By Jason McKeown
Here at Width of a Post, we are proud as punch to have been shortlisted in two categories for The Football Blogging Awards. Width of a Post has made the six-strong website finalist lists for Best Club Blog and Best Established Football Blog.
We’d like to express a huge, huge thank you to everyone who has voted for us. The Football Blogging Awards shortlists are based entirely on public votes, and it really does mean a lot that people have taken the time to put us forward.
Having made the top six in both categories, we’d obviously like to claim one of the awards. So with voting re-opening to pick the winner, we would be hugely grateful if you could vote for us again in either or both categories.
Details of how to vote for Width of a Post as Best Club Blog appears here and Best Established Football Blog appears here. Alternatively you can register your email address; where you will then be sent a verification email which will take you to a voting form.
The Twitter option is also available, simply copy and paste either or both of the following as a Tweet:
I am voting in @TheFBAs for @thewidthofapost as the Best Football #Established Blog
I am voting in @TheFBAs for @thewidthofapost as the Best Football #Club Blog
Any help you can provide us is hugely appreciated. Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping us get this far.
It’s great news that Tom and Dom’s Bantams Banter and Joe Cockburn’s Standing in the Crowd have also been shortlisted in their respective categories. To vote from them click on the links below:
Alternatively, copy and past the following as a Tweet:
I am voting in @TheFBAs for @bantamsbanter as the Best Football #Podcast
I am voting in @TheFBAs for @satinthecrowd as the Best Football #New Blog