More NewsAnd The Winners Are…

And The Winners Are...

The votes are in and tallied, and our readers have spoken. The winners of the 2006 ClickZ Marketing Excellence Awards are...

Though perhaps not as seismic as last week’s astonishing U.S. election results, we here at ClickZ still feel our own Marketing Excellence Award is pretty darn important.

We don’t decide who wins, you do. Our readers nominate the candidates and determine the winners. And they know whereof they vote. They’re online advertisers and marketers, and they’re voting for the tools and technologies that enable them to get their jobs done.

All we here can do is extend our heartiest congratulations to the winners, particularly the ones who captured the grand prizes.

You named Bazaarvoice Marketing Innovation of the Year, and Goodmail’s CertifiedEmail the E-Mail Innovation of the Year.

The rest of the winners can be found here.

Congratulations to all of the winners — and many thanks, on behalf of our readers, for helping us all.

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