All of us at Social Media Today are pleased to announce that we were recently awarded a 2011 SNCRCommendation of Merit in the corporate division of the Society for New Communications Research Excellence in New Communications Awards program. The prestigious awards program honors individuals and organizations that are pioneering the use of social media and Internet communications technologies (ICT). The commendation was presented to [organization name] at the 6th Annual SNCR Symposium & Awards Gala held at Harvard University's Faculty Club on November 3-4, 2011.
The commendation was for one of our newest editorially-independent, community-based, blogger sites,SustainableBusinessForum, which has been created collaboratively with Ogilvy360, and is sponsored by DuPont Sustainable Solutions.
"We are honored to recognize Social Media Today through this awards program," commented SNCR Senior Fellow Paul Gillin, chair of the SNCR Excellence Awards committee and special friend of our site.
"Social Media Today has now been working with major, FORTUNE-500 clients for over four years to create open forums for thought-leadership around topics that are important to them, and to the independent contributors on which we rely. We're delighted to receive this commendation from SNCR."
Award nominations were submitted as case studies, and reviewed by a panel of SNCR Fellows. In addition to the top award winners in each division and category, Commendations of Merit and Commendations of Excellence were presented to nearly 25 other organizations that submitted case studies in the awards program. In its sixth-year history, SNCR has honored nearly 200 organizations and individuals through this prestigious awards program and all the winning case studies will be published on http://sncr.org.
About the Society for New Communications Research
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