Community Blogger Award
Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their community spirit?
Please feel free to award them the Community Blogger Award.
The Community Blogger Award celebrates people who reach out and makes the blogger community a better one. I couldn’t find an existing award so I made it up myself, mainly so I could acknowledge the inaugural winner of the award.
The award has spread and I thought it might be nice to make a blogroll of all the awardees here, to create a community of community bloggers!
Update: OMG I can’t keep up! There are obviously some fabulous communities within the bigger blogging community and I congratulate you all.
Thank you for making your patch of the blogosphere better for us all.
If you leave a comment below I will add you to the blogroll.
Meg wrote: “I think community is one of the most rewarding parts about blogging. It’s the people that come back time after time to comment, adding to the conversation, making you feel like someone is listening and interested.”
Andrew wrote: “I think that the key to community is participation – a town is just a collection of houses unless the people participate in the community. The blogosphere is the same.”
Colin wrote: “It also underlines the importance of a blogs readership community, one of the most rewarding parts about blogging. It’s the people that come back to comment, adding to the conversation, making you feel like someone is listening and interested.”
Which is exactly what this award celebrates.
(If you roll your mouse over the names below you should see who nominated who.)