The Circulation Of Awards On WordPress

WordPress is made up of a community of wonderful bloggers. Someone is always nominating someone for some kind of blogging award; which is nice.

Have you ever wondered how many blogging awards there are? There are probably more of them out there than I could ever imagine; I wouldn’t even attempt to count them all.

I am happy to see that people are showing appreciation for their favourite blogs by nominating them with certain types of awards.

Maybe, that might stir some encouragement for some of the new bloggers out there.

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6 responses to “The Circulation Of Awards On WordPress

  1. I have been nominated for about six awards in the last two months. I have to find the time to deal with them.

    For new bloggers these awards are an encouragement, but for the successful blogs they can start to be a burden due to the requirements to qualify for them.

  2. I like the idea of these awards for getting bloggers together and joining them in a community of like-minded writers.

  3. It is indeed an honor to receive the awards. Just look at how much very good work is overlooked because of bitter envy. Here you are recognized. Harmony is just present everywhere. I have received many as well. I simply combined the response for it. If you have 4, then place all four in the same respose blog. Fulfill all the requirements in the same blog. Tell about yourself and so on and so on. List all names for all the requirements in the same blog as well. This may help. Smile, someone and others think what you are doing is fantastic!

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