social media case studiesWe’re now accepting nominations for our 7th annual Top 10 Social Media Blogs contest and we’re looking for the blogs you read and found most valuable in 2015.

This is the biggest contest for social media blogs and the winners will be promoted in our 430,000-reader newsletter and announced on Social Media Examiner.

How to Nominate

Please make a single nomination of your favorite social media blog by commenting below and tell us why you like the blog (only your first nomination counts).

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Nominate your favorite blog in the 7th Annual Top 10 Social Media Blogs Contest.

Be sure to include a link to the blog (comments with links automatically go into moderation for review and will be posted within one day).

To be considered, a blog must be nominated by two different people by no later than January 3, 2016.

The Judges

Our judges include Ann Handley (chief content officer for MarketingProfs, author of the book Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content and co-author of the best-selling Content Rules), Darren Rowse (founder of and author of ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income) and Neal Schaffer (founder of Maximize Social Business and author of three books including Maximize Your Social). Judges’ blogs are not eligible.

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Winners will be selected based on the quality of their content, frequency of their posts, reader involvement and their blog’s ranking (in that order).

2015 top 10 blog badge 2015The winners will be announced here and in our newsletter in February. Click here to see our 2015 Top 10 Social Media Blogs contest winners. Note that our judges will decide the final winners.

Go ahead and enter your nomination right now in the comments below and be sure to let your friends know about this contest.

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  • I nominate Marketing Uncle – Lots of free marketing and SEO templates without the hassle to download them.

  • Buffer Social always has good, insightful content:

  • Stephen’Bern’ Banham

    I’d like to nominate for her which is more geared to social media and marketing.

    She is a great inspiration and has a great way of making you read every sentence with anticipation!

  • Inês Cortez

    I nominate SharePop’s blog –

  • Rita Araújo

    I would like to nominate SharePop blog –

  • KPS Digital Marketing’s Blog 🙂

  • Peter Moran

    I nominate Unmetric’s blog as it features a good mix of useful content/actionable tips; thoughts on larger industry news; and more lighthearted “just for fun” posts.

  • I nominate Doug Karr’s Marketing Tech Blog – Doug doesn’t just know his stuff, he lives it, and that shows in the way he discusses trends, tips, and tools.

  • I personally believe that the 430,000 people on your email list is a gross exaggeration of how effective that list is. I’m sure many got suckered onto it by signing up for a giveaway. I’d be willing to be that your click-through rate is the standard 3% or so. That’s just my opinion, of course.

  • Catherine Roberts

    I would like to nominate the blog, “No Nonsense Telling It Like It Is” – Her blog content is fresh, relevant and engaging, covering both local and national issues, events and entertainment with flair and fluid storytelling from her unique perspective. It’s a must read for anyone looking for clever writing that can, at times, be sarcastically funny, poignant and insightful all at the same time. Definitely a winner in my book!

  • Katie Tovey-Grindlay

    I would like to nominate Jenn Herman Her blogs are full of useful tips that are always easy to follow and implement.

  • Richarh Aswanu
  • Kim Jev

    I’d like to nominate the GetAssist Blog –

  • nicole

    I nominate! Lots of practical tips for small businesses and clear how-to’s!

  • Brian Fairbanks

  • Mike Ellis

    I like to Nominate “The Words I Am Grateful For” . The article is about a who went through her darkest of days and the questions of why and Found hope and reasons to be grateful for small things in life

  • I would like to nominate Cliff’s blog/podcast has helped me launch my own successful podcast on iTunes. I am currently one of the top podcasts in iTunes within the Church Leadership Training category. Thanks Cliff, hope you do well here!

  • I nominate Buffer’s social blog: They always provide greatly informative, heavily researched, and very helpful social media articles. They’re always up-to-date and quick to pick up on new trends in social media marketing. They even sometimes start the trends!

  • John Hardy

    Kim Garst- is my favorite. She focuses more on FB and Twitter and she has great resources to download.

  • awarrior

    I nominate NoNoneSense-Telling-it-like-it-is from Urban Image Magazine, because images of what’s urban is the heartbeat of the country and the world.

  • K.K. Burks

    I like to nominate No – NonsenseTelling It Like It Is: This blog is honest and it covers everything from pop culture to health.

  • Laurie

    I’d like to nominate Pam Moore at Great content!

  • Andrew

    I would like to nominate – Written by John Lincoln he is CEO of Ignite Visibility, lead blogger for IV University and a digital marketing teacher at the University of California San Diego. A great blog for all of your online marketing needs.

  • Danny Conlon

    I would like to nominate the Ignite Visibility blog. I like this blog because it is 100% fluff free. All blogs posts are actually about very useful and innovative information. I also often use their blog as a resource since they post many guides and how-to’s.

  • I nominate it always has something different!

  • Nicole Lincoln

    I am a very big fan of and would like to nominate them! I read it weekly

  • Kari

    I nominated as they’re always offering a fresh perspective in the social field

  • Alan Bush

    I would like to nominate Relevant and extremely insightful social media, SEO and everything in-between.

  • Patrick

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog because it provides quick and comprehensive analysis of the latest industry news.

  • David Carleton

    These Guys Rock – I nominate the Ignite
    Visibility blog

  • Brian Warfield Current, Indepth, and prolific SEO content

  • Joe Kirby
  • The Buffer Social Blog –; Greater Greater Washington –; Modern Farmer –; and Spin Sucks – (and too many more to list).

  • I nominate because of it’s connection of social media and education.

  • Bennett Schneider-work

    I wish to nominate the blog of Ignite
    Visibility Every single one I’ve read has something I did not know but needed to know, as well as sundry clever and beneficial strategies for our marketing or site design. I read them like panning for gold nuggets.

  • dk

    I nominate the Ignite
    Visibility blog It always keeps me up to date with the latest advancements in SEO

  • Owen Fuller

    Love these guys — (and by loving them, I mean that I nominate them)

  • JoAnn Wims

    I nominate Cynthia Rogers, “No Nonsense Telling It Like It Is”, Cynthia Rogers is an excellent writer who as her blog title implies, is unfraid to speak the truth regardless of how controversial the topics are – such a refreshing rare trait of writers today.

  • Jeff Fisher

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog This is a great blog because they are always timely and informative

  • Daisy Vu

    nominate the Ignite Visibility blog for their well-constructed hub for the latest news and information about social media trends.

  • Deb Linsky Laflamme

    I nominate More in Media @
    Dorien is an innovative marketer and is passionate about Social Media. When she writes you want to read. No one works harder to teach her clients/followers than her! Go Dorien!!!

  • Believe what you will Greg but we have 1 million visitors a month and the list is grown organically

  • Donna Sandsmark

    I am proud to nominate the Ignite Visibility blog John Lincoln and his team are an amazing resource to all.

  • What’s your open rate and click-through rate?

  • Greg, how many people are on your list and what is your open rate? Of course I really don’t want to know because that is your proprietary information and it is none of my business.

  • I use MailChimp and currently have 43 subscribers. My last campaign was December 14. I had 22 opens, or 51.2%. My click-through rate was 2 clicks, or 4.7%.

    My open rate is beating the average, as is my click-through rate. The latter is horrendous, however.

    I feel many have this problem, perhaps most.

    A month or so ago I had 97 subscribers, if I remember right. I went ahead and culled many from the list as they just weren’t opening.

    See, they’d jumped on because I was giving something away for free. Sometimes it was a Google+ guide, other times it was an ESL guide. Either way, they got what they wanted and left.

    I suspect that’s the same problem you have with your annual guide.

  • Vilma Betancourt

    Donna Moritz of Socially Sorted is a visual content genius and she shares tons of excellent tips to help us improve our social media images and marketing. I believe I discovered her through Social Media Examiner, you’re the best and I am grateful for Mike, Kim and Eric communicating with us on a weekly basis.

  • RJ Kelly

    I am nominating the clever folks at Ignite Visibility. Concise. Informative. Witty. I look forward to receiving it.

  • Vilma Betancourt

    Greg I subscribe to SMExaminer on YouTube, G+, blab, their newsletter mailing list and follow them on Twitter. I share their blog posts with business women nationwide.

    I am not sure what your point is, but I gather by your comments that you are clueless about the powerhouse that Mike Stelzner and Social Media Examiner are. Together with his exceptional staff, Mike shares the latest and greatest of apps and different social media platforms.

    They are a “powerhouse” because they are respected and they guide their hundreds of thousands of followers, like myself. They possess the power to influence us to try new apps, programs, systems, etc. And we TRUST Mike, Kim, Eric, SME staff and their opinions. No amount of clicking or open rate can compare to the ginormous value that SME freely provides to their readers/followers.

    I don’t personally know Mike, his staff or guest bloggers but I can tell you that collectively they are changing the world in a positive way. They reach hundreds of thousands of people worldwide, a claim you obviously cannot make.
    But you can learn from them and grow your mailing list if you follow their lead. They deliver excellence consistently. Listen to their podcast – listen and learn. It’s free.

  • I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog

  • I just don’t see that. Most posts have low engagement. Tips are basic. Advice often doesn’t work.

    Email marketing is a great example, and we’re all to blame. We accept low numbers as business as usual. That’s a shame.

    I feel those we put on a pedestal and call experts often aren’t living up to that title.

  • KatyaLunchepreneurs

    I would love to nominate Lucy Hall – – Her blog is so diverse and so fun. It’s really her personality and her videos that make it so engaging. Also, she has lots of FREE useful material that I always downlaod.

  • Lisa

    ‘i want to nominate Lucy from because She is so incredibly committed to sharing valuable content to her readers and viewers! Her passion is contagious!

  • Lucy Hall has a fantastic blog. She is honest, real and has really helped a social media manager in training 🙂

  • Peg Fitzpatrick at has done the unbelievable this part year… she actually stepped UP her game, which was already Jordan-esque. With her Art of Social Media book and weekly articles delving into every platform, her blog rocks.

  • LOVE More In Media’s blog. Always good, relevant content for small business success.

  • Mark Besh

    I would like to nominate Jeff Bullas at Current, insightful, comprehensive.

  • This year I would like to nominate Mike Allton and his site

  • John Yeung

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog because it provides the latest news and techniques on SEO!

  • Greg – are you seriously the expert with 43 subscribers?

  • I can’t tell you how much that means to me coming for you, @mallton:disqus – thank you so much!

  • Andy Kelly

    I vote for – the best technical SEO guidance on anything from initial SEO audits to website transfers and more.

  • I nominate Target Latino’s blog. Great insights on the Hispanic market which are a growing consumer in the U.S. The blog provides great insight for companies on how to target the Hispanic market and not offend.

  • It’s my pleasure.

  • Thank you for your kind words! 😉 I appreciate you.

  • Thank you Lisa! This really does mean a lot. 😉

  • Clare! Thank you! 😉

  • Kyle Sandsmark

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog as they have always been a place for me to get real insights relative to social media. Articles you read from other places give high level tips that most social media experts know. But at Ignite Visibility they provide so much depth that I always use it as my book of truth.

  • Ali Meehan aka #askcybergran because she is a brilliant teacher, helps newbies understand social media, delivers great courses and shares informative content.

  • barbara lincoln

    I nominate
    for its great social media articles!

  • Chrystal Lenardson

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog: – it’s a consistently reliable source of new information that occurs in the social media world. The articles are comprehensive and relevant.

  • I love reading Vincent Ng over at

    Also think Rebekah Radice is killing it this year ( & Ian Anderson Grey does well too.

  • Danielle Tackoor

    I nominate Ignite Visibility – Their complete guides on different aspects of digital marketing are so great that I bookmark them for future reference.

  • Amy Lincoln

    I nominate Ignite Visibility because they always have cutting edge advice.

  • Chad

    This dude hereby nominates John Lincoln and the Ignite Visibility blog: It’s very informative and a great resource for social media insights and trends. Don’t post without it!

  • Morgan Dixon

    I would like to nominate All of Ignite’s blog posts are very helpful and full of great information. I often reference their how-to posts when I need additional information regarding social media and SEO.

  • Hey thanks Randy! Appreciate that.

  • For this crowd has some great, often more advanced info and advice.

  • Carol Pressnall Leek

    I nominate web designer, Kenn Schroder at Coaching Sites That Work – His site is chock full of insights, information, and goodness. The freebies that he hands out are so valuable and useful, and his personality shines through with his subtle humor. He also is very generous in promoting others than himself.

  • I so wanted to say that too @PegFitzpatrick:disqus

  • Stating the obvious I guess but seriously? People who troll comments for attention aren’t winning friends. On Greg’s post on G+ with a link to this article he said, “Maybe you want to strut your stuff by mentioning your blog in these comments.” So I guess this is him strutting himself.

  • I would love to nominate! Rebekah’s blog is filled with fun, relevant, actionable social media tips/updates! She also consistently highlights other experts and shares their success and stories. Cheers! ✨

  • I really appreciate it, Mike! Blogging is hard and having the respect of your blogging peers is amazing. 🙂

  • Rebecca

    I nominate Rebekah Radice, great content that is free. Her discussions are so informative with the latest and greatest topics and issues.

  • Maria Tselevich

    I nominate Christoph Trappe and his authentic Storytelling blog –

  • I nominate Christoph Trappe and his blog, the Authentic Storytelling Project.

  • Sandra Fancher

    I would like to nominate The Authentic Storytelling Project at Blog is
    educational, unique, and full of great advice. Christoph is willing to try
    different approaches and tactics and openly shares their successes and

  • Jenn Herman

    Thank you so much Katie! I appreciate your vote and happy to hear you enjoy the posts 🙂

  • Jenn Herman

    I nominate Mike Allton at The Social Media Hat. Mike is the blogger we all strive to be and has super human powers in his ability to create both exceptional quality and significant volume.

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thank you so much.

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thanks, Martin.

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thanks, Maria.

  • Dominick Sirianni

    It’s my pleasure to nominate Christoph Trappe of Christoph focuses on sharing positive stories without adding hype. His message is aspirational and he engages his audience across the full spectrum of social media.

  • Ann Marie O.

    I’d like to nominate — the B Squared blog! It has a great variety of content.

  • Charlie Balk

    I nominate likeable for – best blog in the biz (other than social media examiner)

  • I would still nominate Buffer blog like last year –>

    They are still producing some awesome content from their experiences which certainly help and are on the top of my list of blogs to read daily 🙂

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thank you so much. I appreciate it.

  • I nominate The Social Media Hat for providing consistent practical, tactical content and advice…

  • Expert at what? Growing a list? “Social Media marketing”? Blogging? Blog commenting?

    Greg writes about Montana and writing (you can get that basic info just by clicking through his profile). So I’d care not a jot about how many subs he has (or doesn’t), because that’s not what he wants to be known for.

    That’s the thing with this social media circle jerk, people always trying to use numbers as a level of so-called “expertise”.

    Meanwhile, elsewhere, people are just getting on with business and creating real success.

  • Thanks so much Todd! I really appreciate that.

  • Wow, thanks Jenn! That’s an amazing endorsement coming from you. Keep up the great work. 🙂

  • I would like to nominate Jenn Herman

  • @disqus_S93q6voTm3:disqus you’re entitled to your opinion, as you say, but if you’re going to criticise anyone at least do it from a position of strength. I can’t really see you have this so at least give the team at Social Media Examiner credit where credit is due 😉

  • My opinion is that Social Media Examiner, like most “expert” sites that tout their ability to give advice, have fallen far. I don’t view their advice as that helpful, that cutting-edge, or frankly, that good. I know this bothers people, but what can you do – shut up and let the travesty continue? These sites, if they do purport to be the top sites, need to do a better job.

  • Tim Bosch

    I nominate Likeable Media- This blog is great and is always up to date with unique perspectives on social media marketing.

  • I haven’t felt the need to mention my blog, Peg, and the reason for that is I don’t really care. I’m not interested in a bunch of Social Media Examiner users coming to my site, mainly because I don’t think it’d help me long term.

    If my 43 subscribers bothers you, I’m sorry. Are you going to browbeat all the other struggling bloggers that comment here as well?

  • This is such a difficult thing to do and I almost feel guilty for picking just one blog!

    There are about a dozen or so blogs that I turn to every day for information but I think if I REALLY have to nominate just one it’s got to be @mallton:disqus’s Social Media Hat. Mike doesn’t just scratch the surface of a subject, leaving you wanting more information, but really digs deep. I always feel I’ve learnt something of value:

    Thanks Mike!

  • Thanks a lot Nicky! And I know just what you mean. There are a couple dozen bloggers that I rely on, but I’m thankful to them getting nominations from others here, as they’re all deserving of recognition.

  • Jen Walker

    I nominate Jenn’s Trends!

  • You’ve missed the point, Danny. Mr. Strandberg decided to use this venue to jump and down on SME, stating, “Tips are basic. Advice often just doesn’t work.”

    He’s issued judgement on SME, one that many of us feel is unfair and unjust.

    You call it a social media circle jerk. I call it friends sticking up for friends.

    The truth, I fear, is that Mr. Strandberg simply didn’t understand all of the advice he was reading and therefore got poor results. He said that he acquired 50% of his subscribers after offering a free download guide to Google+. Ok, that’s a sound tactic that’s often written about here and elsewhere. But it lacked sound strategy. As you pointed out, Danny, this guy’s site is about Montana and writing, so why in the world offer readers a guide on Google+? OF COURSE they never opened another email.

    Look, we all like to believe that we’re experts at whatever it is we’re looking at. Just walk into any Buffalo Wild Wings on a Sunday afternoon and listen to hundreds of self-proclaimed NFL experts. But the fact is, not one of those guys would be welcome on the field because they’re NOT experts and they’re not in possession of all the facts. They haven’t spent days studying the opponent, reviewing the plays, practiced with the team, or been made aware of each and every injury. They don’t know the kicker shanked every kick from over 30 yards all week in practice, so the team has to go for it on fourth down rather than risk missing a kick.

    That’s OK when you’re at home or out with friends, but there’s a reason why sports journalists don’t waste column inches on tirades against every one of the coaches calls that didn’t work out, at least not the journalists that want to keep their jobs next season.

    If you want to call someone out publicly and make claims that they aren’t any good at their job, you had better be prepared to back that up.

  • Have you stopped to consider that, perhaps, they aren’t writing for YOU?

    The best bloggers figure out who their audience is and write for them, even if that means leaving out people who might be looking for more basic, or more advanced, information.

  • He made a valid point about subscribers. You can have as many subs as you want, and wave that in peoples’ faces. The truth of the matter is, it’s active ones that count.

    It was an opinion, but of course he’s hit with the standard “well, we have X amount blah blah blah” and then “how expert can you be when you only have so and so”.

    I’m all for friends “sticking up”, but I’m also for people having the right to make a statement about vanity metrics.

    Depending on levels of interest and expertise, tips here might be basic, or 101. To others, they may be useful or intermediate. That’s a simple fact of business.

  • Mitchell Haw

    I would like to nominate as I read it pretty much every morning along with a few other go-to blogs

  • I’d love to nominate our company blog, We cover all topics related to Employee Advocacy, from simple how-to’s, to scaling programs to your enterprise. Employee Advocacy is one of the hottest topics for the Enterprise, as we found out at the Social Tools Summit in SanFran in October. Hope to be considered, and Happy Holidays to the SocialMedia Examiner Team.

  • Omar Popat

    Hey I would like to nominate our company’s blog – our marketing team does an excellent job covering the topic of Social Media Advocacy as the space continues to grow at such a rapid pace.

  • Aman Singh

    I nominate Great content, with a lot of thought process going behind each post. I get smarter every day 🙂

  • I nominate the Likeable Media blog – full of tips, tricks, best practices and industry commentary:

  • Erik Leist

    I strongly recommend – Fantastic, useful and real content. It’s stuff you don’t see everywhere.

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thank you so much. Trying to be real and unique. 🙂

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  • Scott Germain

    I nominate PostBeyond for this blog award –

  • tbar98

    I would like to nominate Unmetric’s ( blog. It is one of my favorite industry reads.


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  • Hannah Kovacs

    I vote PostBeyond! We are very proud of our blog, lots of good stuff in there 🙂

  • I’ll state the obvious again, you’re the one that came to this post with an agenda and an attitude. Since you don’t seem to enjoy Social Media Examiner’s awesome blog is to not read it. Thousands of people learn from it every day and love it. It was a huge source of education for me when I started blogging and I’m a proud writer for SME. I wish you lots of luck with your blog and growing your list.

  • Mike Arlinsky

    Jenn’s Trends or Jenn Herman. I bought her book, enjoy her tweets on relevant social media and even have my notifications on for her so I can see her latest posts.

  • Gabbie Diassi
  • I nominate Katie Lance and her blog at

  • Thanks @vilma_betancourt:disqus – I really appreciate this (and love your other comment above as well touche!)…would you mind adding the link – not sure if it counts if I do it haha (and that’s awesome that you discovered me through Social Media Examiner – that’s a double honor for sure! – It’s one of the things I am most proud of is writing and speaking for them.

  • Gökhan Topuz

    I nominate Razor Social Ian is my favorite digital marketing master

  • Let me tell you two things I’m disappointed by.

    First, the inability of this site to come out and tell us what it’s email list is like for conversions. My God, that’d be a great blog post. Alas, Michael is too afraid to share that information. I personally believe doing so would help his business more than hurt it.

    Second, it’s a shame that you, Peg, browbeat me on my puny email list. As a writer that’s focusing on beginner-level content, you’d think you’d not do that. After all, I’m sure most people who read this site are experiencing similar results as I. Now we know that far from showing concern about that person, you’re really just focused on what will help you.

    Again, these are my opinions, as I stated clearly when I made my first comment on this post two days ago.

    We should be welcoming provocative opinions. Instead we shoot them down. Why are we so threatened, why are we so scared?

  • I know how much these awards mean as a winner last year, so it is REALLY hard to choose one blog as I love so many…. so I am going to go for a blog that hasn’t won before BUT has been on the top of my list for content for over a year now – Agorapulse’s Blog Emeric Ernoult and the Agorapulse team publish quality content about Facebook, Twitter and Instagram primarly (with posts also on Content Marketing, and the other usual suspects like Pinterest and Twitter. Their articles are step-by-step how-to posts that are written in clear, easy to understand language. Even their advanced Facebook Ads posts are user friendly. If you are reading these comments for blog posts to check out, then do yourself a favour and check out Agorapulse and I hope they make it to the finalists!

  • Vilma Betancourt

    Hey Donna! I’m sorry I initially didn’t include the link, but now I’ve added a hyperlink to your blog. Your visual content designs are amazing. I truly appreciate the time and effort you put into your blog and sharing so many great tips with us, your loyal followers. Happy Holidays – wishing you a very successful 2016!

  • TOTALLY FINE Vilma! – I am more excited to meet a reader who loves the content – that’s my favourite part of these awards.. seeing all the readers speak out for their blogs, and sometimes they are not even the people that would normally comment or maybe they are newer followers and the blogger hasn’t met them in conversation before – It’s a great reminder for all of us as bloggers to not get hooked on the social shares and remember that there are a lot of people out there reading that we may not know about!

  • Justin Peniche

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog for the great social media articles.

  • Joe Harris

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog for the great social media articles.

    – Joe Harris

  • Shane Robinson

    I nominate the Ignite Visibility blog Have had the personal privilege of working with their team who are second to none in terms of industry insight and professionalism.

  • Daniel

    I nominate ignite for their attention to detail in their social media blogs.

  • Katrina Fox

    I nominate PostBeyond for continuously posting relevant and interesting content. –

  • Bizzy Lincoln

    I nominate The ignite visibility blog because I have found the most unique takes on social media strategy online on the blog, it’s always something new and different, I love the specific strategy, especially the interactive marketing post.

  • I nominate #KatieLance — She and her team consistently rollout
    high-quality content for mental digestion and application of all things

  • Vilma Betancourt

    Greg, you’ve made assumptions without having the knowledge of how effective the SME newsletter and blog/website are to the readers. I don’t care what the open/click/share rates are for Mike and SME – my focus has always been: what’s in it for me? What am I learning? Is the content easy to follow so that I can share it with my MasterMind and circle of influence? You see, it’s not about them and their “numbers”, it’s about ME and my followers. And it’s worked beautifully for me.

    Let’s show Social Media Examiner staff some common courtesy/respect and stay on topic. This particular post is about SME giving the world an opportunity to nominate their favorite blog.

    In closing this thread on my end, I will give you some unsolicited advice. Please don’t hijack posts like this one, where we have an opportunity (in my case) to thank people we don’t know but who have had a positive impact in our lives. It is very noble of SME to take the time to ask us for our opinions – we’re in control and it’s great.

    I again nominate Donna Moritz, she’s awesome. And thank you Mike Stelzner and Social Media Examiner for allowing me the honor of nominating this incredibly talented woman. (Full disclosure: I don’t personally know and have never spoken to Donna, Mike Stelzner, Social Media Examiner staff or their very talented bloggers. I don’t have the privilege of being a part of their elite circle but I admire them from afar.)

    Happy Holidays y’all and a Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year!

  • Thanks so much!!

  • I hope you find what you’re looking for, Greg.

    Thank you to Mike and everyone at SME for working so hard to build a resource for bloggers and social media education. I do appreciate all that you do. ?

  • Thanks so much for nominating us Scott! 🙂

  • Thanks Katrina! 🙂

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thanks so much.

  • Laurie Platnik Fisher

    nominate the Ignite Visibility blog– this blog is informative and always a leader in timely information.

  • I nominate Pebble In The Still Waters –

  • Eythor Westman

    I nominate for consistent, well written and useful content.

  • Andrew Urban

    I nominate Katie Lance, #GetSocialSmart, for her energetic & smart blogs on topics ‘Social Media’. She’s at

  • Jennifer Berson

    I nominate Jenn’s Trends. Always very comprehensive, informative discussions on the latest in social media.

  • Jenn Herman

    Thank you so much for your vote! I appreciate it 🙂

  • Jenn Herman

    Thank you so much Mike!! I appreciate all your support and am so glad you get so much value from the content I share.

  • Jenn Herman

    Thank you so much Jen!! You’re the best 🙂

  • Jenn Herman

    Thank you Amanda! I always appreciate your support!

  • I nominate Katie Lance at She always has some fresh, relevant ideas and really keeps her finger on the pulse on the technologies and networks that will affect the real estate industry and beyond.

  • I nominate CinchShare:

  • Michela Faranda

    I nominate It is one of the Italian valuable social media blog: training, tips and news about social media tools

  • 39webmarketing

    Thanks a lot Michela for your mention.

  • silviustd

    I would like to nominate this blog … I mean the blog offers ways of and means for social media, which makes it all, nothing less than encyclopedic and encompassing… Entertaining that is :)…

  • I nominate Authentic Women at

  • SherylLynn

    I’d like to nominate Katie Lance She always inspires me in my real estate business to use social media to better connect with my clients. Lots of tips and tricks in her blogs.

  • Denise Devine

    Katie Lance is my favorite social media blogger!

  • Audrey DeSisto

    I would like to nominate the blog by Bill Gates for inspiring us all, being a teacher and one of the world’s top philanthropist:

  • Chris Broschek

    I nominate Katie Lance for all of the assistance and valuable info she provides the real estate industry

  • CinchShare

    Appreciate it Steph! 2016 is going to be an amazing year for social media, we’re excited to share our content with you.

  • Tammy Rose-Townsend

    I nominate Cinchshare they offer relevant up to date and on point information specifically for my niche!

  • Cynthia Naumann

    I nominate CinchShare has changed my business and my life. It not only allows me to schedule a lot of content where I don’t feel the pressure to be “on” all the time but it allows me to create original content. The online training is amazing, the tech support is fast and efficient and always spot on. Their blog posts have helped me grow my business faster than I would have been able to without reading them. The really great thing about my #CinchLove? They introduced me to you..

  • Cynthia Naumann

    I and a lot of people I know personally, thru social sites, blogs, business sites and in person click and read their emails then go to the website! Jealous much Greg! Trying to find a way to free publicity? Or just a sad pathetic human being who is trying to find free info on how you can duplicate their success

  • I nominate Scroll its pages if you are in social media or interested in Content marketing

  • Thanks, Cynthia.

  • Goran Škrbina

    I would like to nominate Healthier Mind = Happier Life . It is innovative and unique support and counselling service that gives you the opportunity to discuss your thoughts and feelings about any issue you face in every-day life that you may wish to explore and understand better.

  • Laura Twors

    Katie Lance. Katie’s blog is fun and easy to read. The blog provides an enormous amount of value and is the one place I go when I am looking for a social media “how to” or just to keep current on what is happening now. Katie’s blog should be on everyone’s must read list!

  • CinchShare

    Thanks Tammy! Your nomination means a lot to us!

  • Teilhard Gentillon

    I nominate The Simply Measured Blog for their always fun and in-depth look at the social media landscape and how it is shaping our environment:

  • Ellicia Romo

    I’d like to nominate Katie Lance

  • Nicole H

    Ditto to Katie’s nomination of Jenn Herman She’s fantastic!

  • shruti bondal

    I really liked this blog that is powered
    by TCCF for the development of Kerala. Just while I was browsing for my thesis
    on Natural gas, I came across this post
    in which they have compared natgas with other fossil fuels and that itself is
    so self explanatory. Even the blog has all the necessary details that one needs
    to understand how eco-friendly natgas is. Read it yourself to believe it!

  • Vikas

    I nominate, blog with a purpose in mind. Purpose is to create awareness amongst people about state’s development with the help of Natural Gas. Its multi-lingual and captures interesting stories from around the world on country’s development through Natural Gas.

  • I nominate
    They are the one stop destination for social media news, tips, jobs and events from all around India.

  • I nominate for their extensive coverage of social media news and reports.

  • Álvaro Veiros

    I really like this blog and i would like to nominate them. i think they are good in putting people on track of what’s happening on social media and on giving social media advice.

  • Kelsey Guetschow

    I nominate The first to position social media conversations as storytelling to most effectively communicate to an audience. Great information, posts regularly, and an example to us marketers on how to use content well!

  • Just my 2c but I’m pretty sure that these guys know how to take care of list hygiene instead of just dragging along some dead weight aka inactive emails for the sake of showing off big numbers.

  • Christoph Trappe

    Thanks so much @kelseyguetschow:disqus. I appreciate it.

  • I would like to nominate The blog provides easy-to-follow and practical tips and updates for smaller businesses for SEO, social media & content.

  • Debbie Wooldridge

    I nominate Social Studio Shop – great tips and tricks for successful small businesses and always keeping us current with the latest in social media tools!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you Megan!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much Steve!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much Andrew!

  • Katie Lance

    Sean, thank you so much – really appreciate it so much!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much Denise – that really means a lot!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much Chris!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much Laura!!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much Ellicia!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @disqus_QqRNJmuIqw:disqus!

  • Anne Jones

    Nominating because she knows her audience and provides timely, useful content. She’s engaging and professional – you never feel like you’re being sold to. I’ve followed her for many years and always aprpecaited her advice!

  • I nominate – I use it as a reference for social media image sizes for one thing and I like it that Dustin keeps his posts evergreen and always up to date.

  • Clara Freeman

    I nominate Marcie Hill’s blog @ because she shares relevant insights and blogging resources to assist bloggers at every level. Her interviews and marketing tips are great as well.

  • silvia

    It is a great blog. I follow it to be updated about social media news for Italian Market

  • flavio

    Absolutely a great blog for news on social media

  • Meaghan Halloran

    I’d like to nominate the PostBeyond blog ? We cover all things related to employee advocacy and the changing world of work. I think our team does an awesome job of being fun and informative. Check it out if you’re so inclined:

  • Holly Tiessen

    i nominate the PostBeyond Blog — — relevant, timely, actionable content.

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @disqus_d4uzXWBhP5:disqus!

  • Thank you so much for the nomination!

  • silviustd

    It’s not me… 🙂 The pleasure is mine :)…

  • Antrese Wood

    I am really enjoying Donna Moritz over at

    I love her actionable tips to create visual content and keep my readers engaged — without taking an entire week! She breaks everything down into simple, bite sized chunks. Im so grateful to have found her!

  • Maria T Vidal PA
  • Tough decision as there are so many great blogs out there. This year I’m going to nominate Buffer Social blog. I always enjoy reading their posts

  • Kara Kilmer

    I nominate It’s full of useful tips, easy to read, and as a designer I really appreciate the smart, clean graphics.

  • Michael Patterson

    I nominate Peg Fitzpatrick!

    She seems to have one of the few blogs that is really tackling networks like Pinterest and Instagram, and I love her writing style!

  • I enjoy as they provide a lot of great information on specific social media channels.

  • Thank you so much Michael! I really appreciate your support. 🙂

  • Thanks so much Antrese – really appreciate your nomination and so glad to hear you have found my tips easy to implement (that’s a huge goal for me!).

  • Lauren Friedman

    I nominate The Fried Side! Great social media tips, tricks, trends and predictions.

  • Stephanie

    I nominate because Donna is amazing! She is so passionate about helping others be successful and this blog never stops working to make our lives easier as business owners and marketers!

  • I nominate the Buffer Open Blog! – I just love the vulnerability, the openness, exposing us to their culture, and the social media guides are all solid. I just LOVE IT.

  • B0LDL0VE

    I nominate PostBeyond!

  • Alexey Mitkin

    The HR Tech Weekly blog is the meeting space for HR Tech addicts and nerds of the digital era.

    The HR Tech Weekly is more than just a blog but digital eco-system including electronic digest which aggregates the most relevant posts from Social Media within HR Tech, HR, HCM, Future of Work, Recruitment, Job Search, Talent, Leadership, Innovation, Digital and Startups. The HR Tech Weekly distributes all the disruptive updates within it’s Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ network, and by subscription to the newsletters via digest and blog. More than 2M readers reached the content managed by the HRTW in 2015.

    Find The HR Tech Weekly in Social Media:

  • Jenny Pim

    I nominate Donna Morritz from

    Her blog Socially Sorted is informative and fun. I love her conversational, friendly (+ Auzzie!) style.

    She gives awesome tips and tricks for creating images and designing marketing material and how to stand out on Social Media.

    She always lets us know about really useful products and systems to use.

    Nearly everything I create has it’s roots in what I’ve learned from Donna’s Blog.

  • Ewa Puchalska

    My nomination goes to GetResponse blog

    Why? Content quaility is very good (posted daily so it’s hard to achieve). Starting from a simple blog post through webinars, infographics or whitepapers – i’s never borring, and provides real value. Aside from GetResponse staff, articles are written by guest bloggers, and regular contributors like Pam Neely or Kerry Butters (which is also a sign of quality).

  • John Loty

    Nominating Donna Moritz’s Socially Sorted blog
    Visual content creation tips so that I can utilise the adage A picture is worth a thousand words.

  • Thank you SO much Stephanie. The part about making your life easier as a business owner makes my heart sing as I know how challenging that can be – have a fabulous 2016 (it’s arrived here in Australia!)

  • Wow Jenny – that means so much coming from you, I always tell people you have one of the coolest niches I know in your business so it’s an honour to help you out in any small way!

  • Thanks so much John – I hope you have a wonderful 2016!

  • I nominate Just like SME, they’re usually on top of everything happening in the social media marketing industry and come up with some really solid and actionable content

  • I would like to nominate our company’s blog –

  • Vitaliy Lim

    I would like to nominate our company’s blog From Employee Advocacy to Enterprise content strategy and employee engagement. Thanks and Happy New Year everyone! 🙂

  • Min Kim

    I work at postbeyond and I always enjoy the contents on the company’s blog. Powerful insights into the relevant industries :

  • Thanks very much for your recommendation, Jawad!

  • Yury Bolgov

    I nominate PostBeyond’s Blog –

  • John Alty

    I do nominate The HR Tech Weekly – – because of the great content and disruptive updates in the hot areas of mind. This highly growing blog publishes about HR Tech, Startups, Talent, Recruitment, Social Media and beyond. Linked to the digital digest and which was ranked in the Top 10 HR Tech influencers on Twitter.

  • Amie Erickson

    I nominate Donna Moritz at Socially Sorted
    Her focus on driving traffic through images is spot on.

  • Joseph Broger

    I nominate Authentic Woman because it provides a forum to uplift women through sharing insights and providing encouragement.

  • Madli Uutma

    I would like to nominate our company blog: The blog has many cool articles about management, employee advocacy and marketing.

  • Monica Miron

    I nominate Razor Social – Great blog articles with a lot of insightful content, tips and tools.

  • hengfu

    I’d like to nominate 😀 Their blog publishes timely and relevant articles. They publish various articles, but my favorites are their social media topics. Their articles are well-written and very easy to understand which is very suitable for people who are still learning like me.

  • I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –! The down-to-earth blog with lots of practitioners keeping you up-to-date not just with features but with the know-hows to use them.

  • Marie Di Benedetto

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –
    I love they have a lot of authors/experts writing for them and the articles are always very in-depth. Great insiders tips, very useful!

  • Thanks a BUNCH @donn@sociallysorted:disqus , you’ve been a great supporter all along and that means a lot to me 🙂

  • Thanks a lot @hengfu:disqus, I appreciate your taking the time to write this on a Sunday 🙂

  • You’re da man @JasonHJH:disqus !

  • Merci @mariedibenedetto:disqus, j’apprécie!

  • Ahmed Dawood

    “I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Cem Kosel

    “I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Rick

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Brandon Schaefer

    I’d like to nominate my company’s blog – – because if you don’t believe in yourself, no one else is ever going to believe in you. The information we share not only informs the reader, but it also gives them the motivation to get up and actually implement it. It’s great people read how to do something, but if they don’t take action, what’s the point. We get our readers to take action!

  • Lilach Bullock

    I would like to nominate Love how they provide so much useful and valuable content. It’s a fantastic resource for everything social and I often bookmark their articles as they’re so relevant and helpful.

  • I nominate Agorapulse, lots of great content produced consistently.

  • Greg Ferguson

    I second the nomination of the – – blog. They always provide helpful and useful information, exactly when I need it!

  • Eleonora Ballatori

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog because they rock!

  • Aung Ko Htet

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Thanks @aungkohtet:disqus, I appreciate your taking the time for this!

  • @eleonoraballatori:disqus, the truth is, you’re the one who rocks 🙂

  • Steph Malatesta

    Working on the Customer Success team at PostBeyond I’ve heard from many customers how employee advocacy is such a hot topic and focus at many conferences right now. I nominate the PostBeyond blog –!

  • Thanks @iancleary:disqus, coming from you, that means a lot! Happy new year from the beach in Brazil, back to Paris on Wednesday…

  • Thanks a lot for taking the time to do this on a Sunday @lilachbullock:disqus, that means a lot to me 🙂

  • Thanks @theonerick:disqus

  • Thanks a bunch @cemkosel:disqus

  • Thanks @disqus_q57A3juHYQ:disqus! More importantly, thanks for having been such a great supporter for such a long time!

  • Samantha Kelly

    I nominate Agora Pulse for best social media blog

  • Thibaut – Community manager

    We nominate Agorapulse’s Blog !

  • Sergio E. Ruiz Vidal

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Gabriele Giansante

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • surprisinglives

    I would like to nominate Socially Sorted by Donna Moritz. I am a loyal fan of Socially Sorted and read it faithfully because I always, without fail, learn something new, interesting and applicable from it. I also love the way Donna presents the information using the tools she is advising about while also adding a touch of personal info or humour to make an easy and enjoyable reading experience. Overall, I always recommend Socially Sorted to everyone as the top resource for any and all image and related information that is helpful for everyone no matter what their needs.

  • “I’d like to nominate Agorapulse’s blog . Lots of great content.

  • cm

    Digital Marketer Blog –

    Up to the minute real world information and well written too

  • Rebecca Wardlow
  • Mihajlo Pavlov

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Thanks @disqus_lCcagjtVPV:disqus, hugs from Brazil to Ireland 🙂

  • Merci @thibautloubere:disqus, j’espère que la poudreuse à répondu présent pendant ces vacances 🙂

  • Thanks a bunch @sergioeruizvidal:disqus, I appreciate!

  • Grazie mille @gabrielegiansante:disqus 🙂

  • @sociallysorted:disqus rocks, no doubt!

  • Thank you for your support @katyanroach:disqus

  • Thanks a ton @mihajlopavlov:disqus, best wishes from Brazil to Macedonia!

  • realsource

    I Nominate the Digital Marketers Blog — Insightful – full of tips and ahead of the curve.

  • I nominate Housewives of Frederick County. They’re not just a hyperlocal blog but a lifestyle blog, discussing topics geared toward the modern-day mom. Lots of great recipes too!

  • Marta Melgarejo

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Colm Feely

    Great practical advice and easy to follow step by step guides on how to build and improve your blog.

  • Michal Leszczynski

    I’d like to nominate – It sure has developed over the last few years!

  • Julia Rozwens

    I nominate Getresponse – I even don’t know when checking this blog became my every day activity. I can’t imagine doing my job without them.

  • Tracey Leeson

    I’m nominating the Housewives of Frederick County. This is my go to blog for finding out what events are happening in and around Frederick County each week. Not to mention all the other great tips, articles and contributors they have!

  • John

    I’d like to nominate which is one of the best social media and marketing blog that I have read in the last months.

  • Juan Manuel Silva

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • SMM Review

    Nominate The HR Tech Weekly – – one of the most highly growing blogs of 2015 and a part of the full-fledged digital ecosystem including official website and brand-name accounts in major Social Media.

  • I’d like to nominate AgoraPulse’s blog Not only they have a great tool, but the blog is also a great source of information on all things social media.

  • Susan

    I nominate Socially Sorted! Donna Moritz offers lots of value….

  • SMM Review

    Would like to nominate The HR Tech Weekly blog – – for the best niche content about HR Technologies, Recruitment, Startups and all things around.

  • HR Tech Magazine

    Nominating our colleagues The HR Tech Weekly with their newly launched blog which rocks the stage! Those about disruptive HR Technologies should follow for sure!

  • Jamie Ranston

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog – – awesome blog…

  • Thanks, Wade. Much appreciated.

  • Polka Dot Bride

    Love for blogger tips and tricks with actual useful information

  • popstar HD

    I suggest 39Marketing content marketing and social media marketing blog

  • Oh, so many blogs I could nominate! However since I can only nominate one, I really do have to recommend the Agora Pulse blog. That’s because Emeric and the team consistently publish really in-depth and high quality articles on social media.

  • Melanie Wheatley

    I nominate – kate mccibbin provides the most authentic useful information with key action points to teach anyone the fundamentals of creating a successful blog.

  • Like the articles and would like to nominate them!

  • Merci @evidences:disqus 🙂

  • Thanks @iagdotme:disqus your support means a lot!

  • Thanks @jamieranston:disqus, I deeply appreciate your support, knowing how busy you are 🙂 Hugs from Brazil!

  • I nominate Katie Lance , . Great information for an entrepreneur in any industry.

  • Thanks @AntonioCalero:disqus, I appreciate the kind note, especially that you took the time to come here and comment on a Sunday night 🙂 I’ll see you soon!

  • I nominate Secret Bloggers’ Business – – because of the openness that Kate shares from her other successful blog, Drop Dead Gorgeous Daily, and the incredible resources she provides. It’s real advice from a blogger who is active in another niche, not just selling to other marketers and bloggers.

  • andreageller

    I nominate Katie Lance’s #GetSmartSocial Her content is always current and relevant regardless of who the audience is. What makes her blog stand out is the consistency of high quality messaging from week to week.

  • Thanks @martamelgarejo:disqus 🙂

  • Thanks a lot @disqus_dnFclbRUeQ:disqus, happy Sunday 🙂

  • Mike Hind

    I am a BIG fan of Mike Stelzner. I have learned a lot by listening to the SMM podcast – it’s one of only 3 podcasts I listen to regularly.

    That said, I find the way everyone falls on Greg, like a pack of hounds, quite similar to the way cult members round on non-believers.

    Opportunity missed, as a result, for what could have been an interesting honest discussion about email marketing. Kudos to Greg for being open about the scale of his own operation. Too bad he came over a bit aggressive with his opening gambit ??

  • Linda Licause Hobkirk

    I nominate Katie Lance:
    Always a wealth of great information!

  • Mike Hind

    I nominate Mark Schaefer at

  • Thanks so much Susan – much appreciated!

  • Wow Amanda thanks so much – I always believe that one of the most rewarding parts of being a blogger (because sometimes it’s a hard slog!) is meeting readers on my blog and on social that I didn’t know I had before and hearing that they get value out of my writing. This competition is always a fun way to hear from people that read my content too! I hope you have a fabulous 2016!

  • Thanks Emeric! The feeling is mutual – glad to see you have a few nominations for Agorapulse – it was definitely the stand out for my single vote (because it’s hard to pick for sure with so many great blogs!)

  • Thanks so much Amie – it’s been nice to meet you through my blog this week. I’m so grateful to hear you find it useful!

  • I love Secret Bloggers Business – so much valuable advice and inspiration for the novice blogger to the most experienced bloggers

  • Ps I’m glad someone else gets my silly humour!

  • I nominate – Kate is a genius. I’m currently planning my social media schedule for 2016 with her Blog Yeah Planner. She’s brilliant.

  • Em

    Secret Bloggers Business has changed the way I blog for my business. Before I discovered Kate (who has a super successful blog Drop Dead Gorgeous Daily- so she KNOWS what she is talking about rather than “experts” who dont have any proven results) I had no plan, no ideas and pretty much no desire to blog. Now Im a content creating machine. Secret Bloggers Business… is the BUSINESS

  • Paula

    I love Secret Bloggers Business! Such a great resource….

  • Christopher Dilts

    I want to nominate Agorapulse’s blog – – the information Agora publishes is very timely and incrediblty helpful!

  • Sherry Hayes-Peirce

    I also nominate Michael Hyatt –

  • Sherry Hayes-Peirce

    I also nominate Steve Dotto has been great with his post on tech especially his posts on the new Blab. He shares great tips for all things tech.

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @mariatvidalpa:disqus!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @nicolebeauchamp:disqus – really appreciate the support!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @rajqsar:disqus!!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @andreageller:disqus – really appreciate the kind words and the support!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @lindalicausehobkirk:disqus!!

  • Steven Zielke

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –“. I especially like that I get a push notification on his Blog App on my iPhone every time they publish a new post.

  • sebgdu

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Charles Eckart

    I nominate Agorapulse’s blog –

  • Michelle Spriddell

    ‘i want to nominate Lucy from because she consistently gives great value in her blogs – useful information – in jargon free terms – her personality also comes through and she is approachable without being salesy which is key in social media and not all social media bloggers or businesses understand this xx thanks – Michelle x

  • Lilly Adams

    I nominate because it’s informative, fresh and creative!

  • Hope I’m not too late! Nominating Hot In Social Media for their lovely website and articles (

  • The nomination process is officially closed.

  • Laurie

    I nominate Friedman Social Media The posts are easy to read and understand, insightful, humerous at times and always timely. I value the posts remedously.

  • Thanks a lot for your kind words @christopher_dilts:disqus

  • Danke Shön @steven_zielke:disqus 🙂

  • Merci @sebgdu:disqus 🙂

  • Thanks a TON @disqus_OnA0DPHKoV:disqus!

  • Thank you very much @charleseckart:disqus, much appreciated 🙂 I hope all is well with you and wish you a happy new year!

  • i’d like to nominate :

  • Anne Rossley

    I love Katie Lance’s Get Social Smart blog – – consistently useful info presented concisely… it’s my “go-to” social media blog!

  • Thanks for the nomination! 🙂

  • That’s very appreciated, Rebecca. Thank you!

  • Thanks! I’ll make sure the team sees this. If you’re an avid reader you know it’s all about them. 🙂

  • Bobbi Pack

    I nominate – The online savings, coupon, discount & recipe destination of choice for all active and retired military personnel as well as their family members.

  • Thank you for your nomination, Reginald! All the best!

  • Thank you very much @disqus_aUEuUVKqN1:disqus

  • Thank a lot for your nomination, John!

  • Katie Lance

    Thank you so much @annerossley:disqus!!

  • I’d like to nominate Rebekah Radice, she’s one of my all-time favorite social resources…I can’t even begin to count the things I have and continue to learn from her!