Here we are for week 2 of highlighting under-appreciated blogs. Comments last week have been overwhelmingly positive, and I can only hope that trend will continue.
To make things more interesting I’ve decided to institute an Award. And unlike others “Awards” that you saw going around in blogsphere recently this one will have a real prize attached. Symbolic, but prize still.
First of all – contention. Any blogs that are linked in this weekly post will be eligible for prize. If your blog is not linked in the article (since we are only doing 3 per week), you can participate by creating a post on your blog with title “The Star Blogger Award“. In that post you need to:
- Present your blog in at least 100 words
- Nominate 3 other bloggers of your choice
- Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination
- Link to this post as a source and comment link to your article
Then, every few weeks we’ll organize a poll that includes all nominees. The one with most votes will be declared the winner of The Start Blogger Award and given a prize. I plan on increasing pool prize as often as possible. If you have suggestion on what would be a good prize – let me know.
And now, to this week’s blogs I enjoy and The Star Blogger Award nominees.
The Loyal Brit Wit
I am in awe of daily schedule The Loyal Brit Wit is sustaining so far. Premise is simple: each post introduces “British English” word and builds around it. For example “loo” in England generally means “bathroom” – and sure enough, BritWit has a Loo post.
Here is the list of few posts I’ve particularly enjoyed:
All I can say – keep it up BritWit. And if you ever decide to write in detail on how you manage to keep up daily writing schedule – let me know; I’ll be ecstatic to read that one.
Project Believe In Yourself by Benjamin Ngiam
What sets Benjamin and his blog apart is how much video content he produces. That’s how we’ve met – he participated in Community Pool and reviewed other people’s blog. I’ve found idea great… aside of promoting his own OC he truly adds value by providing other people with in-depth feedback. I really hope he manages to get in rhythm and do video blog reviews every week.
With PBIY I recommend going to YouTube, specifically watching:
- WPCP Blog Review #9 Livestream (can’t wait next one Benjamin 🙂
- Inspiration Story Time #03 – Everyone has a Story in Life
- 25 Minutes Workout with You!
As I often say: interacting with community is one of the most enjoyable aspects of blogging. Being able to talk with people from all kinds of backgrounds and beliefs is powerful. Addicting even. Thus I am truly thankful for Community Pool and interaction I had there with Touched2MySoul that got me to visit her blog.
To me, reading posts Touched2MySoul is writing provides all the inspiration I need to write my own. These I would especially recommend:
- Music… I had no choice but to love it
- The job description
- In relationships we have to be accountable…
Nominate your blog and blogs you like
Same as the last week – when you have visited linked blogs, feel free to comment and share your impressions. And also, do nominate yours or worthy blog of someone you know that’s not getting enough recognition.
We will be having “The Star Blogger Award” poll in next week’s post, so be sure to comment and link your blog in order to be in contention.
Until next week!