Special Announcement …
AWAI Web Division Selects Winner of “Name Our New Web Service” Contest

And the winner of AWAI’s “Name Our New Web Service” contest is … Wealthy Web Writer – submitted by Dave Marshall of Redondo Beach, CA.  Dave won $500 for sending in the winning submission. Congratulations!

Here’s what Managing Editor, Rebecca Matter, had to say:

“I was thoroughly impressed with the quality (and quantity!) of the submissions for the new name. It was difficult choosing a winner, but this submission hit my goal on the head: to help make AWAI members who are writing for the web wealthy! It’s a big promise, and I’m fired up to make sure this new service delivers it. Thank you to everyone who participated.

“Honorable mentions also go to Web Writer’s Weekly, Web Matters, and My Left Web Foot.”

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Published: October 2, 2008

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