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Section 101, a website platform for music, arts and entertainment industries, is pleased to announce company Founder and CEO Liz Leahy has been asked to be one of the judges of the Web Marketing Association’s 2014 WebAwards for the second year in a row.

Each site is assigned to three or more expert judges for evaluation.  The Award Judges are informed of the mission statement and prospective audience for the site, but are not told who submitted the entry or to which category it is entered.  They then visit the site, starting with the URL provided on the entry form, and assume the role of a target user.  After reviewing the site, they enter their scores and record their observations and comments before moving on to the next site. The deadline for entry is May 30, 2014.

The Web Marketing Association was founded in 1997 to help set a high standard for Internet marketing and development of the best websites on the World Wide Web. Staffed by volunteers, this organization is made up of Internet marketing, online advertising, PR, and top web site design professionals who share an interest in improving the quality of online advertising, internet marketing, and website promotion. Liz’s familiarity and success within the entertainment space has solidified her as a thought leader in digital marketing and branding. The WebAwards focus on an entire Web site, with emphasis on the creativity and functionality of the user’s complete interactive experience. 


Section 101 delivers a dynamic web-based platform that presents simple and effective solutions for musicians, authors, Film/TV/Theatre artists and info/entertainment brands to manage and maximize their online presence. Section 101 enables clients to create beautiful, personalized websites that are easy to use and maintain, while providing many flexible designs, effective social media and fan engagement tools, valuable commerce and analytic reporting and much more.

Section 101 offers a premier service for clients who prefer Section 101 to supply creative input – from design and development through to the successful launch of their website - as well as Do-It-Yourself model, providing all the tools and functionality required for clients to create their own unique website on a budget.

Leading entertainment entities such as Pentatonix, Duran Duran, Aimee Mann, BUSH, Joe Jackson, Tracy Lawrence, Rachael Yamagata, actor Vincent Spano, political analyst and author Jami Floyd, Broadway show My Mother Has Four Noses, B-W-R PR, Caroline, Radio Woodstock, the Rube Goldberg Estate and many others rely on Section 101 technology to power their digital presence.

Technology expert Jim Hoffman and Digital Branding/Marketing expert Liz Leahy founded Section 101 in 2009.

To learn more about the entertainment brands using Section 101 technology, please visit the Section 101 website: HERE

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