Will you help me win another #UKBA15 award this year?

National UK Blog Awards 2015

It’s time to vote for me again!

This time last year I had tentatively entered my blog into my first blogging competition, the National UK Blog Awards. They had approached me via Twitter and had suggested I sign up to try and win an award.

This was a big adventure for me, as I didn’t think I had any chance of winning, but it was great to have a go.

And of course it was the first year of the National UK Blog Awards, so they were also finding their feet in trying to attract enough attention and blogs to make it happen.

A great success

Of course what is incredible is that I won the Digital & Technology Category award!

I really didn’t think I was in the running, as so many of the other entries were of a very high calibre, towering above my little blog and its posts about helping beginners to understand about blogging.

And the Awards themselves were a great success too, with over 900 blogs entering to try and win 28 different categories. Check out their video (I’m featured about 3 minutes in):


How can you help me?

All you need to do is to find my two entries (one for the Digital & Technology category, and the other for the PR, Marketing, Media & Communications category, of which I was one of the runner-ups) and fill in your name and email address:

PR, Marketing, Media & Communications category:

Digital & Technology category:

And that’s it! Voting ends on Wednesday 3 December 2014, and then it’s up to the judges. The winners will be announced at a posh hotel somewhere in April 2015.

I do hope you can vote for me! I know it’s time for another blog to win an award next year, but there’s no reason why I can’t give them a run for their money!

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Alice Elliott writes the award winning Fairy Blog Mother blog for beginner and post-beginner bloggers to “explain things really simply” about blogging and WordPress. She provides simple, easy to understand, highly visual courses and tutorials using ordinary, everyday words. Visit her new Beginner Bloggers blog to find her latest learning resources.
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