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Big Brands Take Top Honors at 2013 Content Marketing Awards

content marketing awardsDisney, Allstate Insurance, American Airlines, ExactTarget, Google, Scholastic, Inc., and University of Phoenix are just a few of the brands to receive honors from the 2013 Content Marketing Awards — the largest awards program in North America that recognizes those who create content for organizations.

With more than 800 entries submitted, there was certainly an abundance of brilliant work from around the globe to choose from. Most prominent among the winning entries were the Gold Award recipients in the “All Star” categories (so named because these efforts are the most essential in the content marketing industry). 

We’re thrilled to announce the following winners for 2013:

Best Overall Print Magazine

Project: Christophorus Magazine

Company: Dr. Ing. H.c. F. Porsche AG

Agency: KircherBurkhardt GmbH


Best Overall Digital Magazine

Project: Digital Content Program

Company: Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

Agency: Pace

four seasons

Best Overall Website

Project: Google Think Insights

Company: Google

Agency: Huge

google think

Best Overall Corporate Blog

Project: Cvent’s Event Planning Blog

Company: Cvent

event planning-cvent

Best Social Media Content Program

Project: Veterans United Network

Company:  Veterans United Home Loans

veterans united

Content Marketing Project of the Year (employee-focused)

Project: Perspectives from the C-Suite

Company: Optum

Content Marketing Project of the Year (customer/prospect-focused)

Project: Das Auto Magazine (Crossmedia)

Company: Volkswagen AG

Agency: KircherBurkhardt GmbH

Das Auto

The current list of 2013 award winners can be viewed here.

The Content Marketing Awards for Program of the Year, Agency of the Year, and Content Marketer of the Year, will be announced at Content Marketing World 2013, the largest content marketing event in the U.S. This year’s conference is taking place on Sept. 9–12, 2013, in Cleveland, Ohio, and is still open for registration.

Entries were judged by an esteemed panel of leading content marketing industry influencers and experts, who selected winners across more than 100 categories that covered every aspect of content marketing. The Awards recognize excellence in critical content marketing elements, including editorial, design, and production and management of digital, print, video, audio-visual, text, and social media-based content efforts.

Launched in 2004 as the Magnum Opus Awards, The Content Marketing Awards have been conducted jointly by the Content Marketing Institute and McMURRY/TMG since 2011.