The 2006 Weblog Awards - Nominations Open
Nominations for The 2006 Weblog Awards are now open. The Weblog Awards is the world's largest blog competition, with over 1 million votes cast in the last three years for nearly 1,000 blogs.
The master list of nomination posts can be found here, or you can use this entry to navigate to the nomination posts for the 46 categories.
The big change for 2006 is the addition of several new categories and the reduction in the number of finalists. Most categories will have only 10 finalists, as opposed to the 15 selected in 2005.
Best New Blog
Best Individual Blog
Best Humor Blog
Best Comic Strip
Best Online Community
Best Liberal Blog
Best Conservative Blog
Best Centrist Blog
Best Campaign Blog
Best Media Blog
Best Technology Blog
Best Sports Blog
Best Military Blog
Best Law Blog
Best Business Blog
Best LGBT Blog
Best Parenting Blog
Best Educational Blog
Best Science Blog
Best Medical/Health Issues Blog
Best Photo Blog
Best Culture Blog
Best Gossip Blog
Best Music Blog
Best Video Blog
Video Of The Year
Best Canadian Blog
Best UK Blog
Best European Blog (Non UK)
Best Asian Blog
Best Middle East or Africa Blog
Best Australia or New Zealand Blog
Best Latino, Caribbean, or South American Blog
Best of the Top 250 Blogs
Best of the Top 251 - 500 Blogs
Best of the Top 501 - 1000 Blogs
Best of the Top 1001 - 1750 Blogs
Best of the Top 1751 - 2500 Blogs
Best of the Top 2501 - 3500 Blogs
Best of the Top 3501 - 5000 Blogs
Best of the Top 5001 - 6750 Blogs
Best of the Top 6751 - 8750 Blogs
Best of the Rest of the Blogs (8751+)
Nominations close November 24, 2006. Voting will begin the first week of December.
[Note: Best Group Blog, Best Blog Design, and Best Religious Blog awards have been discontinued.]
A couple of notes:
- You can nominate yourself; don't be shy.
- The number of nominations a blog receives is irrelevant. One nomination is enough...
- In some cases the list of finalists may contain sites not publically nominated.
- This contest is about fun - find some new blogs to read by following the links.