Posted November 5, 2008 4:12 pm by with 13 comments

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Who do you think is the most influential and cutting-edge company in social media? Well, instead of simply telling your friends, you can tell the whole world by nominating them for the 2nd Annual Open Web Awards.

After last year’s success, Mashable is once again organizing the Open Web Awards–this time you can make a nomination in any of 26 categories. And, once again, Marketing Pilgrim is delighted to be a blog partner for the awards.

If you believe your company should be nominated–or you’re just a fan of a company that you believe deserves recognition–you can nominate them using the widget below.

Nominations close Sunday, November 16th at 11:59 pm PST. Nominate now and start campaigning! And feel free to embed this widget on your own blog or website by clicking the “Grab This” button!

  • Thats gr8! I’d definitely want to nominate some of the sites that I came across recently.

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  • Not just a vested interest; I think has potential.

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  • Great contest, I still thinking to nominate my company. I hope we won 😀

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  • Does anyone know who won last year?

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  • Here I will rather sit back and await the results….heheheheh

  • I doubt any success with this!

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  • cat

    Very interesting I’d like to participate but I don’t have what to nominate yet

  • What? I did not win? Ah what a shame. Better luck next yer 😀

  • PS3

    Congratluations Andy and the team for getting the blog partnership again, great work.

  • Web 2.0 is a broad umbrella concept covering a great number of areas ranging from web site design and software architecture to new business models. It combines a wide range of technological and social trends which form the new Internet and a new class of web applications. Technologies themselves are not what Web 2.0 is about. Revolutionary new ideas are at the bottom of Web 2.0. It embraces quite a number of social phenomena like social networking, user-generated content and collective intelligence. And technologies which become popular in the Web 2.0 era are merely the means to make it easy for everyone to participate, share and create. Therefore blogs, social bookmarking and networking sites are some of the most popular online destinations nowadays. Since 2004, when the term “Web 2.0” was used for the first time, it has transformed from an IT buzzword into a mainstream trend which affects both individuals and enterprises. Developing software, as well as doing business, in the Web 2.0 era demands from us to adjust to the realities of the new Web.

  • Greate post. I especially found it interesting…