Think you're winning the Internet this year? Here's your chance to prove it.

Hailed by The New York Times as "the Internet's highest honor," The Webby Awards recognizes outstanding digital work across all platforms: Websites, Online Film & Video, Interactive Advertising & Media, Social, and Mobile & Apps.

Looking to make your startup a household name? Last year's winners received over 2.2 billion media impressions across broadcast, print, online, and social. Winning a Webby can do incredible things for a young company, putting it in the same league as last year�s winners who included Soundcloud, Google, Songza, Tumblr, Waze, and Eventbrite.

If you're proud of your digital work, submit it to be judged by the prestigious International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, whose members include David Karp, founder of Tumblr; Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of AOL Huffington Post Media Group; Richard Branson; David Bowie;Rachel Haot, chief digital officer for the City of New York; Kevin Spacey; and "Burning Love" producers Ken Marino and Erica Oyama.

Last year, more than 11,000 entrants competed to win a Webby. But think of all the great work that couldn't win because it didn't get submitted. Because Webby categories represent the entirety of the Web, there is the perfect place for your work in the competition. In fact, as the Internet evolves, so do The Webbys, and this year they have added a number of new categories, to ensure that there is a place for your innovative work including Online Film & Video: First Person, Mobile & Apps: City & Urban Innovation, and Social: Fashion & Beauty.

You�ve worked hard this year. Make sure your team gets the recognition it deserves or submit the side project you're most proud of. Enter the 18th Annual Webby Awards before the Final Entry Deadline on December 20th.