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Time to Vote!

Who will win the ClickZ Marketing Excellence Awards? It's up to you.

You’ve had 10 days to make your nominations, and we’ve posted the list of finalists. Now, it’s up to you to determine the winners of the 2006 ClickZ Marketing Excellence Awards.

We’re grateful for the thousands of you who submitted nominations. ClickZ’s editors and staff don’t make these choices, our readers do. They’re the marketers who use and rely on these tools each and every day.

The suspense is killing us! Vote — and let us know who the winners are!

The ballot will be up until 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, November 8, 2006.

Note: Generally, there are three finalists in each category. This year there are only two finalists in some categories. This was based on eligibility criteria.

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