Clearwater, FL, December 11, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The Web Marketing Association’s WebAwards named the winners in its 10th annual international WebAwards competition. Among them was PostcardMania, receiving the Business to Business Marketing Standard of Excellence. The WebAwards recognizes the best websites in 96 different industries and is the standards-defining competition that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful website.
This is PostcardMania’s third award for its website development and content. The objective of www.postcardmania.com is three-fold: 1) to give viewers a wealth of marketing data in order to help them be in the driver’s seat with regards to their marketing campaigns; 2) to impress on viewers that PostcardMania is a full-service postcard direct mail marketing company and a result-driven company that has a true concern for the overall economy of the nation by 3) imparting to all visitors that they can be causative over their income and expansion by understanding marketing basics.
“Our website was designed to give our customers and prospects a wealth of marketing data to help them get the best return on investment on their direct mail marketing campaigns,” said CEO of PostcardMania, Joy Gendusa, “we win when our customers reap the benefits they want from their mailings.”
Hailed as one of the 500 fastest growing privately-held companies in the USA by Inc. Magazine, PostcardMania was founded by Joy Gendusa in 1998, her only assets a computer and a phone. Today they are on a $15 million-dollar-revenue run rate and employ over 135 people. PostcardMania was the first full-service postcard direct-mail marketing company to market to general businesses nation-wide and help them expand through the use of direct mail marketing techniques. Their services include graphic design, printing, highly-targeted mailing list acquisition and mailing services with Free marketing advice. Visit their web site at www.postcardmania.com
About the WebAwards:
Founded by the Web Marketing Association in 1997, the WebAwards is the standards-defining competition that sets industry benchmarks based on the seven criteria of a successful website. The goal of the WebAwards is to provide a forum to recognize the people and organizations responsible for developing some of the most effective websites on the Internet today. Beyond validation, entrants benefit from a website assessment by a professional judging panel, which provides specific feedback on how each site ranks against standards of excellence. For more information, visit www.webaward.org.