Nominations now open for NEPA BlogCon’s Blog of the Year Awards; new categories added
From a press release:
NEPA BlogCon has announced that nominations for the 2016 Blog of the Year Awards are now open. From now until next Thursday, Sept. 15, bloggers can nominate their favorite blogs, vlogs, and podcasts to be awarded with the coveted Blog of the Year title for their chosen category.
This year, NEPA BlogCon is excited to be partnering with NEPA Scene again to host the awards and has added two new categories to meet the needs of our growing digital media community. For 2016, in addition to blogs from the Northeastern Pennsylvania region, you’ll also be able to nominate Video Blog of the Year and Podcast of the Year recipients. Nominees should be bloggers based in the greater NEPA area or have roots in our region.
Submit your nominations using the embedded form below for Blog of the Year in the following categories:
- Best Sports Blog
- Best Tech Blog
- Best Life Blog
- Best Food/Beverage Blog
- Best Hobby/Activity Blog
- Best Travel Blog
- Best Fitness/Health/Wellness Blog
- Best Beauty/Fashion Blog
- Best News/Political Blog
- Best Arts/Music/Entertainment Blog
- Best Business Blog
- Best Vlog
- Best Podcast
Having trouble seeing the embed? You can also cast your vote here.
Nominations will close on Sept. 15, and voting for the top blogs in each category will begin on Monday, Sept. 19 and run through Friday, Sept. 30. Winners will be officially announced and presented with an awards certificate (and badge for their blog) at this year’s NEPA BlogCon, which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 15 at Penn State Worthington Scranton (120 Ridgeview Dr., Dunmore).
NEPA BlogCon is designed to bring together bloggers of all experience levels, as well as those interested in marketing, social media, creativity, leadership, technology, and branding. Professional communicators, small business owners, nonprofit organizations, and students alike are welcome to attend.
Tickets to the event are $15 and all proceeds go to fund Squirrel Girls Tech Camp, a girl’s STEM education camp for girls in grades 4-6 in our area.