Top 100 Language Blogs 2009 – Nomination started

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After the great success of last year’s competition it’s time again for the Top 100 Language Blogs competition – now bigger and better than ever. We’ve added four new categories to the competition and improved ranking methods based on last year’s feedback.

We here at the bab.la language portal made by and for language lovers are trying to get everyone involved in the Top 100 Language Blog competition. The nominated blogs could be about learning a language, tips on how to learn a language, language teaching, commenting on translations or a blog by a professional translator – there are no boundaries set as long as languages are involved!

This is where we need your help: we want you to nominate your favourite blog relating to languages! In a couple of weeks, we will publish our new list of the most interesting blogs and you will then get to vote for your favourite, who knows – you may even find a NEW favourite!

The nomination phase starts today. We have included all of last year’s blogs and new suggestions we have received in the meantime. If you haven’t received a nomination email yet, post a comment below or send me an email (marc[at]bab.la). You are also welcome to nominate a friend’s blog or other blogs you find interesting.

The last day to submit your favourite blog is Monday July 6, so hurry! If you have any questions about how the competition works, check the “How and why?” article.

You will find the voting page here.

Good luck to all of you,

Marc

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