Vote Vagablogging for the 2007 Travvies Best Group-Written Travel Blog

With your help, we can make Vagablogging the 2007 Travvies winner for Best Group-Written Travel Blog.

Hosted by Upgrade: Travel Better, the Travvies aim to boost the profile of the travel blogosphere, so far left out of major Web media contests like the Webby Awards. It seems to be working: the Travvies are only a few weeks old and already they’ve been mentioned by the likes of Condé Nast Traveler.

Vagablogging was nominated in four of the Travvies’ six categories (Best Travel Blog, Best Single-Author Blog [by National Geographic Traveler’s chief researcher, no less], Best Informative/Practical Travel Blog, and Best Group-Written Blog). As you might have guessed, we’re a finalist in the Best Group-Written Travel Blog.

Voting is now open to the public, and wraps up on February 28 at 6:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. So, please surf over to the polls and vote Vagablogging for Best Group-Written Travel Blog. And be sure to check out the other Travvies nominees, too; they’re all great travel resources.

Posted by | Comments (1)  | February 23, 2007
Category: Notes from the collective travel mind

One Response to “Vote Vagablogging for the 2007 Travvies Best Group-Written Travel Blog”

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