions by a panel of 10 judges, comprising the following:

and, representing the Windows Club:

  • Corrine Chorney - MVP, Security Garden and The Windows Club Moderator
  • James Fisher - MVP, Windows Talk and The Windows Club Moderator
  • Anand Khanse - MVP, and The Windows Club Administrator

Following the selection of 10 sites from among the entrants, those sites will be submitted for a community vote. The top 5 vote recipients will be judged again, de nova, by the panel of judges and the winner and the 2 runners-up declared. While selecting the final 3, the votes received by the top 5 will not be a considering factor.

The submissions will be judged on content, quality, originality, continuity, presentation and overall impression. The website can be in any language, but it must have a language translator widget. The over-riding consideration will be: Does the website have substantial original quality content of interest to Windows Vista & Windows 7 users?



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