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Know A Blogger Making A Difference? Nominations Open For 2012 Bloganthropy Award

It’s hard to believe that in 2011, the beloved and now, sadly, gone Susan Niebur won the second annual Bloganthropy Award. There was not a dry eye in the house when she accepted her award.

It was much the same in 2010 when Katherine Stone (a beloved friend of mine, and a member of the Babble family) won for her hard work with Post Partum Progress  — the very first Bloganthropy Award.

This year, the award is back, this time at BlogHer 2012. I’m also honored to say that I’ve been added as a member of the board for 2012.

Bloganthropy was born out of the generous hearts of college friends Debbie Bookstabber and Candace Lindemann of the site Mamanista.

Do you know someone that’s changing the world with a blog? NOMINATE THEM NOW.

Here’s what you need to know.

The Bloganthropy Award aims to recognize bloggers who have made a difference by using social media to effectively promote a good cause.

Finalists will be featured on Bloganthropy.org. The winner will be announced at the Bloganthropy Awards event held during BlogHer12. Bloganthropy founders Debbie Bookstaber and Candace Lindemann, along with the Bloganthropy Advisory Board will consider all qualified candidates and select the winner. Nominations are open until 5pm PST on July 20th. Finalists will be notified by July 24th and are responsible for all travel and conference costs to attend BlogHer.

 

One of the best elements of blogging is the way it has provided a platform for people to raise their voices in support of a cause, or just reach out to help people in similar circumstances. Bloganthropy recognizes this and seeks to reward these hard-working bloggers.

Nominate someone you know today!

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