Top Corporate Blog Awards
We need your help. Over 7,500 of you signed up for the business blogging webinar we did last month. Your questions and enthusiasm on the topic were awesome. So let’s keep it going.
Blogging for your business is one of the first steps many businesses take in social media. And yet, most businesses see little to no return on their business blog.
We will continue to add to our educational resources on blogging. But today, we are looking for some good examples.
What business blogs are doing a good job? Which ones get you to give them your email address? Which ones do you go back to time and again? Or subscribe to? Which ones delight you and why?
You: You nominate your favorite business blog (One nomination each!).
To nominate a blog, please include the blog,
company and link in a comment on this
blog post before April 22 at 5pm EST.
Us: Every blog that gets 2 votes will get officially nominated. Each nomination will be judged on:
1. Calls to action
2. Content quality/consistency
3. Community size/engagement.
Four judges will be the final decision makers and decide our Top Ten Business Blogs of 2011.
Definition: A “business blog” will be defined as any blog with more than one author, that represents one company that sells a product or service.
Conflicts: Blogs that have been worked on by any of the judges can be nominated but those judges cannot comment or vote on those specific blogs.
We have teamed up with four industry thought leaders on blogging, marketing and business.
- Paula Berg (@paulaberg) of Linhart PR, formerly of Southwest Airlines
- Josh Hallett (@hyku) of Voce Communications, a Porter Novelli company
- Kipp Bodnar (@kbodnar32) of HubSpot
- Tom Martin (@tommartin) of Converse Digital