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Time to Vote for Your Favorite Blogs with Marketing Sherpa

Voting is open until midnight tomorrow, Friday June 23rd, for Marketing Sherpa's 2006 Reader's Choice Blog and Podcasting awards. Of the more than 1,000 blogs nominated, the WebMarketCentral blog was among the hundred or so across 11 different categories that made it onto the ballot. I'm not sure whether to be honored by this inclusion, or disturbed that Marketing Sherpa's standards have declined so low. :-)


An Apology from MarketingSherpa: Many of you who've been trying to cast your Vote for Best Blog & Podcast have been bounced off our server. Here's a new link for folks who could not get in:

We're *extending* the deadline to Monday, June 26th, at midnight ET because so many of you could not get in when you wanted to.


So go vote for your favorite blogs and podcasts! You know what my favorites are. (Just for reference purposes, the WebMarketCentral blog is listed near the bottom of the voting form, one of 30 entries in the "Blogs on general [multiple topic] marketing" category.)

One more note: I had difficulty getting the ballot to appear in Internet Explorer, but it worked like a charm in Firefox.


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