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L&G wins internet marketing award

Legal & General have won a top award for internet marketing beating companies such as British Airways, Tesco and IBM to the top spot.


The award from Revolution magazine is given to the company that makes best use of overall use of the internet in its marketing.


The judges for the award said: &#34L&G sought not only to put customers in control of their relationship with the company, but did so with innovative products and services designed to make maximum use of the interactivity and special characteristics of new media.&#34

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