Nominate Your Favorite Personal Finance Blog for the Media Awards

World Media Awards

Everyone has their favorite blogs and no doubt if you’re reading this post you know of at least one blog deserving an award.  Personal finance blogs are only one of many categories of awards to be given out at the World Media Awards to be held in the PayPal building in San Francisco on October 26, 2011.

With eBay partner network as lead sponsor and backing from Viglink, Trancos, GrowMap and Pace Lattin, the event is being widely publicized.  Media sponsors include Read Write Web, Adrants, Bloggeries, Media Vision,  The Affiliate Marketing Awards, FeedBurner alternative FeedBlitz, MyBlogGuest and the Guest Blogging Network Web Traffic Control.

Anyone is welcome to nominate their favorite blogs in any of the many categories.  Entries to the Media Awards are $45. Bloggers can nominate their own blogs and can receive a free nomination by blogging about the event. See the media awards nominations page for details.

Bloggers interested in promoting the awards can earn commissions on sales, discounted tickets for friends, exposure and links on the official site and a free ticket to this and other events by becoming an Ambassador. The awards will be presented during a full day of workshops on how to use the latest technologies and techniques to maximize your publishing potential.

Early Bird Tickets to attend the event are on sale for $50 and with space for only 500 are expected to sell out. (Event founder Murray Newlands, Author of How to Make a Blog Book and Online Marketing; a User Guide, has 517 members in his San Francisco Blog Club and San Francisco is teaming with bloggers and tech companies.)

Why not buy Early Bird Tickets to save some cash
and make sure you don’t get shut out?

Use discount code MyNewChoice to save 10%
off the cost of nominations and event tickets.

Use hashtag #wmads to follow buzz about the event on Twitter.


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1 Response

  1. investor says:

    $45 is not much, I think it’s worth 🙂

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