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The 2007 Bloggie Awards Are Here! Help Ecorazzi Get Nominated!

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The 2007 Bloggie Awards are here once again and this year, we’d like to think we might have a shot at being nominated. It’s a dream to be sure; since the competition in web blogging is about as fierce as a cat fight with Paris Hilton, but we figured why not try to sneak in anyways? So, please help! We would be honored to be nominated in the Best New Weblog, Best-Kept Secret Weblog or Best Entertainment Weblog. As always, there are some specific rules to follow in order to submit a valid entry. Only one nomination form and one finalist voting form may be submitted per person. E-mail addresses are required to vote, and you must use your own address and confirm the validation e-mail. If you attempt to submit a second ballot, your first one will be replaced. Also, please be sure to nominate at least two other blogs in other categories — otherwise, the entry won’t count. As a suggestion, our big brother blog, green magazine GroovyGreen, would love a nomination in the category of Best Group Weblog, along with Best Topical Weblog, or even Weblog of the Year!

The deadline for nominations in next Wednesday January 10th — so please help us out as soon as you can! Jump on over and vote for the Bloggies now!

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