VPNReviewz Announces First Annual VPNReviewz Providers Awards

In a post on their website, Michael Maxstead, CEO of VPNReviewz, announced that the website would be starting an annual provider awards presentation.

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) January 22, 2014

In a post on their website, the Senior Editor and CEO of VPNReviewz proclaimed that the site would be starting an annual provider awards presentation to reward their providers that go a little further to satisfy their customers. In the post entitled, “Announcing The First Annual VPNReviewz Provider Awards" he said, “Here at VPNReviewz, we do our level best to make sure that the providers we list are nothing short of grade A. But there are the good, great, and the truly great…and that’s what this post is about, the truly great.”

He then goes on to explain that the awards would be rolling out in the next few weeks, and that the awards would be given to the providers who have performed the best over the last 12 months in the category that they have been nominated for. The post then goes on to list the seven categories of awards VPNReviewz will be handing out, and gives a short summary of the criteria that the editors will have to use to judge the nominees of each category.

The seven categories for the VPNReviewz awards are: Best Deal VPN, Best Overall Premium VPN, Most Bang For The Buck VPN, Best N.American Based Provider, Best European Provider, Best Asian Based Provider, and Best Priced VPN. And in an interview the CEO said, “We started out with just a few (7) categories to leave room for additional categories that our readers suggest.” The CEO hopes to incite reader input to “keep the categories of the awards understandable to the reader,” he said. “We could give out the awards in technical categories but we want to keep the posts as readable to our visitors as possible.”

Maxstead ended his interview with, “We know that the awards are insufficient, thanks to our providers for an entire year of hard work, but we hope that this little incentive will help our readers know which of our providers hold, (and achieve,) a higher standard than the rest.”


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