A Foster City-based tech company just grabbed a prestigious trade prize.
Webopedia.com, an online dictionary for all things tech, took top honors at the 2012“WebAwards.”
The site, which is powered by QuinStreet.com, a Foster City-based online marketing firm, won plaudits from the Web Marketing Association for “creativity, design, innovation, impact, copywriting and memorability,” according to a company press release.
The website was heralded the "most useful online tech dictionary" available today.
"We are delighted to receive this acknowledgment of Webopedia.com's value to readers," Webopedia.com managing editor Vangie Beal said in a prepared statement.
"Our dedicated editors and expert freelance contributors embrace QuinStreet's commitment to providing consumers with comprehensive online resources. We strive to produce award-winning online experiences for individuals seeking to understand the computer world."
Webopedia.com’s content focuses on technology related topics including e-commerce, social media, as well and developments in computer hardware, software, operating systems.
The site’s content is directed towards consumers and businesses.
"This WebAward validates our focus on providing excellent content to our readers in the Information Technology community. We are proud of our experienced team of writers and editors who make this possible," QuinStreet Senior Vice President Olumide Soroye said in the press release.
"Our goal is to present clear and compelling explanations of technological topics so that readers can benefit from our content regardless of their IT sophistication."