New media magazine Revolution Asia has given awards to 11 companies for their use of digital marketing. The magazine, in partnership with Lycos, made 13 awards for categories including best online advertising campaign, online brand building, consumer marketing, corporate site and media site. 'Basically, it is to recognise achievements on the client's side of the Internet industry,' said Rachel Oliver, editor of Revolution Asia. 'In comparison with other awards, the Revolution Awards are more marketing-oriented.' Winners were those with the most successful and effective consumer marketing, online advertising and campaigns. 'For example, Standard Chartered is the winner of the best corporate site because it is very plan-oriented,' she said. There were more than 200 entries, most from Hong Kong and Singapore. The awards have been running in Britain for five years, but this is the first time they have been held in Asia. The magazine hopes the Revolution Asia Awards will become an annual event. The judging panel consisted of 12 industry experts from throughout the region. HSBC won the award for best e-commerce site. 'We got feedback from customers that satisfaction is very high,' said Richard Kimber, HSBC head of personal e-banking for Asia-Pacific. The site was launched in August last year and more than 70,000 people log on to the site daily. SCMP.com, the Internet version of the South China Morning Post, was recognised as the top media site. Other winners included - Best online advertising campaign: San Miguel Brewery HK, with Sammy Born to be Wild, by Ogilvy Interactive. Best integrated campaign: Singapore Airlines, with its Chicago launch, by AOL Time Warner/CIA/Web Guru. Best online brand-building: DBS eight, by Ion Global Singapore. Best integration of new technology: Heineken China, for Heineken SuperClub SMS marketing campaign, by Groove Street China. Best online business: eliquid8.com, by IDT Consulting. Best B2B Site: GlobalSources.com. Best corporate site: Standard Chartered. Best mobile site: Heineken Japan, for Heineken channel, by Flying Color. Best consumer marketing: Wrigley Company (HK), for Extra auction, by Beyond Interactive. Revolution award: Heineken Japan and Flying Color. Marketer of the year: Heineken (China and Japan), with Groove St/Flying Color.