MuniNet Guide introduced its first collection of “Top Picks” websites back in 1997 to recognize municipal-related websites that stand out among the crowd.
Our Top Picks feature has taken on different formats and frequencies through the years, from focusing on sites within one category, to highlighting an eclectic group of sites that we found particulary useful or innovative.
What is a Top Pick? For starters, a Top Pick website provides top quality content and exudes professionalism. It blends surface with substance, and contains a wide range of depth and breadth of materials. Often, a Top Pick takes an innovative approach to conveying information or encouraging dialogue. And sometimes, it’s simply a site that earns acclaim for being a “can’t-live-without-it” level resource.
Over the years, we have focused on websites that stand out within their respective categories. Most recently, we have highlighted websites that do a great job of providing municipal investor relations information. We have also recognized websites hosted by public policy organizations, or think tanks. To view these articles, click on the links below:
- Select Cities Lead the Pack in Providing Investor Relations Information
- Investor Relations for State Municipal Bond Issuers
- 2010 Mid-Term Election Guide (favorite sites for election coverage)
- Top Picks for Public Policy/Think Tank Websites
Stay tuned …. more Top Picks on the horizon!
Nominate Your Favorite Websites for Top Picks
If you would like to nominate a site for us to consider as a Top Pick, please contact Mardee Alvaro with the name of the site, its URL, and a line or two about why you think it merits Top Picks status.
We welcome your input – it’s how we’ve discovered some of our favorite websites!