And the winner is…


Saynetwork Awards 2011 announced

The Salvation Army Western Territorial Youth department has announced the winners in its first ever Saynetwork Awards, which recognize the Army’s most notable websites and online resources. Voting was open to anyone and the Youth department tabulated the responses.

Best corps website 2011—Gresham (Ore.) Corps,

Best website visual design 2011—High Point Church (British Columbia, Canada),

Best program website 2011—I’ll Fight Day,

Most interactive website 2011—Online Red Kettle,

Best youth website 2011—Metro Youth Network,

Best Salvation Army fanpage 2011—TSA WARdrobe,

Best corps fanpage 2011—Santa Rosa (Calif.) Corps,

Best divisional fanpage 2011—Salvation Army in Kansas and Western Missouri,

Best territorial fanpage 2011—The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory,

Most Facebook fanpage likes 2011—The Salvation Army USA,

Best content Twitter account 2011—Caring Magazine,

Must follow Twitter account 2011—Commissioner James Knaggs,

Most retweeted Twitter account 2011—Commissioner James Knaggs,

Best blog 2011—Salvation Army Expect Change,

Best viral video 2011—General Linda Bond,

Best Flickr account 2011—The Salvation Army,

Site most likely to spur you to action 2011—Army Barmy,

Best use of photography/art 2011—Coeur d’Alene Kroc Center,

Best online discipleship resource 2011—Salvation Army Australia,

Best multi-platform SA presence 2011—TSA WARdrobe,

Most creative website 2011—Follow the Black Cat,

Best resource site 2011—TSA Ministry Toolkit,


For more youth-related news, visit the Youth department’s website,

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