The Blogger Recognition Award is one of the most awarded in the blogging industry. It encourages growth and community among bloggers, and enables newbies to gain valuable advice and exposure. Since the award is a community effort, it is always fantastic to participate and encourage others do so, but if you chose not to, that’s also quite okay.
It feels really good to be appreciated and acknowledged. The Blogger Recognition Award is an award given to bloggers by other bloggers for all their love and hard work they put into their blogs. It also motivates bloggers and helps them to connect to many new readers. The recipient must then share their blogging background and two pieces of advice for those starting to blog, and nominates other bloggers.
So a big thank you to Nella for taking the time to remember me and make my day even better!
- Write a post to show your award
- Thank the blogger who nominated you and leave a link to their blog in your post
- Give your readers a brief history about this awesome award
- Give a brief story of how and why you started blogging
- Give two pieces of advice you would give to brand new bloggers
- Select 10 other amazing bloggers you want to give this award to
- Lastly, comment on each blog letting them know you have nominated them and giving the link to the post you have created
My blogging background:
My blog is a place to share my passion for writing, photography and books! I’ve been reading for as long as I can remember and it was about time I did something for it. This started out as a last ditch effort to rekindle my love for all things that make me happy. Thankfully, it did not disappoint me.
- Don’t Do It For The Views, because trust me, you won’t get it. A blog is supposed to be a place for creative expression. A place to be yourself and meet likeminded people. If you expect to receive hundreds of views per post, then you need to put it a lot of work into it. Months, if not years. Things don’t happen over night.
- Start Small, don’t overload your schedule from the get go. Limit your features and start with the minimum. After you get a grasp of how long it takes you to make it, the response, your voice..etc. Start to slowly build up the stuff in your blog. Or else you’ll grow frustrated and just quit.
- Rebecca @ Rebecca’s Reviews
- Rachy @ RachyReviews
- Jessica @ Reading With Jessica
- Kate @ KateLovesTravelling
- Sarah @ SarahJuneBlog
- Kat @ BabyOnTheBrain
- Tabitha Dudley
- Ray @ Industry Me
I’m looking forward to your answers!!
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What did you think of this list, did you read some of them? Or do you think I missed some? Lets chat, don’t worry, I don’t bite. ^^
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