Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The Philippine Blog Award

The Philippine Blog Awards aims to recognize notable FIlipino-owned blogs in their respective niches. With topics ranging from the arts, culture, technology and politics, Filipinos have become more abreast because of the fast growing blogging industry here and abroad. The Philippine Blog Awards is a venue to showcase notable blogs with quality content that engages readers from around the globe.

Nominations are now open! Feel free to submit as much blogs as you want—if you think they deserve a chance to be called one of the Philippines’ finest blogs.

Nomination period will run from 14 February 2007, and ends on 28 February 2007.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can I submit my blog if it belongs to a blog network?
If your blog’s domain is owned by the network, then you may not join. This is because you are considered a contractor of the blog even if you have full ownership and direction for content. Personal blogs that were acquired by a network are still eligible to join.

2. How many blog entries can I submit?
You can submit any number of entries as long as these blogs fit the three criteria mentioned above.

3. What is the criteria for judging the awards?
Content - 40%
Design - 10%
Appeal and Context - 15%
Consistency - 15%
Mileage - 20%

4. Who are the panelists?
There will be several notable judges in the Philippine blogosphere as well as in the realm of technology, design, literature and politics. There will also be a public voting for some award categories.

5. How do I qualify for the Special Awards?
You must fill up and submit the form we created for the Special Awards. Remember, nominating a blog for the Special Awards does not automatically qualify that entry for the main Awards Categories. You must fill up and submit the corresponding main Awards Categories form and the Special Awards entry form to qualify for both.

So, What are waiting for guys, nominate your favorite blog now and maybe, just maybe you can put this blog in one the nomination slots.

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