Nominations are open until Jan. 31 for the 2019 Best Construction Blog competition.
The entry rules are simple: Your blog should be relevant for the architectural, engineering and construction community. You could operate a local service business, or be a national buildings supplier.
There is no fee to enter the competition.
After the nominations close, there is a popular voting period between Feb. 1 and March 31. “Get out the vote” campaigns are okay, but there is only one vote per person.
Popular vote is a significant but not the deciding element on which blog wins the competition, as a panel of independent judges review the blog’s quality, focus and design to determine the winner.
This ensures competitive fairness. The blog needs some popular vote to be considered by the judges, but a really well-done blog with fewer votes could still overcome one with a massive vote tally.
This is how last year’s winner, Let’s Fix Construction was selected.
All qualified entries will be listed in the Construction Blogs and Resources directory and receive a free editorial review during the voting period.
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To qualify, the blog should relate to the architectural, engineering and construction community, be published with reasonable frequency, have relevant and useful information, and not be published primarily as a ploy to trick the search engines (in other words, it isn’t a ‘splog’).
If you have any questions about the nomination process, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.