Awards such as the Open Web Awards are a great way for members of a community to show support for the free services they find valuable, and giving something back to the people who run them.
The Open Web Awards are now open for nominations until the 6th December, and this stage of the proceeding is quite open plan.
The current 28 blogging partners (increasing daily) have been provided with a list of categories to accept nominations for, and it is down to each blog to decide how to proceed with collecting nominations, whether to make individual posts for each category, or to handle things from a single post.
I have written my first article over at our new “Team Blog” Collective Thoughts, and decided on a provocative title to start that will lead into a series of posts on various topics relating to social media marketing goals and performance metrics.
Whilst the blogosphere has been ranting or raving about Amazon’s new Kindle Ebook reader, I have been sleeping on the idea.
Sure it is easy to earn yourself a quick $40 or whatever by promoting it, by dropping text links all over the place such as this one:-
Kindle: Amazon’s New Wireless Reading Device