If you’re allergic to online voting, you better skip this post… Because that’s exactly what this is all about. Me asking you to vote. We’re nominated for the vtwonen Meet the Blogger Awards 2016! Yeah.
Chapter Fifty made it to the long list in the category Beginners (bloggers who started in past two years) and voting to enter the shortlist can be done until the 19th of September.
This is the fifth edition of the annual vtwonen Meet the Blogger Awards and the Meet the Blogger Audience Awards for European interior-, design- and/or lifestyle bloggers.
What is ‘Meet The Blogger’?
Meet the Blogger® is an international community for online influencers, bloggers and brands. It all started with a simple idea in 2011: ‘let’s meet the online world offline’. Sometimes it is more fun to meet each other in real life and therefore MTB organises inspiring workshops, classes, social events and conferences across Europe & Asia. This event already travelled from London to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Barcelona and Amsterdam.
So, we’re one of the nominees in 2016!
A professional jury led by vtwonen editor-in-chief Carlein Kieboom will judge the long list for the vtwonen Meet the Blogger award. End of September they will announce a shortlist with 3 bloggers for each category: beginner and advanced. Fingers crossed. Love the fact that being over fifty is not too old to be a beginner, by the way. Ha!
But there is more. For the first time there is also a Meet the Blogger Audience Award. This one will be assigned by fellow bloggers & blog readers. Yes, you. So thank you so much for giving us your vote. This can be done until the 19th of September. The blogs with the most votes will make it to the Audience Award shortlist: 3 advanced blogs and 3 beginning blogs.
The winners of the 2016 Meet the Blogger Awards will be revealed at the Meet the Blogger Amsterdam Conference on October 1 2016. But that’s a step too soon for now. Let’s make it to the shortlist first! Thanks so much for voting ànd sharing this post. In Portuguese they would say obrigadinha, which means as much as ‘a very sweet little thank you’.