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As activity has certainly boosted over the last few months, we'll be running out WOTM competition again, so without further ado...

Nominations for WDF members Website of the Month for June 20133 are now open

Full Rules can be read here > http://wdf.co/2c

Closing date for receiving your website is midnight: Monday 10th June 2013.

Once the short-list has been created members will then be able to vote on the websites from June 11th - June 18th 2013.

To enter, please send me a PM by clicking here (Not replying to this thread)

With the Subject: WOTM: June 2013

Please include the following details:

Website URL:
Website Title
Comments: (If you need to add anything extra)


If you have any questions please refer to the rules or ask a question within our WOTM discussion forum.

And that's it!

Good luck!

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