Websites that help us find the most valuable resources, provides lists of links (ranked and unranked, limited to certain numbers or not), select sites periodically (sites of the day, week, month, year) and/or gives awards, and write reviews. This category lists sites that cover these areas. IMPORTANT NOTE: This is *not* a place to submit an entry for your site because you think it's the best, nor is this a place to dump your web design and/or development site entry. This is for sites that deal with the SUBJECT of "The Best of the Web."
Please do not submit affiliate farms or a "fake" sets of site reviews that you created just to get in this category. It wont work.
This category features web sites, newsletters, blogs, and lists that provide human-edited reviews of the best web sites. An example would be Yahoo's Picks of the Week.
This category is only for sites offering reviews of what they feel are the best web sites. Sites offering general reviews of both good, bad, and neutral sites would not be listed here.
Focus is on the best websites on the Internet. Compilations of links not limited to a certain number. If selectivity is questionable the site may not be suitable for listing in this category. May have one or more topics.
Focus is on the best websites on the Internet. Compilations of links not limited to a certain number. If selectivity is questionable the site may not be suitable for listing in this category. Sites that represent affiliate advertising only will not be listed. May have one or more topics.
Welcome to the mutual back-slapping society of the Web. There's a dizzying variety of awards here; content awards, graphics awards, awards for service to specific interest groups, awards for awards--even one that gives awards only to awards with "cool" in their names. Even our editors have gotten into the act with their ability to "cool" directory sites. Each award has many sides to it. Users simply want to know if award site's winners list will have links worth visiting (surfers, please also visit related categories listed here). Webmasters want to know if an award is something to be proud of, if it's achievable for them, and if it will bring them more visitors. Award site owners want to increase their own status, traffic, and traffic to their sponsors, if any. Webmasters have many ways of approaching the submission process. There are automated services and software for the faint of heart and short of time, but the best way is to examine the awards (and a sampling of their winners) in detail, see if they meet your needs, and prepare a submission specifically for each award you desire. Don't chicken out on submitting for very selective awards; you can learn a lot by checklisting your site against their requirements, and you will also improve your submission skills. You will likely find that certain guides to awards are essential to making your time count. Whether you're a user or a webmaster, happy hunting!
Please submit under Computers: Internet: On the Web: Best of the Web: Site Awards: Rated Awards if your program displays an award rating from one of the internationally acknowledged services.
Focus is on the best websites on the Internet. Compilations of ranked links limited to a certain number: 10, 50, 100, 500, etc. If selectivity is questionable or sites are unranked or if there is no indication how rankings are achieved, the site may not be suitable for listing in this category.
Focus is on the best websites on the Internet. Compilations of ranked links limited to a certain number: 10, 50, 100, 500, etc. If selectivity is questionable or sites are unranked or if there is no indication how rankings are achieved, the site may not be suitable for listing in this category.