Ladies and Gentlemen,
Welcome to the third quarter of The BREW International Blog Awards! The Chrysalis BREW Project hosts The BREW International Blog Awards every quarter with the aim of recognizing the wonderful blogs out there in our blog verse. Amazingly, the quarterly winner’s journey continues throughout the year. The title holder for every quarter is further nominated to get the opportunity to be awarded the prestigious Blog of the Year title.
Building a successful blog takes sheer determination and countless hours of effort. Creating a blog is akin to building the home of our dreams. It takes grit, patience, and optimism. It is not as simple as some people think. The Chrysalis BREW Project hopes to recognize your hard work and make sure that your blog stands out in the multitude.
As computers are becoming more and more commonplace in today’s times, the internet has opened myriad doors for the billions of people inhabiting the world. Standing in 2022, many of us would find it quite impossible to fathom the trials some had to undergo to launch blogs and websites back in the 1990s or even the 2000s. In the not-so-distant past, only a few people were fortunate enough to successfully launch their dream blogs. Justin Hall was one such person. In 1994, he came up with the simple but indigenous idea of maintaining an inventory of all the HTML examples that he came across from various online links on a website called links.net. This prompted the New York Times Magazine to hail him as the “founding father of personal bloggers.” John Barger coined the term ‘blog’ when he named his website ‘The Robert Wisdom Weblog’ back in 1997. It was only in 1999 that the word ‘blog’ became commonplace when Peter Merholz added a witty tagline on his own weblog. He wrote, “I’ve decided to pronounce the word “weblog” as wee’blog. Or “blog” for short.”
In its early stages, blogs were nothing but a collection of online links to guide users across the wide unknown of the world wide web. Bloggers often added commentaries about these links. Gradually, like every other thing, blogging evolved. Blogs became akin to an online diary or journal. It became a platform where people could give voice to their thoughts and opinions. From writers to fan groups to business owners, blogs provide a great avenue for all. It is an amazing medium to put oneself out there and reach millions. Even today, the art of blogging is still evolving.
With technology at our fingertips, people nowadays can do just about anything with enough determination and a click of the mouse. Consequently, there are billions of blogs and websites all over the internet. In a manner of speaking, the presence of a large number of blogs has made it paramount for us to make sure that our blog catches our audience’s eyes even when in a throng. The need to reach the masses is key to a blog’s success.
After all, who would not like to be the readers’ favorite? Who would not like to be recognized? So, what should you do to make sure that your blog has an edge?
Worry not. The Chrysalis BREW Project is ready with the ideal option. With an international presence and a diverse make up, the Australia-based website promises a wide reach for your blog. Being nominated and winning the title of the acclaimed, BREW International Blog Awards, will ensure that your blog is one step ahead of the others. The Chrysalis BREW Project endeavors to make sure that your blog receives the recognition it deserves. Every nominee, whether it wins or not, is sure to get a plethora of amazing perks. Along with a digital logo, they will get a permanent 10% discount on all products and services from Store with a Heart (www.storewithaheart.com). Finalists and runner-ups would receive the copyright to use the specific award title for the quarter on their blog and promotional materials. They would also have their own personalized digital logo with their blog name and the award category title won. Along with an announcement on the BREW website, podcast, and other channels, a consolidated press release would be floated to hundreds of media avenues. In addition to all this, the blog category winner would be automatically nominated for the Blog of the Year award at no cost at all. The Chrysalis BREW Project also has the BREW Community’s Pick Award. BREW readers get the opportunity to vote for the blog of their choice.
The winner from among all the winners of the different blog categories is hailed to be the Blog of the Year. They are entitled to be the recipient of a winner’s digital certificate, copyright to use the award title on their blog and promotional materials for the year, and a personalized digital logo with their blog name and the recognized Blog of the Year title. Along with a consolidated PR and an individual PR, the award would be announced on the BREW website, podcast, and other channels. Worth a couple or even tens of thousands is the cover feature of the Blog of the Year winner in The World’s Best Magazine. Plus, for the 2022 Blog of the Year winner, there’s also an option either to get the awardee’s plaque or, instead, to receive 100 Australian dollars cash via Paypal. All other perks are non-transferrable or non-convertible, but there are heaps to celebrate about anyway.
Being a part of the race to win The BREW International Blog Awards not only gives you and your blog an opportunity to increase your reach and viability but also gives you the rare chance to give back to society. The Chrysalis BREW Project’s partner, Store with a Heart, has made it its goal to dedicate a portion of the nomination fees paid to help feed the hungry via Pledge as well as to turn every order into fully carbon-neutral products and services.
So, what are you waiting for? Make haste and nominate your blog as soon as possible? If someone else has already nominated your blog, then visit the website and confirm your nomination, if you have not done so yet.
Now, you may be wondering what you can gain if you are not a blogger. Well, The Chrysalis BREW Project has something for you as well. Nominate your favorite blog and get the chance of winning exciting rewards.
There is one thing that I can assure you. Being a part of The BREW International Blog Awards is sure to open new avenues of success for both bloggers and readers. So, here is me wishing you all the very best!
- About the BREW International Blog Awards
- Nominating your favorite blog to the awards
- Completing your own blog’s nomination
- List of award winners
- Optional extras for award winners
- Create a Directory listing for your own blog
- BREW book awards
- Terms of Service
- Editorial Guidelines
- Disclaimer and Disclosure
- Contact Form
One thought on “The BREW International Blog Awards: Blog Your Way to Success”
I love this idea of giving out awards for bloggers Kajori. Really neat. Always a good deal to give blogs the love these sites deserve. Back when I began blogging in 2008 there was no awards or anything like that. Blogging was still in its infancy compared to now. Awesome to see how this niche has evolved over the decades. Onward and upward, fellow bloggers.
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