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Black Weblog Awards 2011: Vote for Thenublack

Black Weblog Awards 2011: Vote for Thenublack
It’s that time again – The Black Weblog Awards 2011 is back for another year. What started out as a barely-known event in 2005 has now grown into an international showcase. With participants from over 90 countries, the Black Weblog Awards stands out as one of the most widespread Internet award events for Black bloggers.

Thenublack lost out to Catch A Vibe last year (which is actually one of my favourite blogs), but I personally think since it’s launch and its revamp in October of last year that thenublack has gone from strength to strength and is now seen by up coming creatives as the platform for their work to be displayed which is pretty cool.
Thenublack would be most honored if you would cast your votes for this year’s Black Weblog Awards their way 🙂
Nominations – April 18 – May 7, 2011

Voting – May 16 – June 17, 2011

Voting instructions:

Visit the link below

Type the following URL:

http://www.iamthenublack.com

into the following categories:

‘Best Culture Blog’
‘Best International Blog’
Please only use a legit e-mail address as you’ll need to verify your vote once cast.
…..that’s it!

Not sure what was promised as a celebratory prize last year but we got the Schloer on LOCK…trust meh, lol.

 

About the Black Weblog Awards

The Black Weblog Awards was founded in 2005 to give recognition to Black bloggers (and those of the African diaspora) which were largely overlooked by other Internet award events online. What started out as a barely-known event has now grown into an international showcase. With participants from over 90 countries, the Black Weblog Awards stands out as one of the most widespread Internet award events for Black bloggers.

To date, the Black Weblog Awards has recognized nearly 180 blogs in over 30 categories. The Awards has also been featured in several mainstream and online media outlets, including NPR, CNN, and others. Winners of the Black Weblog Awards have also went on to appear in other media outlets, like MSNBC, the Huffington Post, BET, and many others.