By Jason McKeown
It is that time again, valued reader, where we ask for your help and support – and vote for us in the annual Football Blogging Awards.
The voting for 2014’s awards began on Friday, and closes on 10 October. Last year, Width of a Post was shortlisted in both the Best Established Blog and Best Club Blog categories – and we were incredibly proud to be voted the winner of Best Established Blog. With the 2013 awards 100% decided by public votes, it was a humbling experience.
We would love to at least be shortlisted again this time; so, if you enjoy what we do, please can we ask you to take the time to vote for us?
To vote for us on Twitter…
If you have a Twitter account, copy and paste one or both of the following into a Tweet and post it:
Alternatively, click on the following links to vote instantly via Twitter:
To vote for us via the FBA website or Facebook…
Vote for Our Katie!
As Width of a Post editor, I am always very proud to showcase the work of other writers – and, over the last 18 months, I have received a particularly huge amount of positive reader feedback about Katie Whyatt.
Katie has her own excellent blog – Bantams Blogger – but we are very fortunate that the bulk of her work is produced for Width of a Post. In the summer she was appointed WOAP Deputy Editor and ran the website during August, whilst I was in the States. She is only 17 and has a big, big future ahead of her.
In a change to the Football Blogging Awards rules, you can vote for Kate as an individual writer in the Best Female category. So, if you enjoy Katie’s writing for WOAP and Bantams Blogger, use the FBA website/Facebook links above to vote for her.
Twitter users, click here or alternatively copy and paste the following message into a tweet:
Thank you for reading this, and thank you for your support. Over the next few weeks we will try to keep the vote-prodding to a gentle level.