Judging and voting begins for 2010-2011 Primelocation Property Blog Awards

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- Over 100 nominations for 40 property blogs have been received - Prizes awarded by judging panel and pulbic vote across four categories

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Public voting is now open on all the nominations for the Primelocation Users’ Favourite Blogger

The 2010-11 Primelocation Property Blog Awards have opened for voting to celebrate the best property blog writing during 2010. This follows two weeks of public nominations for Best Blog, Best Blog Post and Best Newcomer. The competition’s judging panel is now deliberating on the winners, to be announced on February 8st.

But in the meantime, public voting is now open on all the nominations for the Primelocation Users’ Favourite Blogger which last year attracted over 5,000 votes; Manchester-based blogger Renter Girl won with 35% of the ballot.

Our property blog awards are designed to recognise and encourage good blogging about property, homes, interiors, new homes and selling, letting and buying homes and are open to anyone writing in English in the UK or overseas. Last year the judges’ awards went to A Little Drop of Cognac for Best Blog (agent Graham Downie in France); the secret agent’s diary for Best Blog Post – an anonymous record of the daily twists and turns of an estate agent – and The House Historian, aka Melanie Backe-Hansen, for Best Newcomer.

This time around over 40 blogs have been entered for the four categories, twice the number of last year’s awards – and a clear indication of the increase in blogging about property.

“A burgeoning number and range of people now blog about property including estate agents, homeowner and renters, property enthusiasts, journalists and websites and this has been reflected in the nominations so far this year,” says Nigel Lewis, Head of Content at Primelocation.com.

To vote, go to the Primelocation’s property blog page and use the voting form at http://www.primelocation.com/property-blog-awards/

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