First Annual DNN Website Awards

by Tech Mainstream Staff


September 26, 2018


First Annual DNN Website Awards


A call for entries for the first annual DNN Website Awards for the "best designed and developed DNN websites in the world." Open to businesses, organizations and individuals who have made DNN desktop and mobile websites. Entries must be "original, built with the DotNetNuke platform and the entrant either owns the submission or has permission from a client or other appropriate party to enter the work."

Eligible websites will be publicly accessible and inappropriate or to be of a discriminatory or offensive nature will be automatically disqualified. Entries will be posted on a DNN Awards Facebook Page where your peers and the general public will ultimately determine the winners.

There will be one winner from the following categories: B2B, B2C, Ecommerce, Gov/Non-Profit, Self Promotion and the Service Industry. A trophy will be distributed to the top winners in each category. Fill out the official DNN Website Awards entry form by October 31st, 2018. Voting for submissions will end on November 23rd. Winners will be announced on the DNN Awards Facebook Page and on www.dnnawards.com.

 

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